Triple Crown Events presents Pandora each Thursday at Park and Fourteenth. Over 2000 patrons attended last week’s grand opening and it looks like this Thursday will be a repeat performance. Early arrival or reservations are recommended to make sure you get into the party, Click on the links to view the video invitation , reservations […]
Ownership of most of the hot spots in DC is consolidated by a handful of club owners. One of those is Mauricio Fraga-Rosenfeld, whose company Latin Concepts is responsible for some of the top clubs and restaurants in DC including Chi-Cha, Mate, and Gazuza. As with the other Latin Concepts venues, Guarapo offers a trendy, […]
5/23-10/3 – The National Gallery of Art is once again kicking off it’s Jazz in the Garden series today. Performances begin at 5 pm and today’s feature is Alex Martin’s Amérique Latine (Euro-Latin Jazz). The Sculpture Garden is located directly east of the National Gallery on 7th Street and Constitution Ave. For more information, please […]
5/23 – The National Museum of Crime and Punishment opens to the public tomorrow. This is the nation’s first museum exclusively dedicated to crime and punishment and opening day tickets will be half off for regular visitors and free for law enforcement personnel. For more information visit www.crimemuseum.org.
Here are my answers for the profile. Let me know if you need any other info-Catch you guys later J Five questions for Carmen Lopez, owner of Current Boutique: What do you do in DC? Own and run the fabulous Current Boutique in Clarendon, VA When did you move here? I moved here from New […]
Asia Nine is the latest endeavor by Boonrod Yotmanee and Nuthinepan Tantivejakul, the couple that runs Rice and Spice Thai Cuisine in Alexandria. As a person who spends most of their life in Penn Quarter, I was looking forward to the opening of a convenient restaurant with a selection of Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, and […]
Next Thursday (May 29) DJ 2nd Nature will be appearing at Tattoo Bar. RSVP for tables and guestlist.
Rasika is part of the new-wave of Indian fusion that seems to be emerging in major US cities. Despite having an unbelievably irritating Web site that made me want to forego eating there (before realizing this would be a ridiculous reason to not visit a restaurant) the restaurant offers some pretty unique flavors in a […]
This past weekend, Jiyan and I took to Morven Park in Leesburg, VA to take part in the festivities of The Land Rover America’s Polo Cup. It was a little bit of a departure from the urban nightlife scene we usually write about but I think we were both excited to get outside of the […]
Cafe Japone has been a favorite of mine for a while now so this review is long overdue. The venue is a bit of a hidden gem in DC – a two-story establishment it really is somewhat of the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde of sushi places in the DC area. The top floor offers […]