The South American-style cafe serves beef, chicken, and vegetarian empanadas, sandwiches (try the signature choripan - Argentinian style chorizo with homemade chimichurri sauce on a baguette), and hand-crafted espresso drinks.
Practice your triple axels and check out DC's largest outdoor ice skating venue, with views of the Kennedy Center, Potomac River, and Key Bridge. Afterward, you can enjoy a hot beverage from one of the rink-side restaurants.
Blues Alley has reopened after a fire in the roof of the building, and subsequent water damage, forced the Georgetown jazz club to temporarily close. This weekend's shows feature Bob James, who was discovered by Quincy Jones at the Notre Dame Jazz Festival in 1963.
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