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General   •   May 1, 2021

All menu items are also available for pick-up, and a new online ordering system is coming by mid-May for pre-order and delivery, featuring a combination of frozen meals (think chicken pot pie) and select menu items.

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General   •   April 23, 2021

The impressive menu runs the gamut from traditional Ethiopian cuisine to dishes that have the potential to take even the most seasoned and ambitious palate by surprise.

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General   •   April 23, 2021

Join us for a special virtual program April 28 from 6 pm - 7 pm and learn more about all five GLOW light art installations.

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General   •   April 23, 2021

Owners Tony and Teresa Velazquez have owned the space on Thomas Jefferson Street since 1980, but the frosting frenzy didn’t come until later.

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General   •   April 19, 2021

Tudor Place has reopened its historic house and garden on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 4 pm. Admission is free, but registration for a specific time slot is required.

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General   •   April 8, 2021

Cocktail bar Donahue recently opened at 1338 Wisconsin Avenue NW, featuring Prohibition classes and drinks with a twist.

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General   •   April 7, 2021

All weekend long, more than 25 additional Book Hill small businesses are celebrating all things cherry blossom by offering Book Hill in Bloom specials and discounts.

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General   •   April 2, 2021

Beginning mid-April, the Georgetown BID is installing approximately 4,000 linear feet of sidewalk deck panels throughout the commercial district to create more space for everyone on Georgetown’s narrow sidewalks - encouraging social distancing, supporting outdoor dining, and creating a livelier and more inviting pedestrian experience.

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General   •   April 1, 2021

Nearly every weekend during Georgetown’s free outdoor light art experience, April 9 - June 27, select artists will be stationed at their installations from 7 pm - 9 pm to answer all of your questions.

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