The Washington Print Foundation is seeking works by local artists to be part of an outdoor art exhibit in Georgetown, September 28–November 20, 2021. Selected works will be printed on banners that will compose the exhibition.
On display through September 26 at Oak Alley, the installation 'for the alley' consists of transparent-colored acrylic panels with laser-cut words that are suspended, canopy-style, across the top of the alley to form a site-specific poem.
If you don't know the surprising story behind the cafe, check out our byGeorge blog on owner Kanchan Singh, who mapped out the entire business plan on a stack of United napkins on the way home from Thailand.
Menu highlights include the new Save the Bay Fillet (a plant-based breaded fish sandwich), a spicy chicken sandwich made with crispy fried oyster mushroom stems and housemade hot sauce, and the double burger with Beyond Meat, American cheese, pickles, caramelized onion, PLNT sauce, and a potato bun.
Stop by Cady's Alley (3320 Cady's Alley NW) to check out CANOPIES, the first of three new installations transforming Georgetown's alleys during Summer GLOW - the Georgetown BID's free public light art experience that is the second in a two-part series this year.
The boat is 80 feet long and 12 feet wide, and has two electric motors - or can be pulled by mules. It's modeled after designs for historic packet boats that were used on the canal during its early years of service.
AMA AMI, a DC-based food service that makes Edomae style sushi, chirashi bowls (a freeform Japanese dish featuring favorite sushi ingredients), and turtle-shaped cream puffs, is opening a Georgetown pop-up at Grace Street Collective (3210 Grace St NW) every Wednesday through August 18 from 12:30 pm - 8 pm.
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