Fly Lounge owner Mick Dadlani is getting ready to open his second District establishment, this one a dual-concept sports-focused gastropub and upscale casual restaurant. The two-for-one operation, which is going to be called Redline, will be opening in the old Penn Quarter Indebleu location at 707 G Street, across from the National Portrait Gallery.
The Ritz Carlton's chic Degrees Bar and Lounge has started a new happy hour with half-price food and drinks, and it's perfect for impressing a date or out-of-town guests.
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In this final installment of 'Housewives' Nightlife, we're not just going out, we're going to the White House, as Tareq and Michaele Salahi's plus-one.
Restaurateur Ashok Bajaj plans to close Ardeo and Bardeo, his side-by-side restaurant and wine bar in Cleveland Park, Nov. 1 for a million dollar face-lift that will erase the wall currently separating the two concepts. When their doors re-open Nov. 22, they will lead to a single brand, Ardeo + Bardeo.
Rob Pierangeli's debut album as Casper Bangs is an accomplished collection of indie-pop. (Shervin Lainez) When Casper Bangs debuted a year and a half ago it certainly didn't seem like a band that was just getting started. Frontman Rob...
Equinox owners Todd and Ellen Gray hope to answer their own question -- Where to go in Washington for affordable seafood? -- with a new restaurant in an emerging neighborhood: Watershed, scheduled for a late spring launch in Constitution Square at 1st and M St. NE.
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Bob Dylan comes to D.C. on Nov. 13 (Rogelio Solis/AP) There's little that can be done in this space to explain the legend of Bob Dylan that hasn't already been said. The classic albums pretty much speak for themselves....
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There's a little something for everyone this week: An artsy opening party for Rosslyn's Artisphere features a variety show, DJs, performance art and $10,000 worth of balloons, rising reggae star Gyptian visits the Crossroads, Wale shows off D.C. hip-hop artists at U Street Music Hall, veteran doo-wop acts perform at National Harbor, LMFAO pours "SHOTS!" at Eden, the German Embassy hosts a black-tie Oktoberfest party and the Kreeger Museum gets in on the after-hours arts action.
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Yesterday, Café' Creme's entire website was replaced with a note, dated September, which announced the restaurant's closing. This was a surprise to me since I had just dined there the day before (October 2), and had a perfectly nice meal in a packed house.
What are your plans tonight? The Getting Up Guide is here to help you answer that question. Here's what's happening Monday: Sasha Cooke Hear the vocal stylings of the recipient of this year's Marian Anderson Award, bestowed every other year...
This week, the grand opening of Artmosphere brings music and dance to Rosslyn, top films from Latin America screen in Columbia Heights and DJ Will Eastman visits the Writer's Center for the latest installment of Story/Stereo.