Visit the New Milk Bar Flagship at Logan Circle

New York bakery Milk Bar recently opened its third Washington location at Logan Circle, and this one is their flagship store. What makes the nearly 2,400-square-foot Milk Bar Flagship different is its roomy café space, ability to host events and classes, and an innovation lab...

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Meet Friends for a Drink at the Next Farm Friday Happy Hour

Up Top Acres takes the conventional idea of rural farming and shapes it to fit an urban setting. The organization quite literally puts farmable acres "up top," transforming unused rooftops in DC into urban farms. The Farm at 55 M Street is one of them, a mere block from the...

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Don’t Miss the End of DC Beer Week from August 19th – 26th

The DC Brewers’ Guild presents the 10th annual DC Beer Week from August 19th to 26th. The eight-day festival celebrates the Capital region’s craft beer community with local breweries, restaurants, and bars. Enjoy craft beer tastings, educational seminars, and a variety of...

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Enjoy the Upscale Ambiance at The Eleanor DC Bowling Alley

​Located in the Ivy City neighborhood of D.C., The Eleanor is a casual bistro and lounge complete with art deco bowling lanes and nostalgic arcade games like skee ball and pin ball machines. The kitchen serves up sustainably-sourced, seasonal dishes along with a wide-range...

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Visit the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens Completely for Free

Thanks to a 1926 act of Congress that protected much of Anacostia Park's forested areas, DC residents can enjoy a visit to the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens today. Since the gardens are part of the National Park System, there's no entrance fee, either. If you visit during July...

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Don’t Miss “Naked Eyes” at Artechouse in its Final Days

Did you know that it's possible to shape and sculpt light, bending it to one's will—or rather, one's artistic ideas? Architect/musician Takami Nakamoto and illustrator Noemi Schipfer are well aware. They're the pair behind Paris-based Nonotak Studio, an artistic...

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Try the Specialty Eggs Benedict at Le Grenier’s Brunch

The steak du chef reigns as one of the most popular brunch eats at Le Grenier. The French restaurant serves up the steak every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. It's a grilled Angus beef steak dressed in shallot sauce and a mustard drizzle, plus your choice of...

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Test Your Aim at Bad Axe Throwing

The idea of skipping happy hour in order to do hard manual labor used to be a foreign one, but with the advent of ax-throwing as an American pastime, it's becoming more and more common. The art of ax-throwing originated in Canadian backyards long ago and recently came to the...

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Experience Authentic Mexican Cuisine at Mi Vida Restaurante

Mi Vida means "my life" in Spanish, and the life and love of food at the center of this modern restaurant is chef and owner Roberto Santibanez. Chef Santibanez is a Mexico City native and has been an ambassador of Mexican cuisine for over 30 years. He is acclaimed for his...

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From Coffee to Cocktails, The Wydown Has You Covered

It's easy to forget you're in the lobby of an apartment building when you step inside the chic cafe called The Wydown. Despite the fact that it shares space with a residential building, The Wydown retains an air of creativity and originality. From its gleaming white subway...

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