Washington DC Food and Drink

Mardi Gras events, treats in D.C. bound to be memorable

Blowouts, extravaganzas, women-inspired, sugary treats headline D.C. Mardi Gras There’s an abundance of Mardi Gras 2019 events in and around Washington, D.C. Here are a few that are sure to be memorable. Brookland’s Finest will feature a Mardi Gras three-course dinner with Republic Restoratives. Brookland’s Finest owner, Shannan Troncosa, is creating a women-inspired event as […]

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Washington DC Food and Drink

Gables Pointe 14 in Arlington readies spring opening

Apartment community towers over Arlington Boulevard Gables Residential is making quick progress in its construction at the site of Gables Pointe 14 Arlington, Va. The 370-apartment community that towers above Arlington Boulevard appears to be poised for a spring 2019 opening. Gables Pointe 14 is just minutes from the Rosslyn and Courthouse neighborhoods by car […]

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Washington DC Food and Drink

Apartments.com: Washington, D.C. is a loved city

Search data reveals apartment hunters’ love for cities In anticipation of the day in which lovers are asked to celebrate their affection publicly, Apartments.com released its report of the “Most Loved Cities” in America. Valentine’s Day is a day of reflection and celebration, but it’s also a day that can engender anything but love, particularly in the big cities. It’s a […]

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Eatery Pulse Media News, Swizzle Chill TV News

Swizzle Chill TV to turn one in February

Swizzle Chill TV turns one year this month. Washington, D.C.’s highly-curated web-broadcast channel for foodies and restaurateurs in the nation’s capital continues its streak with Season 2 this spring. Part of the Swizzle Chill Channel, Swizzle Chill TV will also make it possible for future restaurateurs to access accounting and business education through a low-cost […]

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