If you're familiar with the revitalization of Anacostia, the sheer volume of new construction down by the Navy Yard and the birth of Southeast's community Wharf project then it probably doesn't surprise you that in the midst of all this excitement, DC's first winery just opened it's doors.Read More
It may sound cheesy and some may even go so far as to say sacrilegious when it comes to how I feel about Cinco De Mayo, but honestly any excuse for celebration is a good excuse in my book and when it comes to mariachi's and margaritas, I am all in, all the time. Tequila is my spirit animal. And so, I felt it only appropriate to share with you some of my favorite gathering places in D.C. for a decent drink and some delicious Mexican fare. Without further adieu! If you're hankering for some cool, new places to check out and sample a margarita, or two or three, these places are sure to satisfy!Read More
Think chocolate for Valentine’s day is too overdone? Cheesy? Boring? Think again.
Small, D.C. based artisan chocolate company, Harper Macaw is anything but. Owners Colin and Sarah Hartman have built a brand around rainforest conservation, named after two endangered bird species. The Harpy Eagle and the Hyacinth Macaw are native to the region of Brazil from which Harper Macaw’s cocoa beans are sourced.Read More
Historic Georgetown is known for its old world charm complete with cobblestone streets, narrow row homes and picturesque shopping district. During the daylight hours, visitors can romp along the promenade with waterfront views of the Potomac and by night, this darling college town is transformed by it's casual, popular bar, lounge and music scene.Read More