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DC's Luxury Apartment Market Is Really Feeling the Effects of Covid-19

DC's Luxury Apartment Market Is Really Feeling the Effects of Covid-19

An apartment building on H Street, with its ground floor boarded up after Black Lives Matter protests in June. Photo by Marisa M. Kashino.Washingtonian is keeping you up to date on the coronavirus around DC.New data confirms what common sense probably already led you to suspect: Fewer people want to live in buildings with hundreds of other units—and which charge premiums for shared amenities like pools and gyms—during a public health crisis. Delta Associates, an authority on the local commercial real estate market, released the findings in its 2020 second quarter report, concluding: “The...

August 3, 2020
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A Huge Outdoor "Streatery" Is in the Works for Downtown DC

A Huge Outdoor "Streatery" Is in the Works for Downtown DC

The outdoor parklet at Cuba Libre. Photograph courtesy of Cuba LibreSee an example of the current plan below: The best breakfasts and brunches to try every weekend, plus our most popular food stories of the week.Join the conversation!

September 8, 2020
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Biden Makes First DC Restaurant Visit as President to Call Your Mother

Biden Makes First DC Restaurant Visit as President to Call Your Mother

Call Your Mother Deli's za'atar-spiced bagel with candied salmon cream cheese, cucumber, and shallots. Photograph by Scott SuchmanA few days into the job, and President Joe Biden has already made his first restaurant visit. After attending mass at Holy Trinity Catholic Church on Sunday, his motorcade made a bagel pitstop at Call Your Mother in Georgetown, according to pool reports. The President didn’t actually get out of the vehicle—a Secret Service agent ducked in to pick up the order. But Biden did wave to the small crowd that quickly gathered at the scene.President Biden just left in...

January 25, 2021
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Michelin Guide Releases Its 2021 DC Bib Gourmand Awards

Michelin Guide Releases Its 2021 DC Bib Gourmand Awards

Lapis serves modern Afghan fare in its airy dining room. Photo by Scott SuchmanThe Michelin Guide added six DC restaurants to its latest Bib Gourmand list, which recognizes more moderately priced destinations. The new additions include bakery/restaurant Elle, soul food staple Hitching Post, Hong Kong-inspired Queen’s English, Malaysian newcomer Makan, Karma Modern Indian, and all-day Dupont Circle spot Residents Café & Bar.Ten* restaurants were taken off this list—including Ambar, Tiger Fork, and Supra—bringing the total number of Bib Gourmands in DC down from to 40. Meanwhile, several...

April 20, 2021
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Thieves Smash Windows, Steal $2,000 in Bottles from H Street's Dio Wine Bar

Thieves Smash Windows, Steal $2,000 in Bottles from H Street's Dio Wine Bar

Windows smashed at Dio Wine Bar. Photograph via Dio Wine Bar FacebookShe the theft and vandalism as a “sucker punch” amid the economic and health crisis. Her general manager was diagnosed with Covid-19 last month but has since recovered.Though not insignificant, Khoury-Diaz says the theft was “fortunately a small dent in our inventory.” She also has a sense of humor about what was stolen.The best breakfasts and brunches to try every weekend, plus our most popular food stories of the week.Join the conversation!

April 14, 2020
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Police Nab Suspect in Capitol Hill Window Smashings and Liquor Burglaries

Police Nab Suspect in Capitol Hill Window Smashings and Liquor Burglaries

Windows smashed at Dio Wine Bar. Photograph via Dio Wine Bar FacebookThe latest in Washington’s food and drink scene.Join the conversation!

April 17, 2020
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Burglar Steals Booze and Toilet Paper From Mount Pleasant Spanish Restaurant

Burglar Steals Booze and Toilet Paper From Mount Pleasant Spanish Restaurant

Mola is the latest restaurant burglary victim. Photograph by Evy MagesWashingtonian is keeping you up to date on the coronavirus around DC.Mount Pleasant Spanish restaurant is the latest DC business to be burglarized of booze while otherwise trying to survive the coronavirus crisis. Co-owner Erin Lingle says she didn’t notice what had happened when she first arrived Thursday morning. But she soon realized bottles of liquor and wine were missing, then saw that the door had been pried open.The burglar made off with at least $1,200 worth of bottles from a range local producers, including all...

April 24, 2020
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Meet the 19-Year-Old College Student Who Flew an Airplane Over Maryland in a Flight Path That Spelled "F--- Covid 19" | Washingtonian (DC)

Meet the 19-Year-Old College Student Who Flew an Airplane Over Maryland in a Flight Path That Spelled "F--- Covid 19" | Washingtonian (DC)

Image via FlightAware.Washingtonian is keeping you up to date on the coronavirus around DC.On Tuesday around 4 PM, a Piper Cherokee took off from Harford County Airport near Churchville, Maryland. Over the next two hours, the pilot flew a complex path that took him as far west as Prettyboy Reservoir and back east as far as Perryville. When viewed end to end, , about 28 nautical miles end to end and about 191 nautical miles total, delivered a middle finger to the pandemic that continues to ravage the US and disrupt our lives: “FUCK COVID 19,” it read.The pilot was a 19-year-old Towson...

April 29, 2020
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PHOTOS: Look Inside the MLK Library's $211 Million Renovation

PHOTOS: Look Inside the MLK Library's $211 Million Renovation

Photographs by Daniella Byck.Books aren’t the only thing that will be worth checking out when the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library reopens on September 24. After three-and-a-half years of renovations—to the tune of $211 million—the crown jewel of the DC Public Library system will feature recording studios, rooftop gardens, and a kids’ slide. Before the pandemic, the library predicted up to one million visitors a year, says Richard Reyes-Gavilan, the executive director of DC Public Library.On the outside, the domineering building designed by modernist architect Ludwig Mies van der...

August 4, 2020
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