Tag Archives: Museums

Museum Cafeteria Serves Black History and a Bit of Comfort

Source: NY Times Food

Sweet Home Café’s mission is a tricky one: educate and nourish visitors to the new National Museum of African American History and Culture.

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Food trucks, breweries and bike lines: How D.C. has changed over the last eight years

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

In some ways, the past eight years in Washington have felt like a lifetime — and we’re not even talking about the goings-on around Capitol Hill. President Obama’s two terms have coincided with an exciting era of cultural developments: D.C. opened its first brewery in decades, dedicated a new memorial and debuted a Smithsonian museum. […]

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14 things to do in the D.C. area on the first weekend of October

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

Here are this weekend’s best bets in nightlife, festivals, museums, music and much more around the Washington area. New to you: 8 restaurants worth checking out A curator’s picks: Food, music and fun in D.C. Capital Weather Gang: Wet weekend, clearing Sunday Friday: This isn’t just any old garden party: Glow in the Garden is the Smithsonian at 8’s […]

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14 things to do in the D.C. area on the first weekend of October

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

Here are this weekend’s best bets in nightlife, festivals, museums, music and much more around the Washington area. Crazy idea? Dirty Habit opens Saturday New to you: 8 restaurants worth checking out A curator’s picks: Food, music and fun in D.C. Friday: This isn’t just any old garden party: Glow in the Garden is the Smithsonian at 8’s annual affair […]

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Get ready for new menus at the National Gallery cafes — and a new look to follow

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

Get ready for a taste of something new at the National Gallery of Art’s cafes. As of Oct. 1, the museum’s restaurants will be led by the Starr Catering Group, a company that runs restaurants in other East Coast museums and cultural institutions including the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, as well […]

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Washington vs. Baltimore: 13 great things to eat, see and drink in each city

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

The Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles renew their rivalry next week, facing off at Camden Yards on Monday and Tuesday before moving to Nationals Park for two more contests Wednesday and Thursday. For the first time in two years, these games actually mean something beyond bragging rights: This is Bryce Harper vs. Manny Machado. 15-win […]

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12 things to do in the D.C. area on the weekend of Aug.5-7

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

Here are this weekend’s best bets in nightlife, movies, music, museums and much more around the Washington area. A last dash of summer: What to do while it’s still warm The price is right: Inexpensive tasting menus in D.C. Capital Weather Gang forecast: Rain Saturday, otherwise sunny Through Saturday: So much “Harry Potter” in the news of […]

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11 things to do in the D.C. area on the weekend of April 29-May 1

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

It could be a wet weekend in D.C., but there’s still plenty of fun to be had, both inside and out. So here are this weekend’s best bets in nightlife, festivals, museums, music and much more around the Washington area. Capital Weather Gang forecast: Sunny Saturday, rainy otherwise It’s taco time: The $20 Diner’s favorite […]

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11 things to do in the D.C. area on the weekend of April 29-May 1

Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

It could be a wet weekend in D.C., but there’s still plenty of fun to be had, both inside and out. So here are this weekend’s best bets in nightlife, festivals, museums, music and much more around the Washington area. Capital Weather Gang forecast: Overcast, cooler and rainy It’s taco time: The $20 Diner’s favorite taquerias […]

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