Posts Tagged ‘le diplomate’

Meet D.C.’s No. 1 Millennial

Millennial Week's opening night ceremony was as Millennial as it could get. There were self-deprecating references to the "me me me" generation. There was a nod to Uber, a peripheral mention of the "decentralization of authority," and, at one point, someone said on stage, "Who doesn't know Bitches Who Brunch?"
And then there were sage words from the event's [...]

Happy Millennial Week! Here’s What to Do, We Guess

Unavoidable, possibly already tired Millennial Week has finally arrived. Whether you're attending the events to learn more about this mysterious generation or you're an actual millennial (!) hoping to optimize your millennialness, there could be an event for you.
Here's the lineup of events in all their glory, courtesy of Millennial Week founder Natalie Moss. These events [...]

DC Cool Tries to Lure in Tourists With Le Diplomate and Eighteenth Street Lounge

Le Diplomate has become emblematic of the complete transformation of 14th Street NW in recent years. What was once a crime-ridden corridor now has an upscale French restaurant with a fancy patio that requires a reservation long in advance to get in. Sounds pretty cool, right?
Let's hope so. Destination DC—the nonprofit that does D.C.'s marketing [...]

The Needle: Litteratti

Trash Police: Who knew? April is litter enforcement month, which means police will be paying special attention to illegal dumping and littering from vehicles. Fines start at $50 for littering and can run up to $500 for illegal dumping. +2
Like a Bird: The rare snowy owl that visited D.C. and then got hit by a bus had [...]

The Needle: Le Diplomoney

D.C. Bourgeoisie: By its first anniversary next month, Le Diplomate will have made $16 million in sales, almost twice what the restaurant projected. +3
D.C.-list Celeb: Actor Mario Van Peebles is the latest actor to speak in favor of statehood. He's no George Clooney, or even Jeremy Piven, but we'll take it! +1

District Line Daily: Sole Collective

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Our latest issue is on stands today, and our cover story dives deep into the Lamont [...]

14th Street Plans Rat Summit

Home to Le Diplomate and oyster bars, the 14th Street corridor also plays host to rats that lurk in back alleys, snatching the leftovers from open dumpsters at your favorite restaurants.
Rodent problems aren't new to D.C., nor are they particularly unique to Logan Circle, but as the number of restaurants in the neighborhood has exploded, [...]