Posts Tagged ‘smith commons’

Smith Public Trust Opens in Brookland

Brookland is becoming a pretty hip destination to drink these days. Following the recent opening of Brookland's Finest and soon to be joined by a new bar from the owners of Meridian Pint comes a low-key restaurant and bar called Smith Public Trust from Smith Commons founder Miles Gray. The space, which previously belonged to a number of Catholic University bars […]

Smith Commons Owner to Open Restaurant in Brookland

Smith Commons is getting a "cooler younger sister" called Smith Public Trust later this year in Brookland. The latest restaurant from owner Miles Gray, located at 3514 12th St. NE, will be an all-day neighborhood eatery open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on weekdays and longer on weekends. Gray envisions it as a place where people […]

Young & Hungry’s DC Beer Week Guide: Monday

DC Beer Week officially kicked off this weekend. With more than a hundred beer-centric events to choose from across the week, we understand if you feel a little overwhelmed. Don't worry, we're helping narrow the options by suggesting the best places to drink each day. Here are our picks for Monday. Flying Dog Hunter S. […]

Where to Drink During the Craft Brewers Conference Part 2

Having the annual Craft Brewers Conference in D.C. this week means plenty of chances to rub elbows with the brewers from around the world—or at least drink their beers. Yesterday, we brought you picks for the best events each day. Today, we offer some suggestions on where to meet beer world celebrities, listen to live music, drink […]

Where to Drink During the Craft Brewers Conference This Week

The annual Craft Brewers Conference arrives in D.C. this week. More than 6,000 beer professionals from around the world are expected to attend, and many are bringing their beer with them. Gird your liver! Washington's plethora of craft beer-minded bars and restaurants have put together a whopper of a week to celebrate the first time the […]

Nice Pair: Two New Restaurants Are Bringing Chef Frederik de Pue Into the Spotlight

There’s hardly a thing inside Table that chef Frederik de Pue hasn’t touched with his own hands. Sitting on the wooden bench he designed that spans the length of the new Shaw restaurant, he describes how he conceived everything from the layout of the dining room, with its nowhere-to-hide open kitchen and fresh herbs hanging […]

Are You Gonna Eat That? Smith Commons’ Turducken

Where to Get It: Smith Commons, 1245 H St. NE; (202) 396-0038; smithcommonsdc.com Price: $19 What It Is: This meme-worthy dish is typically created by stuffing a deboned chicken into a deboned duck into a deboned turkey. Smith Commons’ version looks less like one animal swallowing another and more like they all got caught in […]

The President Ate Here: What Happens When Barack Obama Dines Out?

It was just after 1 p.m. on a recent Friday when the rumors began to circulate that a VIP guest was coming. Before long, police had blocked off a section of H Street NE, and a big white tent appeared in front of Smith Commons. Crowds swarmed around the edge of the barrier taking photos. […]

3 Stars Brewing Company Begins Production for August Launch

Last week, 3 Stars Brewing Company's Mike McGarvey and Dave Coleman began brewing beer that will soon be in bars and restaurants across the city. Having obtained its final permits earlier this month, 3 Stars is the latest in a wave of sudsy start-ups in the area, and the third production brewery to open inside the District after DC […]

What To Eat (And Drink) Tonight: Hopslam at ChurchKey, Smoked Bacon & Smoked Porter at Smith Commons

Tonight, ChurchKey taps the only cask in town of Bell's coveted Hopslam. Meanwhile,  Smith Commons is hosting a whole dinner dedicated to out-of-market beers and unusual pairings: the goat cheese ravioli with raisin puree and pop rocks matched up with Hair of the Dog Brewing Co.'s "Fred" certain sounds interesting. Ditto the braised pork belly […]

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