Posts Tagged ‘Southeast D.C.’

ChurchKey Crew’s Waterfront Brewery Aims For Late 2012 Opening

In his weekly beer chat with WTOP, ChurchKey suds expert Greg Engert dishes up a few details about the new "boutique brewery" and restaurant that operator Neighborhood Restaurant Group is planning for the Southeast D.C. waterfront near Nationals Park. The project has already broken ground and Engert tells WTOP, "Hopefully, that'll be coming out—hopefully, keeping […]

Lot 38 Espresso Bar Challenges Starbucks’ Supremacy at D.C.’s Navy Yard

Yung Park used to run a liquor store in Southwest D.C. Now he's serving up a more stimulating type of liquid refreshment. "People want something different than Starbucks," says Park, proprietor of the new Lot 38 Espresso Bar, which opened this week next door to the Courtyard Marriott in Southeast's Navy Yard neighborhood. Park's place, […]

Uniontown Carries On, Despite Owner’s Drug Charge, But For How Long?

Hailed as a sign of progress for Anacostia, the fried haddock sandwich and granny smith apple martini-slinging Uniontown Bar & Grill, which opened this past February, now appears to be wrangling with the same sort of problems that have long plagued that part of Southeast D.C. The Washington Post reports that the restaurant's owner, Natasha […]

Sweet Relief: Cupcakes Meet Bulletproof Glass at Olivia’s in Ward 8

In some ways, Olivia's isn't all that different from the plethora of other cupcakeries that have proliferated in D.C. in recent years. The shop is filled with the sweet aromas of cinnamon and sugar, and the color pink is prominent in the decor. But one major difference is plain to see—specifically, the thick sheet of […]