Posts Tagged ‘town hall’

Try Boundary Stone’s Very Own Whiskey

The next time you’re in Bloomingdale’s Boundary Stone, look up. Stacked on top of the backshelf are 30 cases of bourbon whiskey, or 180 bottles, made exclusively for the bar by Woodford Reserve. Each bottle is labeled “Boundary Stone Select” and is a mixture of whiskeys, handpicked by owners Matt and Gareth Croke. Because this […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Less About The Pig Edition

Operators of D.C.'s forthcoming snout-to-tail eatery The Pig insist the concept is not entirely about pork. Vegetarians might even dig it. We'll see. [Washingtonian] The guys behind Town Hall and The Dubliner open their latest eatery, Sixth Engine, tonight inside the historic Engine 6 firehouse at 438 Massachusetts Ave, NW. [Citybiz] Watch Rogue 24 guest […]

Open & Shut Cases: Hello, Fuel Pizza; So Long, Asylum

A weekly roundup of restaurant openings and closings in D.C. This week, Y&H welcomes: North Carolina-based, New York-style Fuel Pizza, which unveiled its first D.C. location at 1606 K Street NW. A second location in Chinatown is currently in the works. Also: the new Town Hall, which has relocated from its original Glover Park location […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: World Fusion Edition

BLT Steak gets the Obama bump [ABC News] Our favorite sandwich maker, Rogue 24 chef R.J. Cooper, is being released from the hospital today. Speedy healing, chef! [WaPo] Here's a blast from the past: Bennigan's is staging a comeback in D.C. and elsewhere [Market Watch] The Source's Scott Drewno is cooking at Toki Underground for […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Cuban Missile Crisis-Style Dining Edition

Restaurant Week isn't over. It just moved to Alexandria. [NBC Washington] D.C.'s new Fuel Pizza on K Street NW soft-opens on Monday with a 15-percent discount on the entire menu. [DCist] Glover Park's Town Hall has reopened just up the block in the former Blue Ridge space. [Prince of Petworth] Countdown to Valentine's Day: Nothing […]

Sonoma Guys Fork Over Blue Ridge Space To Glover Park Neighbor Town Hall

Eli Hengst, co-owner of Capitol Hill's pioneering wine bar Sonoma, informs Young & Hungry that he and partner Jared Rager have reached an agreement with Five Glovers Group, owners of Town Hall, to take over their lease and liquor license at the former Blue Ridge restaurant in Glover Park. "Jared and I believe Five Glovers—given […]

From Fire Trucks to Food

A former D.C. firehouse at 400 Massachusetts Ave. NW will be turned into a bar and restaurant run by the people behind The Dubliner and Town Hall. A press release just blasted out by e-mail from Douglas Development has some of the details, quoting Dubliner boss Gavin Coleman, one of the lead partners in the […]