Posts Tagged ‘Vendetta’

Bocce Bar Vendetta Will Become a Brewpub

In the meantime, Granville Moore's Teddy Folkman is introducing a red sauce Italian menu.

Holiday Office Parties Go Big at D.C. Restaurants

Some companies throw down as much as $100,000 on their end of year festivities.

H Street NE Bars and Restaurants Reach Out to Their Deaf Neighbors

“Are you ready to start?” the trivia announcer shouts into the microphone at H Street NE restaurant Vendetta. Silence. The place is so quiet that the bartenders don’t need to speak above a whisper, and I can hear a group across the room clink its beer glasses. Yet the place is packed for a Monday […]

Sign Language Trivia Coming to Vendetta on H Street NE

When H Street Country Club opened nearly five years ago, the bar would get large crowds of deaf and hard of hearing patrons from nearby Gallaudet University, but it didn't have any American Sign Language-speaking staff. "It became an issue, especially on Thursday nights when college kids go out," says Jimmy Silk, who was general manger […]

How One Man Reunited With His Vespa at H Street NE’s Vendetta

It sounds like the start of a bad joke: Guy walks into a bar, orders a drink, and sees his old scooter cut in half and hanging on the wall. But that’s exactly what happened to H Street NE resident Tony Zarrella. Curious about the new Italian restaurant and bar, Vendetta, located just around the corner from […]

Pasta or Pizza? Two Italian Restaurants Open Tonight

The restaurant-opening spree continues tonight with the debut of Vendetta on H Street NE and Piola on 14th Street NW. Jimmy Silk, a partner in H Street Country Club and Capitol Lounge, teamed up with restaurateur Joe Englert on Vendetta, an Italian joint with two indoor bocce courts. Chef James Figueroa-Perez, who comes to D.C. from Miami, will specialize in pastas […]

Red Sauce Italian Restaurant Will Replace Red Palace

Jimmy Silk, a partner in H Street Country Club and Capitol Lounge, is working with developer Joe Englert to open an Italian restaurant with indoor bocce courts called Vendetta in the former Red Palace space. (Despite what was reported on H Street Great Street, Granville Moore's Teddy Folkman tells Y&H he is not involved.) The casual […]