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D.C. Experiments With Variable Price Parking Meters

WASHINGTON — Parking at a metered spot in the District of Columbia could become a pricey proposition, with a pilot project imposing fees up to $8 an hour. 121 more words


Poste — Lunch on 19 August 2015

Lunch today was another brilliant success. I went to Poste, which is linked to the (Klimpton) Hotel Monaco. Poste derives its name from the building it occupies, which used to be D.C.’s General Post Office. 164 more words


701 — Lunch on 17 August 2015

It’s the middle of The Hottest Month, which means it’s time for my own little Christmas in August—DC Restaurant Week(s), when every day brings new presents and surprises. 173 more words


Family Dining = Food, Food, and More Food- Carmine's (Washington D.C., Italian, Gluten-Free)

I added a quick 24 hours in DC onto my Memorial Day trip to Baltimore mainly to see my aunt and uncle (but also to enjoy some of DC’s sights). 909 more words


taylor gourmet

I’m not a sandwich person. Never have been, not really sure that I ever will be… However, when you’ve been walking around for an hour searching for food and it’s about to rain, you’ll basically eat whatever. 263 more words


dangerously delicious pies

The girl I share a cubicle with, Collett, and I have really bonded over one thing – our love for food, resulting in us constantly wanting to try new eateries. 524 more words



I don’t have the camera over my head here; he really was this small. He seemed content to stand here and enjoy the heat. I was happy to capture his gentle energy. 11 more words