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The Partisan

This was my husband’s Birthday Dinner 2: Family Edition and I chose the Partisan because we remembered it being great when we last came here a couple of years ago, plus he didn’t want to make a big deal out of his b-day (#introvertproblems). 791 more words

An Historic Elevator

On today’s lunchtime bike ride I stopped to pick up a submarine sandwich at a place called Potbelly Sandwich Works, which is a restaurant chain that began in 1977 in Illinois, but opened locations throughout the D.C. 533 more words

D.C.

The Throne of the Third Heaven of the Nations' Millennium General Assembly

In this country we do not have a king or royalty.  Instead, we have an elected president. And unlike a king, our president does not have a throne.  482 more words

Historic Figures

Teatime

Take a break and relax with a spot of tea and scones. Many coffee shops have delicious pastries and warm beverages, or you an have a full afternoon tea at some of these spots: 25 more words

DuPont Circle

WILL THE NEWSEUM CLOSE? DETAILS ARE SKETCHY.

The Newseum’s recent announcement about its financial difficulties struck fear into the hearts of its many devoted fans, who apparently don’t visit often enough to keep the behemoth afloat. 612 more words

WASHINGTON DC

A Flashy Import with Humbler Offerings

THE SMITH

901 F Street, NW, Washington, DC 20004 (http://thesmithrestaurant.com/)

* and 1/2 (Satisfactory/Good)

When I first heard about The Smith, a trendy New York City transplant to Penn Quarter downtown, it peaked my interest. 888 more words

Restaurant Review