Barracks Row’s Taste of 8th is scheduled for Saturday, April 28th, 2012, from 1-4 p.m.
Barracks Row is regarded as a culinary destination, and Taste of 8th is the easiest way to sample many of our restaurants. Tickets are $5.00 for a single tasting, equivalent to a tapas or small plate portion, or five tickets for $20.00 (90% of people buy the five ticket package per person so they can sample the most restaurants). Ticket sales benefit Barracks Row Main Street’s year-round work to maintain a clean, safe and beautiful community for residents and businesses.
Nearly twenty of our finest restaurants will present tastings of their signature dishes during Taste of 8th 2011. Barracks Row Main Street looks forward to welcoming the newest restaurants on 8th Street and showcasing many of our longtime favorites, including but in no way limited to:
Capitol Hill Tandoor
Senart’s Oyster and Chop House
Spring Mill Bread
Zest American Bistro
For more information contact Barracks Row Main Street at 202-544-3188 or info[at]barracksrow.org
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You are Cordially Invited to the
Second Annual Meeting of Deanwood Heights Main Streets with
Special Guests DC Councilwoman Yvette Alexander and
DC Dept. of Small and Local Business Development
Director Harold Pettigrew
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
DC Department of Employment Services
4058 Minnesota Avenue, NE, Fifth Floor
DC Soundstage is the newest business to open in the Kingman Park Community.
DC Soundstage is loacted at 2403 Benning Road NE WDC 20002.
For more information about DC Soundstage visit there website : www.dcsoundstage.com
ANC Commissioner SMD 7D01 Kingman Park
Over ten weeks have elapsed since we opened the window at the Capitol Hill Bakery, ex-Cafe Roma, to introduce you to our gourmet cupcakes. Once again, you showed your support by visiting our store and purchasing the cupcakes and expressing your encouragement. We are very grateful for this continued support, and we will endeavour to excel in serving you in the future.
As you know, given its location, our store is not yet ideal for retail activity. Many people tell us that the development of the entire neighbourhood is some years down the road. We know this from the experience of Cafe Roma, and it was confirmed these days as the flow of customers does not cover the costs of operations. The reason for opening our store during the weekends was merely to introduce our products to our patrons and to establish direct contact. Therefore, we would like to inform you that the storefront of Capitol Hill Cupcakes, will close on Sunday, October 30st.
However, we would like to explain to our patrons that the operations of the bakery is open, and that you can place your orders any time during the week days, provided that you give us twenty-four hours lead time. In addition, we are in the process of acquiring a food truck; hence we will be able to serve you better by bringing our products to your area.
We will keep you informed about the launch of the food truck operations soon.
Thank you once again for your kind support.
The management of Capitol Hill Bakery