Intense Sketching “Kate McGraw + Ann Tarantino: Workbook,” at Flashpoint (916 G St. NW, Washington, D.C.). The exhibit runs through April 17. Gallery hours are noon – 6 p.m., Tuesday – Saturday, or by appointment. For further information, call 202-315-1310 or visit www.flashpointdc.org.
For patrons craving cheap, authentic Southeast Asian cuisine, Pho Cyclo has been serving up a variety of dishes from traditional pho soups to fried rice platters since 2005 in the Yorktown Shopping Center.
The walls are made of bright white stucco with inset arches and ornate knives, plates and even a beautiful, but empty, bottle of Metaxa, a Greek blend of brandy and wine, decorate the interior. Greek music fills in the gaps of the surrounding lively conversation, distinctive with the sound of […]
Located in Arlington, the Luna Grill and Diner stands firm under its motto “Not your usual diner!” This was certainly evident upon my visit. Without even having a bite of anything at all, it already struck me as exceptional. The décor is original and innovative. It is always nice when […]
Busy Week The week of April 30 was a busy one for the General Assembly. After three years and $104.5 million, it was time to see the renovated Capitol building.
Busboys and Poets is where intellects, political-artistic types, and all those in-between flock to in Washington D.C. Here you’ll find comfortable surroundings for the wireless internet fiend to the fashionable trendsetter. Just grab a couch, or sink into the spacious booths of the back room, or enjoy standard seating arrangements […]
It’s a rarity these days to find a delicious spread of food at a buffet. It is also difficult to discover a scrumptious Sunday brunch with all the fixings. Brion’s Grille is a local favorite in Fairfax, with hungry George Mason students coming in packs to the friendly eatery across […]