Monthly Archive: January 2012

Athenaeum

Old Town’s Athenaeum Aims to Nurture Your Inner Artist

According to the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary, the word “Athenaeum” originally meant a school in ancient Rome that was used for the study of arts. While the Athenaeum in present-day Old Town Alexandria is not a school in the traditional sense,...

Autographed bowling pins

Roll Playing Is the Name of the Game at Bowlmor Bethesda

Oh, to be young, pretty and hip … what, you’re not? Me neither. Join the club. While most of us aren’t likely to grace the cover of Rolling Stone or sundry society pages anytime soon, we can all act like...

Souvlaki entree

Greece Is the Word at Dupont Circle’s Mourayo Restaurant

For the first post of the week, I thought I’d start where Western civilization itself began, Greece. Only I’m not blogging about the country itself (unless ApartmentShowcase.com sets up shop in greater Athens) but rather its cuisine, in the form...

Winter Restaurant Week in D.C.

Bon Appétit! Winter Restaurant Week in D.C. is a Foodie’s Dream

Winter Restaurant Week Metro DC is a time when many of the finest eating establishments in the Washington, D.C., area offer three-course lunches for $20.12 and three-course dinners for $35.12 (or their equivalent). Restaurant Week occurs biannually, and this season’s...

Front Page Restaurant & Grille

Get the News at The Front Page Restaurant & Grille in Dupont Circle

Today we feature The Front Page Restaurant & Grille, a restaurant in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Northwest that offers what they call “modern tavern/American” cuisine. Their site says it all: “Whether you want to watch the game on one...