Washington Stage Guild: Theater that Stands the Test of Time

Classic theatrical pieces stand the test of time and new productions are performed by the Washington Stage Guild. One of the most established repertory companies in the country, the Washington Stage Guild’s productions are performed at the Undercroft Theater at Mount Vernon Place. The current season includes classics such as Shaw’s Pygmalion, Dante’s Inferno, and Eliot’s The Elder Statesman. The D.C. premiere of an off-Broadway production is also on the calendar. And getting tickets is easy. The best way is to become a subscriber where, for one low price, you will get tickets for each performance of the season. Per-show tickets are $40 during the week, and $50 on weekends. Students always pay half-price, and seniors get a great deal – just $10 per performance! Because shows sell out fast, it is recommended that you reserve your tickets ahead of time.

Washington Stage Guild
1901 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20712
(240) 582-0050


Mad Momos Beer Deck + Restaurant: Fun on the Deck!

You’ll be glad when you come to Mad Momos Beer Deck & Restaurant. Easily located on 14th Street off of N. Spring Road, Mad Momos is a great spot for after work, dinner and late night. The ambiance of the bar and dining room is modern but rustic, with exposed brick walls, a comfortable lounge and nice tables. Regulars recommend that when the weather’s nice, try to get a table on the second floor patio, which has a beautiful view of the neighborhood. Since this is a Beer Deck, check out the wide selection of domestic and imported by the tap and the bottle. There’s also a good variety of wines by the glass and specialty cocktails. And the food is pretty good, too! Check out the Sunday brunch.

Mad Momos Beer Deck & Restaurant
3605 14th Street NW
(between N. Spring Rd & N. Perry Place)
Washington, DC 2001
(202) 829-1450

9:30 Club: Great Gigs in DC

The 9:30 Club delights music lovers with its superior sound system and a remarkable bill of cutting edge acts. The venue is clean and air-conditioned, serving fairly-priced food and drinks. Regulars can't stop raving about the sound quality, which makes it easy to overlook that the space is standing room only. It's the roster of performers, however, that continues to draw in the crowds. The 9:30 Club books both legends and independent bands alike. Previous performances have included Hank Williams III, Stars, Garbage, Goldfrapp, and Brazilian Girls. Upcoming shows include Man Man, Lotus, Trombone Shorty, Simple Minds, Gogol Bordello and Ani diFranco. Check the website for specific show and ticketing information.

9:30 Club
815 V Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 265-0930

Adamson Gallery: An Eclectic Mix of Styles

An eclectic mix of artistic styles – that’s the Adamson Gallery. Located near Logan Circle, the Adamson Gallery features artists from around the world, exhibiting their finest work. If you’re looking for cutting edge art, this is the place to go! Past exhibits include the photography of Chuck Close, paintings by Kelly Towles and sculpture by Yuriko Yamaguchi-Ku. New exhibits by artists such as photographer Karen Knorr are also a treat. The artists aren’t just showing their work for casual viewing – the work is also for sale as a custom lithograph or digital production, a specialty at Adamson Gallery. Just think of it, you can have a unique and original work of art direct from one of the best galleries not only in the city, but in the country. The Adamson Gallery is open is open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Adamson Gallery
1515 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 232-0707


Sticky Fingers Sweets and Eats: Tasty Treats, Vegan Friendly

Have fun at Sticky Fingers Sweets and Eats. Located two blocks north of the Columbia Heights Metro Station, Sticky Fingers Sweets and Eats features baked goods with a twist. That’s because everything is made without any animal fats or ingredients. That’s right, you won’t find any eggs or dairy products in these cupcakes and pastries. So if you’re a vegan, you can have your cake and eat it too! And it’s all done without skimping on the taste. Sticky Fingers backs up its claim by winning a number of televised baking competitions, proving that great taste can also be achieved with a conscience. Come in and enjoy the sights and smells, get something sweet for breakfast or a snack, and know that you’re eating something that isn’t bad for you.

Sticky Fingers Sweets & Eats
1370 Park Road NW
(between North Holmead Place & North 14th Street)
Washington, DC 20010
(202) 299-9700

Game On at Labyrinth Games and Puzzles

Get gaming at Labyrinth Games and Puzzles in Washington D.C. This gem of a store is packed with non-electronic specialty games. Every type of gamer is welcome here. The store is known for its friendly and knowledgeable staff and has a back room with house copies of many games you can try before you buy.

Labyrinth is family-friendly with fun entertainment for all ages and even hosts birthday parties. It also offers classes for children to learn new games. If you’re planning some outdoor fun, Labyrinth also rents lawn games like Bocce, Croquet, and Tournament of Knights.

If you're a gamer and want to meet like-minded folks, come to one of Labyrinth’s frequent and regularly occurring game nights. Some sessions are quite popular, so call ahead to inquire about how early you'll need to stop by to reserve your spot.

Labyrinth Games and Puzzles
645 Pennsylvania Ave SE
Washington, DC 20003
(202) 544-1059

Taste of the Day Wine Tasting at Grand Cata

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The Tantalizing Taste of the City at the Grand Cata!!!!

An immaculate wine tasting is happening today at the Grand Cata from 12-7PM. Come Enjoy A Taste Of The City!!!!

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Welcome Home Nats!

Nationals first home game today facing the Marlins at 4:05 PM/ Let's go Nats!!!

Vino Tasting!!!!

Good Afternoon Jefferson Marketplace
Grand Cata is hosting a Vino Tasting with Nani Ramón from Terra Alta, Spain today!!
6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Enjoy and drink responsibly 🙂

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