The Blind Dog Café: A Daytime Experience

September 13, 2016 4:18 pm

When night turns to day, a local bar transforms into a trendy café in downtown DC. Welcome to the Blind Dog Café. Located just a couple of blocks from the U Street Metro Station, the Blind Dog Café is a trendy, comfortable place to come for breakfast or lunch. It’s hard not to like the ambiance, with brick walls, big windows to people watch and comfy chairs and sofas everywhere. This is the coffee house/café you’ve always wanted in your neighborhood! Get a tasty espresso and fresh baked goods to start your day, then come back for an equally delicious sandwich on a fresh baguette. But remember, when the sun goes down, the bar (namely Darnell’s Bar) comes out!

The Blind Dog Café
944 Florida Avenue
(between N Sherman Ave & N W Street)
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 290-2865

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Sichuan Pavilion: A D.C. Spot for Chinese Food

September 6, 2016 12:03 pm

Just a block from Farragut Square on Washington, D.C.'s K Street, you’ll find the Sichuan Pavilion, a great place for authentic Szechuan cuisine. Szechuan food is a bit spicier than other varieties of Chinese food, but there are also a lot of favorites on the menu.

Popular appetizers include the Dumplings in Sichuan Sauce and Squid with Pepper Salt. You’ll find interesting soups like Crab Meat and Asparagus and Preserved Turnip. The selection of authentic Szechuan and traditional Chinese entrees are so varied, everyone will find a favorite dish. You can also get everything served family-style!

Sichuan Pavilion is open every day for lunch, dinner or a late bite.

Sichuan Pavilion:
1814 K Street NW
Washington, DC 20006
(202) 466-7790

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Happy Labor Day!

September 5, 2016 2:05 pm

Have a relaxing day with fun and laughter!

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