Photo of the front sign of the Georgetown Bagel shop Call Your Mother

Georgetown Bagel Shop Faces Backlash from Neighbors

If the hungry crowds devouring bagels outside had their way, the self-proclaimed “Jew-ish” deli Call Your Mother, housed in a bright pink Georgetown rowhouse, would undoubtedly receive official approval to continue serving sandwiches to the masses. However, some neighbors on the affluent street are not pleased with strangers consuming pastrami and candied salmon on their […]

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Roofers Union Reborn: A New Chapter for the Iconic Adams Morgan Destination

When Roofers Union, the beloved multi-level bar and restaurant on 18th Street Northwest in the vibrant Adams Morgan neighborhood, shuttered its doors last November, the proprietors of nearby Code Red saw an opportunity. Nik Namdar and Natalia Alexander, the dynamic duo behind Code Red, quickly seized the chance to breathe new life into this iconic

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Beat the Heat: The Importance of HVAC Maintenance for Midwest Summers

As the mercury rises and the Midwest braces for another sweltering summer, the importance of proper HVAC maintenance cannot be overstated. In this region, where temperatures can soar to unbearable levels, a well-functioning air conditioning system is more than just a luxury – it’s necessary to maintain comfort and mitigate the risks associated with excessive

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25-year-old Georgetown Business Improvement District Extends Voting on New Board and Tax Plan

The Georgetown Business Improvement District (GBID), now in its 25th year, is a cornerstone of community and commercial vitality in one of Washington, D.C.’s historic neighborhoods. Faced with the ongoing challenge of maintaining the area’s appeal and economic health, GBID’s Board has recently approved a fresh 5-year strategic plan aimed at addressing these issues. A

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Was Foxtrot’s Closure Illegal?

Foxtrot, a high-end coffee shop and convenience store chain, made headlines with the sudden announcement of the permanent closure of all its locations on April 23. The unexpected decision caught employees, customers, and even suppliers off guard, raising considerable concerns about the legality of the shutdown. Questions are surging over whether Foxtrot’s management respected the

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Monstera’s Blooming Breakfast Burritos Find a Cozy Corner at Sara’s Market

Monstera at Sara’s Market. 3008 Q St., NW. Chef Alex McCoy has gained recognition for crafting some of DC’s finest burgers at Lucky Buns and sandwiches at Bar Boheme in Union Market. However, in recent months, he has quietly ventured into the breakfast burrito realm. Monstera Burrito has been making an appearance every other weekend

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Rajaji Curry House: A Taste of India in the Heart of Washington, DC

Rajaji Curry House, located at 2603 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC, is a popular destination for Indian cuisine lovers. The restaurant offers a variety of Indian dishes, including appetizers, seafood, chicken curry, Indian breads, desserts, and beverages. The food at Rajaji Curry House is highly rated by customers. Many praise the quality and flavor of

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Should Cleveland Park, Woodley Park Get More Restaurants? Residents Rally for Culinary Expansion

Cleveland Park and Woodley Park, neighborhoods steeped in history and charm, have long maintained a distinctive ambiance within the bustling city of Washington, D.C. These areas are known for their balance of residential tranquility and commercial activity, but a debate has been simmering amongst residents and policymakers regarding the vibrancy and economic health of their

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