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April Fools’? Park Tavern Opens “Sooner than Soon”

April 1st, 2013 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, Capitol Riverfront/ Near Southeast, DC

File this under things that could be an April Fools’ joke, or might actually turn out to be true. After waiting months without any official word from the folks at Park Tavern, today, it looks like management says the restaurant will be open “sooner than soon.” Earlier this morning the Park Tavern tweeted: What the […]

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Opening Very Soon: Park Tavern

February 8th, 2013 · 2 Comments · Capitol Riverfront/ Near Southeast

Many have lamented the fact that Park Tavern has taken a while to open. The ice skating rink, as you may recall, opened back in November. Chef Robert Wood was on hand at the inauguration, offering food samples and discussing the menu with Tommy Wells. And then? Nothing. Months upon months of waiting for permits […]

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Hawk ‘n’ Dove, Opening Tomorrow

January 16th, 2013 · 21 Comments · Capitol Hill

Some in our fair community would say that this is not a reopening. To quote resident curmudgeon Tim Krepp, this is “a Hawk ‘n’ Dove-themed bar.” Perhaps it’s not even that: the new Hawk ‘n’ Dove, brought to us all by Xavier Cervera of Senart’s, the Chesapeake Room, and many others, doesn’t have much left […]

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Questions from our Readers: When is the Hawk ‘n’ Dove Opening?

August 1st, 2012 · 1 Comment · Barracks Row, Capitol Hill, Capitol Hill South, Capitol Riverfront/ Near Southeast

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Nosy Neighbors

February 2nd, 2012 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

A weekly roundup of interesting miscellany from our fellow neighborhood bloggers. Borderstan takes a look at the latest outpost of burger joint Black and Orange.  Anybody for a heavyweight No Burger No Cry?? U Street Dirt asks: is our city as invincible as we think?  Some may wonder if one too many convicted councilmembers will […]

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