Usually, DC has to wait until October, but for the first time ever, a Spring PorchFest is coming. The Adams Morgan Partnership Business Improvement District (BID) recently announced the inaugural Spring PorchFest to take place on Saturday, May 20 from 2-6pm.
A selection of 16 artworks, displayed in various storefronts, comes back to Admans Morgan for a self-guided walking tour from April 3 through April 30, 2023.
Like its sister Washington, D.C. restaurants from the same ownership group — Cactus Cantina and Lauriol Plaza — Alfresco is designed to be a part of its neighborhood and appeal to everyone as a place to gather, relax and dine among friends.
Due to a Pedestrian Zone program, no cars will be able to drive along 18th Street NW between Kalorama and Columbia Roads NW on certain Sundays through the end of the year.
To join in for Drag Queen Storytime, head to Unity Park on the following dates for a 60-minute storytime.
Now — through May 14th — you can simply walk the streets of Adams Morgan and admire an impressive selection of artworks displayed in storefronts on a self-guided AdMo Art Walk walking tour.
For the first time in Mintwood Place‘s existence, the neighborhood brasserie is offering lunch service. A new in-house delivery service and the return of seasonal patio dining was announced earlier this month, but did you know that you could also now nosh on lunch Tuesday… Read More
When the first election debates of the season come along later this week, you’ll have an important choice to make. Roofer’s Union wants to know…. will your pour represent your politics? Offering a pair of competing cocktails, $13 each from 5PM to close, the popular… Read More
Adams Morgan’s Lapop was a pop-up playroom of sorts. Now, it’s a full-scale late night living room complete with classed up cocktails. Lapop (1847 Columbia Road NW), a pop-up coffee locale, was the kind of subterranean bohemian cavern where you’d expect for all kinds of… Read More