Red Bear Brewing Co.

Last Updated: 6/16/2020 Current Status:  The big bar in the middle of the room tells you they are about beer.  The beer is pretty good.  The scene is friendly (the fact that REI is next door is on point).  They are open for sit-down on the patio, reservations HERE.  They are offering take-out and (and […]

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The Arsenal at Bluejacket

Last Updated: 6/13/2020 Current Status: They are now open for dining on the patio daily from 11 am to 9 pm.  They are doing service via online ordering at bluejacketdc.menu.  Order from your seat and pick it up when pinged by text that it is ready. Arsenal/Bluejacket also has combined forces with other elements of […]

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The Sovereign

Image: Saffron Moules Frites Last Updated: 7/25/21 Current Status: The Sovereign is open for dine-in. Gift Cards – redeemable at all NRG restaurants. Employee Relief Funds and food donation efforts. Before Times Review: Last Visit: February 2020 The Sovereign is part of a local restaurant conglomerate that includes places like Birch & Barley/Churchkey and Bluejacket, […]

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Pizzeria Paradiso

Image: The Atomica might blow your mind. Last Updated: 6/11/2020 Current Status: All three D.C. locations are open for sit-down and take-out.  For Spring Valley you can make reservations.   Delivery through 3rd party services.  The Hyattsville location is open.  The Alexandria location has been closed since March. Gift Cards Employee Relief Funds – GFM […]

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Birch & Barley

Image: Weathered but Renewing Birch & Barley Last Updated: 6/5/2020 Current Status: Birch & Barley/Churchkey have combined forces with other elements of the Neighborhood Restaurant Group to create a single outlet for take-out and delivery drawing from many of the restaurants and most importantly making Bluejacket beer available.  You can also dip into Churchkey’s collection. […]

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Brasserie Beck

Picture: Moules Frites Last Updated: April 2021 Current Status: Brasserie Beck remains closed. Before Times Review: Last Visited: May 2019 The nearly ear-ringing din that once echoed in the post-industrial rafters of Brasserie Beck has died down.  The crowds moved on, but you can feast in their slipstream.  Granted the food is not light but, […]

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