‘steak and kidney pie @ als cafe’
courtesy of ‘rjw1′
I love walking up H St NE. There’s always a storefront getting redone, a new restaurant opening up, or just some sort of action catching my attention in general. I went there yesterday to track the development of three restaurants I’ve had my eyes on recently.
We all know that a target opening date is often missed in DC, but I’m still hoping to see these three establishments open in March.
Scootergate 4 by spoffy
This is it scooter fans, the weekend we’ve been waiting for. Scootergate 4 has finally arrived! The festivities kick off at 5pm at The Pug where you can register ($25 cash) if you haven’t done so already online. What do you get with your registration? A whole slew of things including a ticket to the Rock and Roll Hotel show Saturday night, a rally bag, a rally patch, a t-shirt, a bunch of coupons, a raffle ticket, and food. Hell, I’d pay $25 for the t-shirt alone! Today’s Seattle-like weather is supposed to subside as the day goes on so hopefully it will be prime weather for the late night ride of DC movie hotspots.
Scootergate 4 by Spoffy
I recently became the father of a 1979 Vespa P200E, a toy I’ve had my eye on for a long time now. But to some it’s more than a toy and a mode of transportation, it’s a way of life. These scooter people make their way across the country for rallies all year long, and in June they’re coming to DC for Scootergate 4.
The festivities kick off Friday evening at the Pug which includes registration and basically a “Hey! Good to see you, mutherf#*@$r!” type of gathering, complete with a DJ, Stupid Human Tricks, and a late night ride. Assuming you survive that night, Saturday brings you breakfast, rally rides, Scooter Jackassery awards, dinner, and a concert at the Rock and Roll Hotel. Still alive? Then ride to brunch on Sunday at Airborne’s and say your tearful goodbyes until next year. For a full itinerary that is subject to change, click here.