It's Steaming

José Andrés Reopens America Eats Tavern in Georgetown

February 28, 2018

José AndrésThinkFoodGroup will reopen America Eats Tavern this summer in the former Old Glory Bar-B-Que space at 3139 M Street in Georgetown.

 

In addition to the American classics, Andrés will be introducing barbeque to the restaurant’s menu to add to the culinary experience, as well as a more casual ambiance. Andrés and his culinary team have conducted extensive research to identify the best products available, highlighting local meats, seafood, wines, cheeses, beers and other products from the mid-Atlantic region.

(Photo by: José Andrés)

 

“We’re excited to bring America Eats Tavern back to the district, where it all began, especially to historic Georgetown where we’ve been wanting to open for a long time,” said Andrés. “We know what makes America great is in no small part its rich and diverse culinary heritage and that is just what we invite everyone to come in and enjoy!”

 

Originally launched in 2011 in collaboration with the Foundation for the National Archives, America Eats Tavern was first conceived as a pop-up in the former Café Atlantico space.  From there, Andrés and his team brought the concept to the Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner, just outside Washington, DC in McLean, VA. In its newest incarnation, the restaurant will be a partnership with longtime Georgetown restaurateur Bechara Nammour of Capital Restaurant Group.

 


Click here to share your thoughts.


Celil Refik Kaya Live at Dumbarton Oaks Feb. 22

February 19, 2018

Enjoy an evening at Dumbarton Oaks on February 22, 2018 with Dumbarton Oaks Early-Career Musician in Residence, Celil Refik Kaya!

 

Savor a glass or two of wine as you experience their newest museum exhibition with works by Martha Jackson Jarvis, before enjoying the strains of Kaya’s guitar in the historic Music Room.

 

Kaya will present The Music of the Americas, a unique program featuring his own compositions, as well as works by Agustín Barrios and Jorge Morel. In between concerts, Kaya will discuss his compositions, instruments, and inspirations with guests. The Early-Career Musician Residency at Dumbarton Oaks provides time and resources to young musicians and composers who show promise in transmitting traditions of classical music to younger generations.

 

Throughout the evening, guests will also be treated to an after-hours look at our newest exhibition, Outside/IN: Martha Jackson Jarvis at Dumbarton Oaks. This installation features sculpture and works on paper inspired by natural forms and materials by noted Washington, DC, artist Martha Jackson Jarvis.

Admission is $15 and includes drinks. Guests must be 21 years of age or older and present a valid photo ID.

 

Click here for tickets.


Click here to share your thoughts.


Voxare String Quartet at Dumbarton Oaks

January 18, 2018

Music at Dumbarton Oaks is featuring Voxare String Quartet February 11 and 12, 2018.

 

With a repertoire spanning five centuries, this extraordinary quartet is “half Russian, half Chicagoan, 100 percent Juilliardian and 400 percent young, enthusiastic, and blessed with individual great instrumental skills" (Concertonet). Composer Ned Rorem calls the Voxare “probably the best American chamber group performing today.” In their Dumbarton Oaks debut, they perform string quartets by Felix Mendelssohn, Mohammed Fairouz, and Aleksandra Vrebalov.

Performances take place Sundays at 7:00 p.m. and Mondays at 8:00 p.m.

 

Register here.

 

Dumbarton Oaks is located at 1703 32nd Street in Georgetown.


Click here to share your thoughts.