This Sunday, May 17, 2015, starting at 5:30 pm, come to Volta Park for the Citizens Association of Georgetown (CAG) Kick-Off of the 2015 season of Concerts in The Parks.
Celebrate Georgetown's own singer songwriter Rebecca McCabe will be performing with Human Country Jukebox, whose lead singer Jack Gregori competed on Adam Levine's team in this season of NBC's The Voice. So bring your cameras and your sharpies; you won't want to miss the opportunity to get Jack's photos and autograph!
Every year Rebecca leads a rousing on-stage sing along for aspiring Voice stars and social singers. This year she will invite concert-goers young and old to join the performance for her rendition of Taylor Swift's Shake It Off. So brush up on the lyrics and bring your best singing voice.
In addition to the fantastic musical entertainment, there will be fun family May Day activities provided by our generous sponsors, cupcakes from Sprinkles, ice cream from Haagen Dazs and the Rocklands Food Truck!
For more information on the summer concert series, visit CAG.
George Vetsch, Chef de Cuisine at Bistrot Lepic & Wine Bar has prepared a very special Mother's Day menu for the whole family!
For reservations, call 202 333.0111. Bistrot Lepic & Wine Bar is located at 1736 Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown.
Dimanche, 10 Mai 2015
Chilled asparagus soup, Prosciutto parmesan flan
Minestrone soupe, confit de lapin
Spring vegetable Minestrone with rabbit confit
Salade de chou-fleur et brocoli
Cauliflower and broccoli salad with sweet peppers, raisins, apricot and Mimolette with aged white Balsamic
Tartelette de foie gras (+$5)
Homemade foie gras "tartelette", tomato and mango tart with honey vinegar
Mille feuille de gravlax
Salmon gravlax mousse on avocado "mille-feuilles"
Caille farcie rôtie
Roasted stuffed quail on tomato, asparagus risotto with fresh artichoke
Dover Sole, sauce Champagne (+$10)
Dover Sole filet in a saffron Champagne sauce with salmon caviar, orange braised endive and forbidden black rice
Trio de filets poëllés, sauce au morilles
Beef, veal and pork tenderloin pan-seared on green pea mousse with morel sauce Potato horseradish croquettes
Vegan ratatouille with raisin, pine nuts and balsamic served with citrus risotto fritters
Assiette de fromage (+$8)
Appenzeller cheese turnover with apricots, Saint André and Mount Top Blue Goat cheese
Assiette de petit fours
Homemade raspberry almond petit fours, chocolate sorbet and berry Zabaglione
(under 12 years old)
Small Pizza with Tomato sauce, Asparagus, Salami and Swiss Cheese
Chicken “Cordon Bleu” with Ratatouille, French Fries
Assiette de petits fours
Served with chocolate sorbet
$ 30 pp
A celebration of art and design in the Nation’s Capital was the theme of a recent party in the hip neighborhood off 14th Street NW.
The event hosted by Beasley Real Estate’s Tyler Jeffrey in conjunction with The Art Registry, Bozzuto (management), the interior design firm Havenly and the Bitches Who Brunch blog. Tyler teams up with Robert Crawford at Beasley.
One of the purposes of the event at The Penthouse At The District at 1401 S Street NW, was to highlight Beasley’s penthouse listing, share amazing art and highlight the introduction of the new company Havenly to Washington, D.C.
The exhibition was done by The Art Registry and artwork was by Dominique Fierro and Maggie O’Neill.
The multi-floor penthouse is located in a thoroughly modern building with large windows that bring in the outside sunlight. It’s a short walk to the exciting 14th Street corridor that boasts of cool restaurants and the several live-performance theaters. The apartment listing is for $7,500 a month.
The three-hour high-energy event was packed with invitees who dined on appetizers and marveled at the top-of-the city views.