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New Restaurant for Washington Harbour

April 19, 2012

The North Dakota Farmers Union and Farmers Restaurant Group (FRG) announced Thursday plans to open Farmers, Fishers & Bakers in late fall 2012.

The totally new restaurant will replace Farmer & Fishers, which was destroyed a year ago in the floods. Construction could start as early as next week.

“We are thrilled that our lease has been finalized and that we are moving full steam ahead with our new Farmers concept,” said Dan Simons, concept developer and managing partner of Founding Farmers and FRG.  “So many people have told us that they really missed Farmers & Fishers, so we’re confident that Farmers, Fishers & Bakers will bring them back to see what’s new, and to experience the best American-focused dining in Washington Harbour.”


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Finalists in National Mall Makeover Announced

April 10, 2012

The Trust for the National Mall, official non-profit partner of the National Park Service, announced the finalists in the National Mall Design competition Monday. 

Since last September, architects have been competing for the chance to redesign the area that extends from the U.S. Capitol past the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial and over to the Jefferson Memorial. Proposals include plans for Constitution Gardens, the Washington Monument grounds at Sylvan Theater and Union Square.

The 12 finalist concepts are viewable online during a public comment period before the winning team is announced May 3, 2012.


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G.W. Invitational Regatta on the Potomac

April 4, 2012

Schools from around the country will be racing in the 25th Annual George Washington University Invitational Regatta at Washington Harbour this Friday, April 6th from 1:00 to 400 pm and Saturday, April 7th from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Men's and women's teams from GW, Georgetown, Cornell, MIT, Duquesne, Holy Cross, St. Joseph's, UCSD and The U.S. Naval Academy will be competing.

Washington Harbour is at 3050 K Street in Georgetown.


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