Stir It Up
You've got a better view at home or at any number of Georgetown bars and restaurants, but it does only happen once every four years. And you didn't need a pricey hotel room.
If you are venturing out, set your alarm, remember to wear comfortable shoes and check out dc.about.com's map of the Inauguration Parade route.
Share your views on parking with the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) and the community Wednesday, January 16.
The DDOT public meeting (part of a series of city-wide parking "think tanks") covering Georgetown and Burleith, will be held at Hardy Middle School from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm.
Hardy Middle School is located at 1819 35th Street. Entrances at T & 35th Streets and Wisconsin Avenue and 34th Street.
The New York City-based online men’s apparel retailer, Bonobos, is coming to Georgetown. EastBanc and Jamestown announced this week that the clothier will open in late January 2013, in the Cady's Alley space currently occupied by Yves Delorme.
Launched in 2007 with better-fitting men’s pants, today Bonobos is the largest apparel brand in the U.S. launched solely over the Internet.
The 1,000-square-foot space will serve as a Bonobos Guideshop location, offering customers an opportunity to be fitted and try on merchandise (by appointment) prior to making online purchases.
“Bonobos will deliver forward-looking classic men’s fashions to the vibrant retail community in Cady’s Alley and we are pleased to have them be a part of the distinctive urban village that comprises our properties,” said Anthony Lanier, president of EastBanc. “We are impressed with the online success of the Bonobos brand and how the company effectively expanded its Internet presence with a traditional retail fashion model. Securing Bonobos supports our commitment to the neighborhood’s status as Washington’s premier retail destination and will surely complement the foot traffic in the corridor.”
Bonobos will be located at 3320 Cady's Alley in Georgetown.