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Tari Reopens as a Pop-Up

September 7, 2014

(Photo by: Judith Beermann)

"We love our new space, "says Sara Mokhtari. Having recently sold her Georgetown building, she had been actively looking for a new a pop-up location nearby. In less than a week, this savvy boutique owner found the perfect spot and is back in business. Just up the street on Wisconsin Avenue, formerly Dalton Pratt, is where her loyal clientele will find Tari now.

(Photo by: Judith Beermann)

Opening this week with all new inventory for fall. Menswear includes designer Armani and Hugo Boss suits, casual shirts and slacks, and a colorful array of silk ties.

On two levels, shoppers can come away fully attired from head to fashionable heel in designer clothing and accesories from iconic labels including Chanel, Fendi, and Hermes. Contemporary designers blend in perfectly. And not ready for cashmere and tweed? Check out the late summer finds. All at prices Tari is known for.

Tari is located at 1742 Wisconsin Avenue. Tel.: 202.621.7500

(Photo by: Judith Beermann)

(Photo by: Judith Beermann)


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DC Museum Sidewalk Sale at Kennedy Center Sept. 6

August 28, 2014

Shop the best selection of merchandise from Washington-area cultural centers at bargain basement prices Saturday, September 6, 2014. It's the DC Museum Sidewalk sale at The Kennedy Center in the main atrium. Tickets are FREE.

Deals on clearance and one-of-a-kind items are available on a first-come, first-served basis, as long as supplies last.

Great items from: President Lincoln’s Cottage, The Kennedy Center, America’s National Parks Stores, EAA Gift Shop at Langley, Folger Shakespeare Theater, International Spy Museum, The Navy Museum Store, The Supreme Court, Tudor Place Historic House and Garden, and The Walters Art Museum.

The Kennedy Center is located at  2700 F Street NW. Two-hour  free parking at the Kennedy Center garage.


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Architectural Tour of Georgetown

August 11, 2014

Thought about the eight must-see Georgetown spots? Take Curbed DC's 'Eight Point Architectural Tour of Georgetown' here. Then grab your sneakers and head out.


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