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No rowboat required: Sequoia at Washington Harbour is open

May 16, 2011

Yes, they are OPEN.  And you don't even need a rowboat to get there. Despite what you may have heard, Sequoia is OPEN for business, not just some of it, but all of it, including the outdoor patio. With Washington Harbour's only working fountain, you can enjoy the warm weather while you sip on delicious cocktails, watching the crewing on the Potomac and boats dock at the boardwalk. Stay awhile and sit under the stars as you dine.

Sequoia's dining room (Photo by: Sequoia Restaurant) Sequoia's dining room

The big news is that their executive chef, Darek Tidwell, and his culinary team are creating small miracles every day in the kitchen. He's got a new Spring/Summer menu. With some wonderful exciting new dishes on the menu like the Lobster Mac & Cheese and the Crispy Duck Breast,  whatever you choose, your dining experience is sure to be memorable.

Don't miss out on the amazing Sunday brunches.

Inside Sequoia (Photo by: Sequoia Restaurant) Inside Sequoia

Sequoia is located at 3000 K Street at Washington Harbour. Tel. 202.944.4200


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Georgetown BNI Networking Mixer May 10

May 7, 2011

The Georgetown Chapter of Business Networking International (BNI) invites you May 10 for a mixer at the Daily Grill at 1310 Wisconsin Avenue from 5:00 -7:00 pm. 

The weekly meetings are a social and fun way to meet and network with other local professionals in a casual and comfortable environment.

With a focus on increasing the  amount of business done by referral for each member through a  word of mouth referrals, BNI has become a recognized organization around the world. BNI encourages and enables members to develop long-term, meaningful relationships with quality business professionals  which lead to quality business leads.

For more information, please contact Steve Pflsaterer at DCHome4You@aol.com


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Tudor Place hosts annual garden party

May 5, 2011

Despite cool evening temperatures, the Nineteenth Annual Garden Party at Tudor Place was teeming with residents and guests eager to take in the live music, gourmet buffet, lush green lawn, and colonial history. Among the attendees were Georgetown notables, such as Councilmember Jack Evans, Bill Starrels, Ed Solomon, and Nancy Bubes. The Garden Party brings together residents, and business/community representatives to enjoy the historic property. Many local businesses helped to support the event, including the Georgetown Business Association. “GBA is proud to be a supporter of the Tudor Place Garden Party for the second year in a row,” said GBA’s Rokas Beresniovas. “Now, more than ever, its very important for nonprofits to work with and support each other for the benefit of the community.”


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