In The Know
Check out the new Georgetown pop-up in Cady’s Alley, August 21st from 6:00 to 9:00 pm at L2 Lounge.
Founded by three friends, Ashley, Marshall and Carla, ANTHOM is an international online boutique featuring exclusive capsule collections and thoughtfully curated clothing and accessories by under-the-radar designers and independent labels from the USA and around the globe.
This event is open to the public.
L2 Lounge is located at 3315 Cady's Alley.
A non-profit bakery is coming to Georgetown. Dog Tag Bakery will be opening on Grace Street in the former home of the Chinese restaurant, Grace and Bamboo.
According to its website, "the bakery will feature an assortment of baked breads, from Father Curry’s book, The Secret to Jesuit Bread Making, as well as specialty, seasonal, and holiday items. The Bakery will also offer light fare for breakfast and lunch, and a full service coffee and beverage bar."
And for the canine owners, homemade dog biscuits!
The bakery's mission is “To create a bold, new model for transition assistance and job training for veterans (and their care givers) with a service-connected disability who served in the U.S. Armed Forces.”
Looking for something scrumptious and old fashioned to do over the 4th of July holiday weekend reminiscent of our Founding Father, George Washington?
Come try the I Cannot Tell a Lie Sundae at Serendipity3 available for a limited time beginning July 3rd. Homemade cherry pie is served up in a big bowl with hot milk chocolate fudge; scoops of vanilla ice cream; white chocolate fudge; whipped cream; red, white and blue sprinkles; a homemade white chocolate star; and a cherry on-top. Pastry chef Serap makes the cherry pies and white chocolate candies from scratch daily. I cannot tell a lie, the dessert is big enough for two and is $16.
Serendipity3 is located at 3150 M Street.