Archive for November, 2007
PQ Living reader Daniel let us know in October that Wolfgang Puck’s new restaurant, The Source, is a great addition to the neighborhood. I decided to check it out one night and couldn’t agree more. Read on to find out…
According to this site, there is 15,000 sq ft of retail space available on the first floor at 777 6th St NW.
The Verizon Center marketing machine is in overdrive. We know because these square sidewalk posters advertising the upcoming BB&T Classic college basketball tournament (as well as commemerating the Phone Booth’s (Verizon Center) 10th anniversary) can now be found all over the sidewalk blocks near the Phone Booth. We’ve reported on these posters before but this campaign […]
We noticed a pretty nice article in the LA Times (free registration required) on changes to the Penn Quarter. This isn’t some quick blurb about places to spend your money; rather, it is a detailed article discussing the past & present of our booming neighborhood. Reading it you’ll recognize many names from our community. Even if […]
Yes, it’s that time festive time of year again and it wouldn’t be downtown or the Penn Quarter if we didn’t have the downtown holiday market publicity machine fired up and running. Last year, this writer stumbled across some good finds for both the gals (stinky…I mean aromatic candles) and the guys (wood business card holders). There […]
Soups, sandwiches, a salad bar, Gifford’s ice cream, espresso, and beer/wine grace the Kogod Courtyard cafe menu. The cafe stays open from 11:30am – 6:30pm in the wifi-enabled courtyard. For those who are interested, here is a pic of their current menu:
Earlier this month we mentioned the combined effort of the Downtown Neighborhood Association (DNA), Downtown BID, The Downtowner, Penn Quarter Neighborhood Association and BB & T Bank to get a good snapshot of downtowners. We want to remind everyone that the survey period expires this Friday so if you want to participate, there are a few […]