Archive for December, 2012
Follow PQ Living via Facebook here and Twitter here. Our Flickr tag is pqliving. Here’s what we were reading recently about neighborhood news in DC. Have something to add? Leave it in the comments! Tips? Send them in confidentiality to: pqliving [at] gmail.com Penn Quarter – The Shakespeare Theatre wins the legal battle to stay on 7th St NW (400 block). […]
Happy Holidays to all of Penn Quarter, downtown DC, and our readers. We greatly appreciated your support and readership throughout 2012 – we can’t do it without you! We will be taking a break until later this week and hope you all enjoy time with family and loved ones this holiday season!
And if you live or work in PQ, it is possible that your shoe guy is moving too. G Street Shoe & Luggage repair (1204 G Street NW) is moving and changing names this weekend. As of Christmas Eve Monday (12/24) it will be called 12th & I Street Cleaners and Shoe Repair, located at […]
Astro Doughnuts will come soon to 1308 G St NW in January 2013 but a preview is available today and tomorrow in the form of a popup within the Chinatown Coffee Company (475 H St NW) starting at 8 am each day. Pastry Chef Jason Gehring and founder Elliot Spaisman will be on hand selling doughnuts […]
A few more holiday shopping ideas from around the neighborhood. For the Artist Bright Painted Ornaments at Anthropolgie (950 F St., NW) Wood Block Print Notecards by Katharine Watson at PQ Holiday Market For Your Best Gal Pal
From the Penn Quarter Neighborhood Association, we learned about an informational neighborhood meeting this Friday, December 21 at 11 am to brief attendees about how the Secret Service and MPD prepare the neighborhood for the January 2013 inauguration. PQ Living covered the inauguration four years ago and there is notable reconfiguration to the neighborhood to […]
I know we’re late to the party on this one, but we were finally able to secure seats outside on the lower patio at Poste Brasserie (555 8th ST NW) around one of the fire pits, and it was just as nice as we thought it would be. The upper-patio at Poste with normal dining […]