Rice at 1608 14th Street, NW is always a favorite in the neighborhood. The food is delicious, a combination of classic Thai dishes and other Asian offering. (A favorite of ours; it’s always very good.)
Eatonville, at 2121 14th Street, NW. A newcomer to the neighborhood… from the owner of Busboys and Poets. They have a menu inspired by New Orleans. Perfect for a late a lunch outdoors and very reasonable priced. (We ate lunch there earlier this week; the Po-Boys and cole slaw are excellent.)
Source Festival 2009 at 1835 14th Street, NW. This weekend… 18 short plays selected from 500 submissions; directed by DC’s top freelance directors. (See earlier posting.) The festival runs through July 12.
“Fever Dream” is presented by Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, 641 D Street NW. Based on Calderon de la Barca’s Life is a Dream, the show “becomes a very intelligent reflection giving us a lot to laugh about.”
No Soul For Sale at The Transformer Gallery at 1404 P Street NW. “The exhibition brings together the most exciting, creative and respected not-for-profit centers, alternative institutions, artists’ collectives and independent enterprises from around the world that contribute to the international art scene by inventing new strategies for the distribution of information and by supporting a diverse cultural program.”
Bookmark this blog: Free in DC. (It’s been added to the DC Bloggers links on the right.) Blogger Amy Merlose’s mission is to find free things to do in D.C. Here is her mission statement:
An arts and resource blog dedicated to all the cool, free, and super cheap events happening in Washington, DC… proving that you needn’t go broke enjoying what this city has to offer… and its a lot! Get the inside scoop from a local who knows how to get around town without a car… and without spending a lot! Written by Amy Melrose.