all the buzz in Petworth, Columbia Heights and the 14th Street Corridor-Washington, DC. Welcome to the beautiful life.
Yep, and apparetly a Mediterranean bistro is coming next to the Heightss.http://parkand14th.blogspot.com/2007/08/mediterranean-bistro-coming-to-kenyon.htmlOn the other hand, the theater & gallery parts of the Warehouse Theater is not coming to 11th and Park (restaurant/cafe and music venue yes).http://www.columbiaheightsnews.org/Entertainment/Entertainment-Front/Update-from-Warehouse-Theater-Owner.html
OMG, Julia's is the best! I love the Chilean.Also, I've always wondered: if we're being authentically Spanish about it, would Julia's be pronounced "hoo-lias" ? I always pronounce it that way in my head, but maybe I'm just being weird.
Ms Tart-You would be correct, "hoo-lias" is the proper way to pronounce it....just like Jesus is pronounced "hey-zoos" for us gringos.
from a latina POV....julia's is just a'ight.
Speaking of good news, this looks VERY promising indeed:http://www.columbiaheightsnews.org/Home/Ellwood-Thompsons/More-On-Ellwood-Thompsons-From-The-CEO.htmlHope they can make it happen!
"the good news" rarely conjures images of "who-lee-as" as much as "hey zues!" for many people.
Project KB, I am sorry, but I have no idea what you mean. :) Can you explain please?
Really? Okay, I'll bite. I was saying that for many people "the good news" refers to Jesus' resurrection and not Julia's Empanadas. I just took all of the themes from this thread and tied them together in what I thought was a quirky (and possibly ironic) coincidence.
Lol.. well, Santa Claus is more predictable.
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