Cheers to that
Subterranean cocktail bar 2 Birds 1 Stone is celebrating it’s fourth anniversary Monday, August 28 by serving $6 drinks including pina coladas, dark and stormys, and assorted punches. The party, which is open to the public, is scheduled to take place from 7 p.m. to midnight at the popular 14th Street drinks den.
Bethesda magazine reports that Mekonnen Abraham, the co-founder of Lucy restaurant in neighboring Silver Spring, Maryland, plans to open a modified version of his Ethiopian eatery this fall in the space recently vacated by wine bar Grapeseed. The latest iteration of Lucy is expected to serve gluten-free injera and over a dozen vegan dishes along with core offerings from the flagship location.
ARLnow reports that perennial cheap eats favorite Ravi Kabob is adding another dimension to its dining empire along Glebe Road. “Ravi Kabob for Family” is moving into the space formerly occupied by a flower shop in Buckingham Shopping Center. No word on when the renovation will be completed. [Bethesda, ARLnow]
PoPville continues to track The Reef owner Brian Harrison’s comeback bid in Logan Circle. The latest: the application for a liquor license indicates that the “new tavern” (1317 14th Street NW) plans to serve beer, wine, and cocktails to around 400 people, and could feature dancing and live music (a “small stage” is mentioned). [PoPville]
Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback turned football commentator Troy Aikman at Il Canale in Georgetown.