The owners of Dangerously Delicious Pies always dreamed of opening a concert venue in addition to selling pies, and now Washingtonian reports that they’ve made it happen at the H Street shop. Upstairs, there’s a 70-person space with a stage and a rotating lineup of musicians of all sorts of different musical genres. “Pie is a social food. It should be unpretentious, comforting, and enjoyed by folks from all walks of life,” says Dangerously Delicious Pies’ Sandra Basanti told Washingtonian. “Concerts have the same philosophy.”
Michelle Obama and friends went out to eat at Massimo Fabbri’s Tuscan restaurant in Shaw, San Lorenzo, over the weekend. Meanwhile, per Politico, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin was spotted at Georgetown’s Chez Billy Sud for Sunday brunch.
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Tis the season
It’s the start of pawpaw season, a local foraged fruit with a tropical taste. DCist tracks down where to find them at farmers markets around D.C. and chats with chefs like Jeremiah Langhorne at The Dabney, who talks about the challenges of sourcing these delicacies.
Bethesda’s Fresh Baguette is opening up a location in Georgetown, according to PoPville. The bakery serves all sorts of bread, croissants, sandwiches, groceries from France and pastries like chouquettes and macarons.