DC alcohol board lifts Georgetown’s liquor license limit

Looks like Georgetown residents will have a few more places to complain about on Saturday nights. Yesterday afternoon, the Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC) unanimously voted to alter Georgetown’s decades-old moratorium on liquor licenses. The moratorium, which has been… Read More

ANC Wrapup: Harassment, crêpes, and Late Night Shots

With everyone’s favorite amateur photog soliciting ANC support, a bi-decennial liquor license moratorium discussion, a Late Night Shots founder pushing for greater leeway for his new restaurant, and a debate about the relative merits of pizza and crepes… Read More

ANC Wrapup: Georgetown sees a worrying rise in crimes and crêpes

Tuesday night’s Advisory Neighborhood Commission meeting may be remembered by historians as the start of a new chapter in the Georgetown neighborhood crusade against late night takeout eateries. Plus, MPD reaffirms its commitment to increased patrols in the… Read More

ANC Wrapup: Stoplights, liquor license moratorium, and Jelleff Field

Monday night’s marathon Advisory Neighborhood Commission meeting was one of the most contentious in recent memory, with most of the meetings devoted to a controversial Department of Parks and Recreation agreement with the private Maret School for developing… Read More