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TAIL UP GOAT
Serving exquisite dishes that blend Mediterranean and Caribbean cuisine, Tail Up Goat is the latest venture from the team behind the acclaimed Greek restaurant Komi.

Cuisines Collide in DC’s Latest ‘It’ Restaurant

April 15, 2016 at 12:08 am 0 comments

★★★★★  A modern bistro that serves Mediterranean and Caribbean cuisine, Adams Morgan restaurant Tail Up Goat has been making waves in the District. Owners Bill Jensen, Jill Tyler and chef Jon Sybert are all alumni of Komi, the acclaimed Greek restaurant in Dupont Circle that is highly frequented and adoredRead More

NAZCA MOCHICA 
Nazca Mochica offers its diners an engaging atmosphere with an intriguing layout and attentive staff, contributing to a unique Peruvian dining experience.

A Peek Into a Peruvian Palette

February 19, 2016 at 12:08 am 0 comments

★★★★☆ The latest addition to Washington, D.C.’s wide array of ethnic eateries, Nazca Mochica is conveniently located just two blocks from Dupont Circle on P Street, specializing in a contemporary version of authentic Peruvian fare. Serving a selection of dishes rooted in Peruvian cuisine with a modern twist, the restaurantRead More

LUPITA HUMBERT/ THE HOYA
Little Sesame takes pride not only in preparation, but also in presentation.

Little Sesame Carves Out a Niche in Dupont

January 29, 2016 at 12:14 am 1 comment

★★★★☆ Over the past few years, D.C. has seen an abundance of new restaurants specializing in hummus. Fast-casual hummus pop-up joint Little Sesame hopped onto the bandwagon recently, opening earlier this month on 18th Street near Dupont Circle. Located in the basement of DGS Delicatessen, a well-known Jewish deli, theRead More

ILLUSTRATION BY JESUS RODRIGUEZ /THE HOYA
The new McDonough Bus Turnaround is the off- and on-loading point for four GUTS lines; the campus plan-dictated change has increased commute and wait times for students and workers, including an approximate doubling  in time of the Dupont Circle loop.

GUTS Lines Rerouting Draws Ire

November 10, 2015 at 12:16 am 1 comment

The permanent rerouting of four Georgetown University Transportation Shuttle lines has resulted in longer waiting times and mixed responses from riders, as the McDonough Bus Turnaround opened yesterday. As per the 2010 Campus Plan, in which the university agreed to lessen noise and traffic congestion in the surrounding neighborhood, theRead More

The BEACH Moves to Dupont Circle

September 29, 2015 at 12:06 am 0 comments

The BEACH, a summer installation of 650,000 translucent plastic balls at the National Building Museum in the District was moved to Dupont Underground for a second installation and art competition Sept. 7. Designed by architecture collective Snarkitecture, the BEACH was open at the NBM July 4 to Sept. 7. TheRead More

Inside D.C.’s Farmers’ Markets

Inside D.C.’s Farmers’ Markets

July 19, 2015 at 12:00 am 0 comments

On any given Wednesday afternoon during the school year, you can find me stopped at the Georgetown University Farmers’ Market sampling the fresh fruit and vegetables and waiting anxiously in line for my non-Leo’s lunch. Going to the farmers’ market became a weekly ritual that I always looked forward to.Read More

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2 Students Reportedly Die in Dupont Circle Fire

June 3, 2015 at 9:19 pm 0 comments

Update 1:12 p.m (June 5, 2015): One Georgetown student, Nina Brekelmans (GRD ’15), was confirmed to have died in the fire. The other victim was a University of Maryland graduate. See full story here: Georgetown Graduate Dies in Dupont Circle Fire. Two Georgetown students died in a Dupont Circle house fire earlyRead More

Across DC

Across DC

May 15, 2015 at 12:00 am 0 comments

ADAMS MORGAN Adams Morgan Summer Concert Series When: Every Saturday until June 13, 2015, 5-7 p.m. Where: Corner of 18th St. NW and Columbia Road Price: Free Info: Facebook.com/pages/Adams-Morgan-Summer-Concert-Series The Adams Morgan Summer Concert Series is an outdoor concert series that runs for six consecutive weekends on the corner ofRead More

Cafe and Bookstore is Recipe for Mediocrity

Cafe and Bookstore is Recipe for Mediocrity

April 17, 2015 at 12:02 am 0 comments

★★★☆☆ $$$ After a lot of teasing, spring has finally sprung, and with it returns our courage to leave our dorms, venturing outdoors for longer than ten minutes. The perfect weather this past weekend saw tourists and locals filling the streets, monuments, and restaurants of Washington, D.C. Right in theRead More

CLAIRE CARRIQUE FOR THE HOYA
Aside from the red-quinoa stuffed peppers, the expensive lunch options at Second State on M. Street leave a lasting impression. However, the prices are not tailored for college students.

Pricey Lunch is a Palate Pleaser

January 30, 2015 at 12:04 am 0 comments

The recently opened restaurant Second State’s venue almost goes unnoticed on the opposite end of M Street — or at least so the heavy rain made it seem. Located at 1831 M Street, right off of Dupont Circle, Second State was easily and inexpensively accessible by splitting an Uber withRead More