I had so many adventures on Saturday in Dupont Circle, that I had to get more of these up. When coming up from the metro, some mad rifts were echoing through the long escalator tunnel. When I got to the top, this young musician was just tearing it up. He had loads of cash swimming in his guitar case. I said “holy crap, you’re making bank today!” He replies,” This is a slow day, normally I make $200 an hour…”….Go check him out. CHEERS!
Spring was alive on Saturday in Dupont Circle. From the Yogi’s to the chess players, musicians, tourists, lovers and friends, it was clear DC was ready to come out of hibernation. It’s seriously time to put away the snow boots and bring out the sandals.
Another glorious day in our Nation’s Capitol. Cheers!
I ventured to 14th street on a 65 degree Saturday, and needed a little fix from one of my favorites. If you’re looking for a place to wine dine and dance, Cafe Saint-EX is a rad weekend spot. Cheers!
Mellowed out this weekend at this rad spot. Check it out. Cheers!
Calm snowy grounds in a DC park. TGIF.
In case you all were wondering, Farragut Square is where the REAL Pigeon Lady is…She feeds the birds at the same time every day. They follow her in masses like puppies. Its hilarious to watch. Even they guy who works in the parking garage has her routine down to a science. Catch the show, 2:30 pm daily. “Tuppence a Bag”…name that reference and you are automatically insanely cool. :) #clearlyimatheatrekid.
Dear H St.,
Thank you so much for putting the coolest place on earth in our Nations Capital. Because if it were not for H St. at all, and not for the Rock & Roll Hotel, DC would suck.
At first I figured i wanted to keep my page anonymous so i deleted this photo off of my page…after seeing the response it generated, I decided to put it back up. This is me. THANKS for the reblog’s and for the cool response. You all rock. Cheers.
CD Cellar. Let’s talk about this treasure chest. Its nondescript outer shell may appear to be just a random shop to any passer by. But to the more favorable crowd ( or shall we say hip ) we know better. You can smell the used vinyl a block away. The second you walk in, wall to wall vinyl records, used and new, slap you in the face. The smell of the ‘69 just burn your nose hairs. Axl Rose, Sinatra, Bowie, Elton John, (need I say more) are all there. Digging through the $1 section can take up an entire day. Seriously guys, its like a time warp of awesome. Any music fan would get lost in these four walls for days. You all are welcome.
I seriously couldn’t get over the fact that SKI BALL was inside a bar…WHAT THE?!?! IS THIS REAL LIFE?! Plus the bartender was pretty…CHEERS!
This spot was next on the H St. Tour. Seriously this place brought me back to the 3rd grade. You can play Connect Four, Trivial Persuit, eat cheese puffs , and on certain nights grab a fresh pulled pork sammy with fried pickles. The combo of board games, beer and grub just bring the best out in people. Cheers.
My #1 spot on the H St. DC Tour. Old school music videos and jams, sushi and tater tots washed down with PBR and Saki Bombs. RAD. cheers.