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  1. saf


    Thank you! I'll be trying this.
  2. saf


    That's fascinating, and I would like to try doing that. Recipe? Or instructions?
  3. saf

    New Orleans, LA

    Last time we were there (11/16), we were told they were going to have to move - the museum owns the building, and uses the upstairs for storage. They apparently have decided that archives and restaurants should not share a building. They were looking for new space at the time. In the meantime, try Adolfo's, on Frenchman, above the Apple Barrel.
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    One More Time?

    Just saw this - I'll ask a question.
  5. I have many issues with this. This is the only decent pizza that I can get delivered. Now what am I going to do?
  6. I think he just hasn't updated the page. Columbia Heights store is indeed gone, Kennedy Street was open on Saturday.
  7. We ate at the bar last night. So going to miss this place. I have a thing for movies, so the ability to go to the Silver and then have a good, affordable dinner has been great. Love the food, love the staff and will miss Nick and Elliot so very much.
  8. Oh dear. I love their pizza, but have only ever been to the downtown location (and used to eat from the food truck.) I hope downtown is not going anywhere!
  9. American History rather than NGA I think. I loved that place. My childhood favorite ice cream parlors were Lovell's, in Elmira NY, and Buckman's, in Rochester NY. (both now long gone.) Farrel's was OK, but I only experienced it a few times during the 3 years we lived in Los Angeles. There used to be Swensen's here... I went to the one by GW on an early date with the now-husband. (I also miss Abbott's, but that's a custard stand, not an ice cream parlor. And I can go there when I visit the parents. But the only one I like is the one at Charlotte, on Lake Avenue.) If you find an ice cream parlor around here, I will be very happy and will go there.
  10. The Wharf developers perhaps, but it can't go on NPS land. From a NYT story (can't turn up any of the Post stories right now): "The work, which depicts a bearded man trapped in the earth, was installed, using a temporary permit, along with 500 other pieces as part of a 1980 citywide art exhibition. Six years after the installation, Congress passed a law requiring all public art on National Park Service land in Washington to be installed for a short period unless it was commemorative."