Wharf DC

Pendry Hotels & Resorts has opened the Pendry Washington DC at District Wharf

District Wharf’s Pendry Washington DC unveiled

Unique in design, packed with amenities, Pendry Washington DC to stand out among accommodations in nation’s capital

Pendry Hotels & Resorts has opened the Pendry Washington DC at The District Wharf. This is the first time the luxury hotel brand has been represented in the nation’s capital. The new hotel features 131 amazing guestrooms and suites.

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Thrasher’s Rum Royale on the rooftop of Tiki TNT is fast approaching, coming in June

Thrasher’s Rum Royale finalists to compete in June

Thrasher’s Rum Royale on the rooftop of Tiki TNT, a Polynesian-style waterfront watering hole, is fast approaching. For two decades, Todd Thrasher has been ingrained in the cocktail movement of Washington, DC. Supporting local bartenders, his search for the most creative cocktail talents has led to the upcoming Thrasher’s Rum Royale competition slated for Monday, June 6.

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Tiki TNT has a new executive chef in Steve Y. Kim, who had hosted several pop-up dinners at the waterfront island-vibe bar and eatery

Tiki TNT names Steve Y. Kim executive chef

New menu reflects Kim’s origins, culinary creativities combining Korean influence, island flavors

Tiki TNT at the Wharf DC has a new executive chef in Steve Y. Kim, who had hosted several pop-up dinners at the waterfront island-vibe bar and eatery. Now, the menu will combine Kim’s Korean background and culture into new dishes that also reflect island-vibrant flavors and robust tastes.

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At Recreation Pier, the Wharf Boathouse offers walk-up service for kayak and paddleboard rentals on a first-come, first-served basis

Spring means on-the-water fun at District Wharf

Getting there on the water taxi is half the fun

Spring is in the air and the District Wharf has something for everyone. At Recreation Pier, the Wharf Boathouse offers walk-up service for kayak and paddleboard rentals on a first-come, first-served basis. Classes and tours can be booked in advance. For those who can’t stay away from the river, season passes can also be purchased.

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The Salt Line reopens in May for takeout with TSL To Go

The Salt Line reopens for takeout via TSL To-Go

New menu brings fan favorites and seafood classics in a takout format

Spring is in full bloom and many Capitol Riverfront fans are welcoming the return of The Salt Line. The riverside restaurant and bar by award-winning chef and partner Kyle Bailey reopens May 13. The all-takeout menu, known as TSL To-Go, will feature much of the traditional fare and New England-inspired classics for which the restaurant is known. The Salt Line will offer the To-Go menu items for pick-up or delivery.

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Officina reopens Terrazza, adds to-go Cafe window

Officina Provisions, Masseria a Casa continue to provide food, meals for the home

According to an email from Nicholas Stefanelli, Officina is open again for on-premises dining. Both the Trattoria menu and the fire-isde Terrazza option are available on the rooftop pergola. The restaurant also opened up outdoor seating at the Cafe. The Cafe experience starts with the to-go window that was opened for added convenience due to the pandemic.

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Officina Provisions provide a bounty of meal options for the home. These are available from Officina through pickup or delivery orders.

Officina Provisions provide a bounty of goodness during stay-at-home

Delivered and pick-up market items provide variety to break up the fridge-food preparation monotony

There’s something cooking at the District Wharf, and it just might be something you have to finish off at home. During stay-at-home orders, Officina Provisions look like just the ticket to get specialty food for the home and break up the fridge-food monotony. Delivered to customers’ doors, the meal kits come in packages that can be prepared at home or already prepared.

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