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Where Am I?

In a salute to the less photographed (but no less beautiful and surprising) parts of DC, this intrepid on-foot photographer brings you a classic: the Where Am I? post.  Inspired by Prince of Petworth in particular, I found myself pausing from time to time as I walk around our fair city, thinking, “Wow, I just like the way this looks.”

Use the comments section to let me know your guess.  Or maybe you already know!  Extra credit if you can name that artist.

Posted by Haley Fults.  Follow her on Twitter.


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Zuppa Fresca: What’s Italian for Potential?

pic courtesy of Prince of Petworth

Zuppa Fresca, one of NoMa‘s latest restaurants, is tucked away in the ground floor of the Loree Grand luxury apartment building at 250 K Street NE. They serve modern Italian cuisine. It has some nice outdoor seating and a strangely configured dining room inside, featuring sharp black tablecloths. Fancy! There’s also a fully stocked bar where you can just hang and sip on a glass of your favorite chianti. The cantina song from Star Wars played overhead, which was certainly a first in my book.

My brocolini di pollo was delicious, however, the crab bruschetta left a little to be desired. The service is a bit slow, but I’m sure it’s just a case of getting things in order. We here at DC Style is Real hope Chef Alfio Celia can work out the kinks and give NoMa a great place to go for indulging  in rich, tasty Italian.  In a spot devoid of many other quality lunch options, a go-to place would be a boon to the growing near-H neighborhood.
Written by Joel Church. Buy his book Fingerprints here at Amazon.

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