BONFIRE OPENS IN DUPONT CIRCLE FEATURING, AGED, SMOKED COCKTAILS, EXTENSIVE S’MORES MENU & FIRE FOCUSED FARE

Downtown Washington heats up with Bonfire’s eclectic New American menu, campfire inspired desserts, seasonal ingredients and classic cocktails from the hearth

WASHINGTON, DC (April 25, 2016) – The Social Restaurant Group is thrilled to announce the opening of their newest concept, Bonfire, an innovative, campfire focused restaurant and bar located in the heart of Dupont Circle. Under Executive Chef R.L. Boyd and Pastry Chef Ellen Diekemper, Bonfire will take Washington, DC by fiery storm with a playful menu incorporating elements of smoke, fire, and rustic cast iron cooking techniques in the form of creative s’mores, campfire skillets and an innovative menu highlighting seasonal ingredients such as day boat scallops, rockfish and wild mushrooms.   Continue reading

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Ted’s Bulletin for Brunch!

Their aren’t many weekends that I get to go to brunch so I wanted to make this time count. I heard about Ted’s Bulletin on 14th and wanted to get in on the great food. When you walk in, you feel like you have gone back in time to the 30’s. The story about Ted is quite interesting, I’ll let you read that yourself.

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DCity Smokehouse Launches with Revive-On-the-Go

I got a special invite to the opening of the DCity Smokehouse launching with Revive-On-The-Go. I had never even heard of this place and am so happy I am discovering it. It is definitely a place you need to add on your go to food spots. It isn’t much space for sitting down and eating but you can eat it on the go, dangerous, or just be patient and eat it once you get to your destination.

Revive-On-The-Go (the dine-out arm of Revive Events and Catering in the Bloomingdale neighborhood)  is the highly sought-after eatery that will be serving up classic savory barbecue dishes with an artisan touch.

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Emijaa Jaaemil Jewelry Feature!!!

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Some history about you.

My name is Emijaa Jaaemil – I work for a corporate law firm by day and jewelry designer both day and night. I graduated with a BS in Journalism from St. Johns University which is where I took my first and only class in jewelry design. I started making jewelry in 2008 but officially launched my jewelry line in Fall 2009. Currently, I handcraft my jewelry out of my Brooklyn apt.

I would like to know the description of your line and how you were inspired.

My jewelry is handcrafted wire wrapped accessories using artistic wire and crystal beads and/or semi-precious stones. I love things that are unique and make a statement. I’m inspired by everything – colors, shapes, past designs… I’m always looking for ways to evolve the jewelry I have already made…

How long you have been making jewelry.

I’ve been making jewelry for 5 years…

What are some inspiring jewelry lines that have influenced your direction with making jewelry.

Some lines I absolutely love are – Dannijo, Fenton and Fallon, Lionette, Lulu Frost, Gemma Redux… I love classic pieces… to me it’s important to wear something thats bold but still classy…. I’m not a fringe and feather kinda gal…

And last how can we stay connected and purchase your pieces.

You can find Emijaa Jaaemil Jewelry on: Instagram and Twitter @EmijaaJaaemil; Facebook @EmijaaJaaemilJewelry but most importantly – my online shop… http://shop.emijaajaaemil.com

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