DC -- Woodley Park neighborhood:
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- WOOD_200425_021.JPG: Duke's Counter
Now open for takeout
order on the patio
- or -
50% off all beer & wine
Open from 12-9
or order on Caviar's Doordash
- WOOD_200425_033.JPG: Must wear a mask
- WOOD_200425_045.JPG: Our store is open for mobile orders and Uber Eats 7am-3pm
- WOOD_200425_072.JPG: South Cathedral Mansions
- WOOD_200425_076.JPG: Connecticut Plaza
- WOOD_200425_080.JPG: How R U?
- WOOD_200425_121.JPG: Wardman Tower
- WOOD_200425_131.JPG: Take-out only service
Due to recommendations from local authorities, we are moving to take-out only service.
Our dining room is temporarily unavailable.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
- WOOD_200425_134.JPG: Mask or cloth face covering required.
Due to executive order, all customers and crew must wear face covering while in the restaurant.
We appreciate your support in keeping our crew and guests safe.
- WOOD_200425_147.JPG: ACE Hardware
- WOOD_200425_159.JPG: In Stock
Out of Stock
Aerosol disinfectant spray
[I'm not sure why "Disinfectant spray" was listed as In Stock, but "Aerosol disinfectant spray" was Out of Stock]
- WOOD_200425_161.JPG: Reusable masks
Made in Maryland
Cotton poly blend
Single masks $7.99
4 packs of masks
- WOOD_200425_166.JPG: Limit 4 per customer
Due to coronavirus outbreak there continues to be a global shortage of safety masks, antibacterial, cleaning & other products. We will continue to monitor and are doing our best to get in supplies to meet the demand.
Limit applies to masks, cleaning wipes & sprays, bleach, paper products, gloves, rubbing alcohol, sanitizers & soaps.
Thank you for understanding and helping us spread supplies among as many people as possible.
- WOOD_200425_167.JPG: Be considerate, buy only what you need
Due to concerns of cross-contamination, we are not accepting returns on emergency supplies.
This includes, but is not limited to, the following:
Personal items, such as face masks and gloves
Cleaning supplies, such as bleach or disinfectants
See store manager for further details.
Thank you for understanding.
- WOOD_200425_173.JPG: Karma Wraps
An effective mask alternative
Half size - $6.99
Wide/full size - $9.99
- WOOD_200425_176.JPG: Cannbolish
Natural Cannabis Odor Removers
Fight Smoke Odor with Plant Power
- WOOD_200425_218.JPG: Emergency Closure Notice
Pursuant to Mayor's Order 2020-048 to safeguard the public health, safety, and welfare of persons being or otherwise present in the District of Columbia, public use or occupancy of this facility is hereby ordered immediately suspended. This prohibition of facility use or occupancy shall remain in effect until March 31, 2020, unless further extended by the Mayoral declaration(s) of the current public health emergency.
- WOOD_200425_229.JPG: We're not closed
There's a job to be done.
Hospital personnel and recently laid off restaurant workers need a free meal. And families in our community need to be fed.
So, order our legendary PERi-PERi chicken-to-go online, through our app, phone-in or delivered by Doordash and UberEats.
And we'll follow the necessary steps to ensure the health and safety of your family and ours.
- WOOD_200425_233.JPG: Our grills are on!
Firing up to-go, web, app and delivery orders.
We're grilling your favorites while looking after the health and safety of our family and yours.
- WOOD_200425_237.JPG: Sorry for the inconvenience.
No public restrooms.
Thank you --
The lack of public bathrooms during the Covid-19 shutdown was a major hassle for anyone trying to visit the area, from delivery personnel to people stuck still going to meetings to folks like me doing photo excursion assignments. Your time outside was in part limited by thoughts about how long it would be before you needed to pee again.
- WOOD_200425_240.JPG: All guests over the age of 9 are required to wear face coverings while inside the enclosed area of the restaurant.
[The DC rule is actually age 2 or above but it varied by jurisdiction. In Maryland, it was 9.]
- WOOD_200425_247.JPG: Due to the current circumstances our hours of operation has changed to...
P.S. If you live in apt./condo and have front desk we'll welcome to valet to you.
We sell mask
- WOOD_200425_250.JPG: An apparently well-fed street person.
- WOOD_200425_258.JPG: A customer pick-up line @ Hot n Juicy Crawfish
- WOOD_200425_261.JPG: Dear Valued Patrons,
* All sales are final.
* Due to CDC regulations, our maximum capacity is 8 people on the patio at a time.
* No alcohol consumption on site
* Please practice physical distancing -- stand six feet apart.
* We will text you when your order is ready.
Thank you for your cooperation!
- WOOD_200425_281.JPG: A socially distanced conversation with friends on the second-floor balcony.
- WOOD_200425_297.JPG: Wish Woodley Park
We are informing all residents that we cannot allow any unauthorized food delivery personnel into the building including, but not limited to, UberEats, Grubhub, Doordash, Postmates, goPuff, etc.
Please coordinate according to be in the front lobby when your delivery personnel arrives.
- WOOD_200425_305.JPG: Connecticut Plaza
- WOOD_200425_311.JPG: Lillies Italian Restaurant & Bar
- WOOD_200425_314.JPG: Pandamania
by Emily Tellez
- WOOD_200629_21.JPG: A fairly complicated plywood window covering for the liquor store. Liquor stores tended to be a major target for vandalism during the BLM protests.
- Wikipedia Description: Woodley Park, D.C.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Woodley Park is a neighborhood in Northwest, Washington, DC. It is bounded on the north by Woodley and Klingle Roads, on the east by the National Zoo and Rock Creek Park, on the south by Calvert Street, on the southwest by Cleveland Avenue, and on the west by 34th Street.
Adjoining neighborhoods are Cleveland Park to the north, Mount Pleasant and Adams Morgan to the east, Kalorama to the south, Woodland-Normanstone Terrace to the southwest, and Massachusetts Heights to the west.
Woodley Park is served by the Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan Metro station, between Dupont Circle and Cleveland Park on the Red Line.
Straddling Connecticut Avenue south of the National Zoo is a neighborhood of fine early 20th-century row houses, a throwback to the days more than a century ago when developers hoped that this wide avenue that runs northward to the Maryland border would be a boulevard lined with elegant homes. Modern-day Connecticut Avenue north of the small Woodley Park historic district, however, is now mostly filled with high rise apartment houses — although the city's height limitation restricts them to no more than eight stories, they are considered high-rise by Washington standards. To the east, the neighborhood's curved streets overhang Rock Creek Park. On the west, they bend on the slope leading to the heights of Mt. Saint Albans, the site of Washington National Cathedral. The stately rows of meticulously designed houses are preserved intact, presenting streetscapes that have changed little for nearly a century. Though busy Connecticut Avenue is always just around the corner, the residential streets are leafy, green and serene.
On Connecticut Avenue, the row houses are now used as restaurants, offices and shops that serve residents and cater to throngs of Zoo visitors and travelers and conventioneers staying in the two large hotels on Calvert Street (the Omni Shoreham hotel) and Woodley Road (the Marriott Wardman Park hotel, the largest hotel in D.C.) on the edges of the historic district. At night, the place is a hive of activity, particularly since a shuttle bus (WMATA Metrobus No. 98) now runs between the Metro stop (Woodley Park/Adams Morgan) to the heart of Adams Morgan and the U Street Corridor. Shops and restaurants lining Connecticut Ave include many chains (such as a Baskin-Robbins, a Chipotle, a McDonald's, and a CVS), but also many fine local restaurants and shops.
The Woodley Park Community Association was established to support the in-town neighborhood quality of life in Woodley Park. It has several hundred members and works on issues of general neighborhood interest. Its web site provides information about the neighborhood and its history.
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