The Week Ahead….


Eat Bar – formerly Krazy Burger – opened on Barracks Row this month.  For the food and drink menus and the jukebox selections, go here:

Eat Bar –in the former Krazy Burger location at  415 8th Street, SE – opened on Barracks Row this month.  For the food and drink menus and the free play jukebox selections, go here:

The Week Ahead…

By Larry Janezich

  1. ANC 6A Transportation & Public Space Committee meets at 7:00pm at Capitol Hill Towers, 900 G Street, NE.

Among items on the agenda:

Discussion of DDOT meeting on 17th Street, NE, and 19th Street, NE, redesign projects to be held on May 3 at 6:30 p.m. at the Rosedale Community Center, 1700 Gales Street NE.

Discussion with DPW and DDOT Public Space Committee representatives on alley trash receptacles.

Sidewalk café permit application for BAB Korean Fusion, 1387 H Street, NE

Residential Permit Parking request for 1000 block of 10th Street, NE

Pedestrian crossing at Benning Road and 18th Street, NE

Tuesday, April 19

  1. ANC6A Alcoholic Beverage Licensing Committee meets at 7:00pm at Sherwood Recreation Center, 10th and G Streets, NE

Among items on the agenda:

Update on status of protest hearing of the license renewal for Touche at 1123 H Street NE. See here:

Discussion of license renewals for: Khan’s BBQ (1125 H Street NE), Ocopa (1324 H Street NE), Ben’s Chili Bowl (1001 H Street NE), Dangerously Delicious Pies (1339 H Street NE), Gallery O on H (1354 H Street NE) (Multipurpose license), The Argonaut (1433 H Street NE), Da Luft (1242 H Street NE), Chupacabra (822 H Street NE), Conscious Café (1413 H Street NE), Cusbah (1128 H Street NE), Kitty’s Saloon (1208 H Street NE), Sticky Rice (1222-1224 H Street NE)

2. Capitol Hill Restoration Society Board of Directors meets at 6:30pm, Capitol Hill     Townhomes, 750 6th Street, SE, Second Floor.

3. DC Water Ward 6 Town Hall meeting, 6:30pm, Tyler Elementary School, 10th and G Streets, SE. Questions about DC Water activities and operations?  Ask General Manager George Hawkins and staff.

Wednesday, April 20

  1. ANC6A Economic Development and Zoning Committee meets at 7:00pm, Sherwood Recreation Center, Corner of 10th and G Streets, NE.

Among items on the agenda:

1603-1625 Benning Road, NE (Informational Presentation): The PUD seeks a land use designation change in order to develop the Property into a residential development with a significant portion of the units being dedicated to workforce housing.

920 – 922 H Street, NE, Applicant seeks variances to allow the construction of a mixed-use building with a restaurant and nine residential units.

2. PSA 106 meets at 7:00pm at 200 Eye Street, SE, First Floor – ID required.

3.Author talk – local author/artist Brett Busang (whose artwork was featured on CHC here: will discuss his recent book, “I Shot Bruce” at 6:00pm at Riverby Books, 417 East Capitol Street, SE.

From Busang’s publisher Open Books:

“Set in London, beginning in the early sixties and spanning five decades, I Shot Bruce follows Vijay Asunder, a rock-and-roll wannabe who, many decades after he is spurned by the manager of a singing group that eventually becomes world-famous, finally decides that he must kill the one person that symbolizes the success that has eluded him, his replacement.

During the fifty-year span of time, Asunder follows the fortunes of the band and its various members as he pursues the alternate and ever-so-quiet, but not-very-satisfying life he’s made for himself as an antique dealer. Yet with each passing year, and with each reminder of ‘what might have been,’ his obsession for revenge grows, until finally he must act.

Conceived loosely on the untimely dismissal and subsequent life of Pete Best, the so-called ‘fifth Beatle,’ Asunder’s perspective and his ultimate commitment to retribution differs markedly from Ringo Starr’s predecessor. Intelligent and intense, I Shot Bruce chronicles and dramatizes obsession to the point of self-destruction.”

Thursday, April 21

  1. Councilmember Charles Allen Ward 6 Budget Town Hall. 6:30pm at the DHS H Street service Center, 645 H Street, NE.
  2. Police Service Area (PSA) 108 public meeting, 7:00pm, First Baptist Church, 527 Kentucky Avenue, SE.

Saturday, April 23

POSTPONED.  Miner Elementary School, at 601 15th Street, NE, is hosting a spring Community Yard Sale on Saturday, April 23 from 9am to noon.


Drop off your gently used household items at any of the doors on the north side of the building near the cafeteria as follows:

Friday 4/22 after school from 4PM to 6PM

Saturday 4/23 before 9:00 am

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  1. Pans

    That place should be called ‘Meat Bar’ and not ‘Eat Bar’. All that seems to be on the menu. Even the olives are stuffed with meat, lol.