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December 24, 2010 Leave a comment
Given they were founded only in September of 2009 – a few month before I launched Awesome DC, I was very impressed with the turn out. Tati and Sandro started the company with the goal to showcase emerging talent in the visual arts, short film, music, and performance art in the Washington, DC.
Washington could use more people like these guys. Their work is right along line with my mission with awesome DC blog and my social media company, awesomize.me that I launched last month With their focus in art and mine in technology, I believe we should be able to position Washington, DC as the hub for Art, Culture, technology, partying, and fun events, as opposed to just classic Politics, corruption, scandals, and the fuck ups Read more of this post
August 2, 2010 1 Comment
Frankly, I am surprised they last this long. They were both my least favorite clubs in DC. I tried both of them only once and that was my last. Although, four-story mega type of clubs sound exciting and has had a great success in other cities and States, but the model doesn’t work for Washingtonians. Most Washingtonian are two sophisticated to go clubbing in places that looks like junk yard. I would say Ibiza is next to file for chapter 11. Read more of this post
July 23, 2010 Leave a comment
Today, July 23 beginning at 12:00 PM, join Revolution Cycles City Hub for its lunch-time Hub Spin, a free weekly ride takes cyclists on a guided tour of the local sights. Participants can reserve a bike here and use the code LUNCHSPIN. Reserve a bike.
Today, July 23 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM, enjoy free music from “Jazz in the Garden” at the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden, 700 Constitution Ave NW this and every Friday evening until September 10. Picnic baskets of fruit, wine, and cheese are available for purchase or pre-order from the Pavilion Café. Read more of this post
May 3, 2010 Leave a comment
The evening will start with a celebration of breathtaking Spanish dance with a passionate flamenco and Paso Doble performance. Afterwards, you may meet and socialize with others as you enjoy the elegant and chic atmosphere of L2 Lounge. The joint is one of the most exclusive lounges in Georgetown known for outstanding design, sound, audio visual effects, and refinement. read more…
December 13, 2009 Leave a comment
by Kamran Abdi
Here is another Club/Lounge you definitely wanna a check out next time you are in DC or if you live in DC. It is called L2. Like Lima, it is an upscale evening type of place right in Georgetown Washington, DC. Although, they have been around for a few years, but I recently heard about them and went there last week. Fantastic place! I still prefer Lima though. I really like the architecture and the atmosphere in L2 – it is cozier and sexier. The place is designed to put you in the mood if you had a crappy week. The booze are rip off though! A glass of Merlot $14! Are you out of your freaking mind? I get a much better wine at Lima with almost half the price.
As for the crowd, I would say Lima is more international and younger. I think it is the $20 – $30 cover charge at L2. Lima also has a cover charge, but, only for guys who are by themselves or with another guy which makes sense. So, if you are with a girl at Lima, you get in for free. It is free for the girls. I just don’t understand the cover for the girls at L2. If they don’t drop their cover for the girls, not sure how long they will last.
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