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Bisnow: What’s Cooking In Union Kitchen

Down an alley where the Union Station train tracks tangle with one another is a food incubator full of passionate artisans making everything from pizza and sipping vinegar to boozy cupcakes and fruit-based Thai hot sauce. Typically just a nerve center of kitchens—every once in a while Union Kitchen invites in the food community for happy […]

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Washington Post: BBQ Joint at Union Market: A place that smokes in moderation

As Andrew Evans stood over a wood cutting board and sliced thick lengths of brisket at the new BBQ Joint location at Union Market, I asked the pitmaster what kind of rub he uses. Salt and pepper? Or something more elaborate? “I can’t stand salt-and-pepper rubs,” Evans responded. If we were holding this conversation in some […]

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Frozen Tropics: Nerds in NoMa Returns Tonight

The free DC-centric speaker series Nerds in NoMa kicks off its new season tonight with a look at DC food trucks. Treasure Trucks (RSVP) runs from 6-8pm (1200 1st Street NE). Attendees may purchase gourmet grilled cheese provided by the food truck the Big Cheese. Free beer and wine is available for attendees 21 and over. http://frozentropics.blogspot.com/2015/01/nerds-in-noma-returns-tonight.html

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DCist: About Tonight: January 12, 2015

TUESDAY: Yes, fashion trucks are a thing. Learn what it takes to start one (or a food truck) during the “Treasure Trucks,” edition of Nerds in NoMA. The Lobby Project (1200 First Street NE) 6-8 p.m. Free http://dcist.com/2015/01/about_tonight_774.php

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The GW Hatchet: Your Week: Back to the District

Nerds in NoMa: This winter speaker series brings the nerds – or rather hipsters – together to discuss topics like street art, beekeeping and local brewing. On Tuesday, meet like-minded connoisseurs and learn about mobile businesses. This week’s speakers include Mike Lenard from TaKorean and Laura Layton from Tin Lizzy Mobile Boutique. Food trucks will […]

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Bisnow: NSO In Your Neighborhood!

Last night we also embraced the icy winds and trekked toUnion Market’s Dock 5 for the National Symphony Orchestra kickoff ensemble concert of NSO in Your Neighborhood. We snapped Wells Fargo’s Joaquin Gallardo with NSO board member Linda Mercuro, her husband Tobias, and NSO supporter Katy Siddall. The event sold out of 1,500 free tickets. Guests of […]

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Washingtonian: 6 DC Neighborhoods Were Among Redfin’s 30 “Most Competitive” in 2014

Rising prices and quick closings are staples of Washington’s contemporary real-estate market, and a year-end summary from the listing company Redfin piles on even more evidence that Washington continues to be one of the trickiest places to buy a home. Redfin included six pockets of DC in its roundup of 2014’s “Most Competitive Neighborhoods,” more […]

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Washington Post: Union Kitchen’s partners plan to open a Capitol Hill cafe, plus new details about their Ivy City expansion

By spring, D.C. will be seeing many more locally made goods, thanks to a planned expansion of Union Kitchen. New details have emerged about the food incubator — which counts among its members brands like Broodjes and Bier, Capital Kombucha, and Dirty South Deli — and its new facility planned for Ivy City. And with […]

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Newsletter: New Year in NoMa

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Washington Business Journal: D.C.’s most competitive housing neighborhoods

Six of the nation’s 30 most competitive neighborhoods for housing market sales in 2014 were in the District, according to real estate firm Redfin. Even as residential sales slow metro-wide in Washington, there are pockets in the District where house and condo sellers are getting multiple offers, and properties are selling in a matter of […]

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