Jerry Malitz
Commissioner
ANC 3G-05

"Building Local Engagement"

NEWS & STORIES

HAPPY HOURS & SPECIALS AT CHEVY CHASE D.C. EATERIES
Here in Chevy Chase D.C. we are fortunate to have 6 fine establishments for our dining pleasure that also have various Happy Hours and Special Events. These establishments are all within a three block segment of Connecticut Avenue between Livingston and McKinley. No doubt many of us have frequented them on occasion. In addition to regular meals these other specials of which we can avail ourselves at these eateries range in time throughout the day and span every day of the week. Here is the current lowdown on what you can expect for Happy Hours/Specials along Connecticut Ave. in Chevy Chase.


Arucola - Happy Hour: Monday-Friday 5-7pm. Beer, wine, cocktails and rail drinks, aling with appetizer specials. At the bar only. Also, every Wednesday night is 1/2 price bottles of wine throughout the restaurant.

Blue 44 - Happy Hour: Monday-Friday 5-7pm. Beer, wine, cocktails and rail drink specials. Anywhere in the bar area (some tables included).
Chevy Chase Lounge (Parthenon) - Happy Hour: Monday-Friday 4-7pm. Beer, wine, cocktails and rail drink specials. Also, for all NFL games on Sunday, Monday and Thursday night drink and appetizer specials. Anywhere in the bar area (all tables included).
Little Beast - Late Night Happy Hour: Daily: Sunday-Saturday 9-11pm. Beer, wine and cocktail specials. At the bar only. Also, every Thursday night (8:30-11pm) is 1/2 price bottles of wine throughout the restaurant.
Macon - Early Reverse Happy Hour: Monday-Friday 11am-2pm. Beer, wine and cocktail specials. Also, every Monday night 1/2 price bottles of wine throughout the restaurant. 
The Avenue - Happy Hour: Monday-Friday 3-7pm. Beer, wine and cocktail specials. Throughout the bar area (bar tables included). Also, Wednesday nights 1/2 price bottles of wine throughout the restaurant.


All of this information is current at time of this posting (12/1/18). Enjoy and take advantage of what our neighborhood has to offer. 

FEBRUARY NEWSLETTER

The February 2019 Issue of WHAT'S GOING ON: NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS & BEYOND is now available. This newsletter edition contains some big news on the Community Center along with information on: upcoming parking changes for Military Road, a proposed new Capital Bikeshare Station at the site of the Chevy Chase Farmers Market, an future Chevy Chase Citizens Association sponsored Happy Hour, a new MPD Second District Commander, a newly created ANC3/4G Twitter account to follow, and much more.  You can receive future issues directly by subscribing. Your email will not be used for any other purpose.


UPCOMING FEBRUARY 25 AGENDA HIGHLIGHTS

The agenda for the February 25 ANC3/4G public meeting includes the following topics: Discussion with Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton; Presentation and discussion on current activities regarding DC statehood; Discussion of Lafayette Elementary School maintenance issues; WMATA’s proposed restoration plans for the bus turnout at 5720 Connecticut Avenue; Discussion of and possible vote on resolution on the Public Space Committee’s revised Small Cell Guidelines; and, Discussion of and possible vote on performance oversight hearing testimony for DC Water, and DCRA.


FEBRUARY 11 ANC3/4G MEETING ON YOUTUBE

The February 11 meeting is now available on ANC 3/4G’s YouTube channel.   Meeting items discussed include a presentation by WMATA concerning its plans for the Bus Loop Facility at 5720 Connecticut Ave., a vote on a public space application by Little Beast Bistro for the installation of an awning over its McKinley St. sidewalk cafe, and a discussion on prepared testimony regarding relief from the Clean Rivers Impervious Area Charge (CRIAC). 


FEBRUARY ANC3/4G TESTIMONIES BEFORE DC COUNCIL OVERSIGHT COMMITTEES

During the month of February ANC3/4G prepared and delivered testimony before the D.C. City Council's oversight hearings. These testimonies were approved during recent ANC3/4G public meetings. They include testimony concerning DDOT, DOEE, the Board of Elections, the MPD, ANC Grant regulations, and for CRIAC relief.