HAPPY HOURS, SPECIALS & MUSIC 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, Specials, and Live Music. These establishments are 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 dining 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 as well as those who have live music certain days of the week.
Arucola - Happy Hour: Monday-Friday 5-7pm. Beer, wine, cocktails and rail drinks, along 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 - Happy Hour: Monday-Friday 4-7pm. Cocktails, beer, wine, 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 8-10:30pm. 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. Additionally, every Thursday from 8-10:30pm they have a different local music group performing with styles ranging from Bossa Nova to jazz. Their music series is curated by Thad Wilson, a DC-based jazz trumpeter and all events are free to the public.
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. Additionally, there is now live music every Thursday night and most Friday nights starting around 8:30pm. Recently they have also had a piano player (Spenser Bates) Thursday during happy hour followed by their regular acoustic singer/songwriter Sean Chyun. Occasionally on weekends they also have local bands upstairs in their Loft. All music is free to the public unless otherwise noted.
Enjoy what our neighborhood has to offer (information current as of 3/1/2019).
MARCH 25, ANC AGENDA ITEMS
Agenda items for the March 25 ANC 3/4G meeting include: the Oregon Avenue reconstruction project; On-demand transit options; ANC Committees to address the Community Center’s design and construction logistics. The full agenda is also available.
The March 2019 Issue of WHAT'S GOING ON: NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS & BEYOND is now available on-line. This issue contains information on new live music possibilities in our neighborhood, an ANC resolution concerning small cell/5G installation, comments regarding the bus loop on Connecticut Ave., the Block Captain program, two new committees to help monitor work on the modernization of the Chevy Chase Community Center, and much more. Receive future newsletter issues directly by subscribing. Your email will not be used for any other purpose.
FEBRUARY 25 ANC3/4G MEETING ON YOUTUBE
The February 25 meeting of ANC3/4G is now available to view through ANC3/4G’s YouTube channel at: https://youtu.be/8by_KfzS0P0
Meeting items include a discussion with Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, a segment on DC Statehood, a discussion regarding the Streetlight Advisory Panel, a resolution regarding WMATA’s proposed restoration plans for the bus loop facility at 5720 Connecticut Ave., a resolution pertaining to Small Cell 5G Guidelines, and performance oversight hearing testimonies.
ANC APPROVES COMMENTS REGARDING WMATA’S PROPOSED REHABILITATION OF THE CHEVY CHASE BUS LOOP FACILITY
Although the ANC applauded WMATA's plan to rehab the bus loop facility located on Connecticut Ave. (and Oliver St.) it raised some items that it felt needed to be addressed during this planned work. The ANC approved comments urged WMATA to: