Local Real Estate News
- What makes Reston even more attractive than Tysons for developers (via Bisnow)
Three important Reston real estate development updates, thanks to RestonNow:
- Clinton campaign to open office at Lake Anne Plaza
- The debate on how Bozzuto will update the St. Johns Wood apartments continues
- Reston’s future tallest tower has a name: One Reston Town Center
Upcoming Local Events
From 4 to 9:30 p.m. Aug. 11, Sweet Frog (1472 North Point Village Center) will donate 20 percent of sales from frozen yogurt to the RA Camp Scholarship Fund through this Friends of Reston fundraiser. Click here to download and print out the flyer to present at the time of purchase.
Reston Association (RA) will host an end of summer Pie Party (for ages 55 and older) at the Walker Nature Center (11450 Glade Drive) from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Aug. 11. This first annual social event will allow registrants to mingle while enjoying a various selection of pies as well as games. There will also be door prizes. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703-435-6571 for more information or to register. $5/RA members, $7/non-members.
RA will also host “Campfire Fun” from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Aug. 12 at the WNC Campfire Ring, on Soapstone Drive between Glade Drive and Lawyers Road. Sing songs, tell stories or jokes, play campfire games and roast marshmallows during this evening of old fashioned fun. $7/RA members, $9/non-members. All ages (Children must be accompanied by an adult). Reservations required by Aug. 8. Email email@example.com or call 703-476-9689.
Summer is for crab eatin’ in D.C.
Cappy’s Crabs is the place to go to get big meaty crabs for a backyard feast at home or enjoy one at the restaurant. This is a temporary restaurant project spearheaded by Johnny Spero, former Minibar chef. The restaurant is located at 828 Upshur St NW, Washington DC in a space that was home to the elegant French/Japanese fusion restaurant Crane & Turtle. Now it has been transformed into a Chesapeake Bay crab house with picnic tables.
The menu is full of longtime summer faves. It features classic Maryland Blue Crabs with comfort-food side items like hush puppies, cornbread, and potato salad. There are steamed clams, pick and peel shrimp, crab cake sandwiches, Old Bay fries, grilled oysters and more. Eat-in or take away crabs.
The place has all the makings of a Maryland crab shack. It’s a spot where you can enjoy a good time with a table full of crab and a bucket full of Natty Boh tallboys. Cappy’s opened in May and is becoming a local favorite for its hometown, summer feel. There are happy hour specials, music, Orange Crush and National Bohemian beer. Hurry, this is a pop-up restaurant and will be gone when the summer ends!
Regular hours of operation will be 5-10 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, noon-10 p.m. Saturday and noon-4 p.m. Sunday.
—McEnearney Associates, “Summer is for crab eatin’ in D.C.”
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