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6 restaurants with monumental views of the District

In Washington, DC, with its majestic, white marble monuments and memorials, there’s never a shortage of something nice to look at. Sometimes, all it takes is just finding the right view.

Of the many rooftop bars and restaurants in the District, there are a few that stand out  for stunning views, ranging from a sophisticated site located yards from the White House to a game-centered space boasting multicolored picnic tables on the fourth floor. Find out about them all below.

Crimson View

Get a bird’s-eye view of Chinatown at local bar and restaurant Crimson DC. On the top level, you’ll find the Crimson View, where guests can catch breathtaking views of the Washington Monument at sunset and people-watch the various Caps fans and concert goers entering the arena. The View’s menu is small but mighty with various cocktail, wine and beer options, as well as snacks like an artisanal cheese board, three types of chips and dips, oysters and more. // Pod DC Hotel: 627 H St. NW, Washington, DC

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Players Club

Just like it sounds, Players Club is a one-stop hub for adults trying to take a break from day-to-day life and be a kid again. While the basement is sourced with old-school video games from the ’70s and ’80s—think skeeball and pinball—the fourth floor roof is a fun-filled space with views overlooking the bustling 14th Street neighborhood. Aligned with multicolored picnic tables, the setting is great for a big group of friends who want to hang out, sip on a drink and play games like Jenga and cornhole. // 1400 14th St. NW, Washington, DC

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POV Rooftop Lounge and Terrace

Come for the panoramic views of the District, stay for the specialty cocktails. At the POV Rooftop Lounge and Terrace located atop the W Hotel, you can sit back and relax while dining on a burger and sipping on a beverage that pays homage to the city you’re looking over. While the floor-to-ceiling windows are retractable for the cooler months, come spring and summer, the glass will be removed, letting you feel the breeze as you sip on the Wooden Teeth or Hail to the Chief, both of which were cocktails favored by former presidents. Reservations are strongly suggested. // W Washington DC: 515 15th St. NW, Washington, DC 

The Lafayette

When entering The Hay-Adams’ The Lafayette, it feels as though you’re stepping back in time due to the waiters in sport coats, elegant china on the table and, of course, the views looking directly over Lafayette Square and the White House. It’s political and chic, recognized as a destination for “power dining” (be sure to get a reservation). As for the food, you can dine at The Lafayette for breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch on the weekends too, enabling you to feel important (and full on seafood like Maine lobster salad and pan-seared halibut) at all hours of the day.  // The Hay-Adams: 800 16th St. NW, Washington, DC


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The Skydome Restaurant

While not technically located in Washington, DC, it certainly feels like you’re right in the heart of it all while dining at Arlington-based Skydome Restaurant. Atop a 15-story building, you’ll have 360-degree views of the city across the water, including the Washington Monument and the United States Capitol. Plus, as you look out on the world around you, you’ll enjoy gourmet dining options like filet mignon or lobster roll bites.  // Hilton Hotel: 200 Army Navy Drive, Arlington

Top of the Yard

Come April—when tickets to see the Washington Nationals will inevitably be selling out—opt out for a different view of the game at Top of the Yard, open April through October. Located at the Hampton Inn & Suites in the Navy Yard, the rooftop bar and lounge has a direct, bird’s-eye view of Nationals Park. Plus, happy hour starts at 5 p.m. with a baseball-inspired menu and daily specials too. The best part? You can even bring the kids along, as there is no age restriction on who can enter the space. // Hampton Inn & Suites: 1265 First St. SE, Washington, DC

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11 places to watch Super Bowl LIV in Northern Virginia

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Super Bowl Sunday is back, with its all-you-can-eat hot wings, potato chips and more. This year’s match-up has put the Kansas City Chiefs toe-to-toe with the San Francisco 49ers. 

Who will head home with the trophy? Well, it could be you if you find a local hot spot to raise a glass and kick back to watch the game. Enter into the local hot wing contest below and you could leave with a $75 gift card, or you could win big at a halftime raffle contest. 

No matter what you’re looking for (even a place that will entertain the kids!), Northern Virginia has a place to please everyone. Just make sure to find your spot before the coin toss and you’re good to go. 

All-Day Specials at Theismann’s Restaurant
Sunday, 10 a.m.-midnight
Joe Theismann’s Restaurant, a football-themed eatery in Alexandria, boasts NFL decor, large-screen TVs throughout the space, craft cocktails and wet-aged steak options, burgers, pastas and salads. Celebrate Super Bowl Sunday early at its brunch, as Theismann’s is ending its Bottomless Apps promo on Super Bowl Sunday, which includes endless appetizers for $30. // Theismann’s Restaurant: 1800 Diagonal Road A, Alexandria; menu prices vary

Puppy Bowl Viewing Party
Sunday, Feb. 2, 2-5 p.m.
The most-watched Sunday of television doesn’t have to only be about our favorite athletes … it can also be about four-legged friends with the airing of the Puppy Bowl XVI. One of the most lovable pre-shows of them all, the Puppy Bowl features adoptable pets from across the country (yes, it has expanded to include cats, rabbits and more over the years), and you can watch it at Wag & Brew with your favorite pet-owning (or pet-loving) community members before the actual big game airs. // Wag & Brew: 614 S. Pickett St., Alexandria; $10

Super Bowl Halftime Wing-Eating Contest
Sunday, Feb. 2, 5:30 p.m.- midnight
Hops N Shine believes it has the hottest wings in Northern Virginia, and it’s time to put yourself to the test to see just how many hot wings you can eat. Once halftime hits, the person who eats 18 of the hottest chicken wings the fastest will win a $75 gift card to Hops N Shine. Don’t want to compete? No worries, you can still enjoy the 52 beers on tap and top your own order of wings with one or many sauces from the 20-plus hot sauce bar. It’s the food-and-drink party you’ve been waiting for all season long. // Hops N Shine: 3410 Mount Vernon Ave., Alexandria; free ($10 wing contest entry)

Super Bowl Watch Party!
Sunday, Feb. 2, 5:3-10 p.m.
The Super Bowl Party of the year is coming to Lake Anne Brew House, so if you’re looking to enjoy food, drinks and football on the water, you’ve found your place. Enjoy an all-you-can-eat nacho bar buffet, chili, Nordic-knot pretzels, dips and more. A cash bar will be available throughout the night with cocktails, beer, wine, kombucha, nitro cold brew coffee and more. So, what are you waiting for? Grab your tickets and get ready to enjoy the game! // Lake Anne Brew House: 11401 N. Shore Drive, Reston; $25

Dave and Buster’s Springfield Big Game Super Sunday
Sunday, Feb. 2, 6-11 p.m.
It’s time for the big game, and you can watch, play and enjoy while playing games of your own. Dave & Buster’s Springfield is hosting The Big Game viewing party for adults and families in the sports lounge with an all-you-can-eat wings buffet, beer and wine. Kids are welcome to enjoy other food and drink options, and will receive a game card with their ticket purchase, that way you can watch the game and they can be entertained for the entire night. // Dave & Buster’s Springfield: 6655 Springfield Mall Road, Springfield; $35.50

Super Bowl LIV Watch Party
Sunday, Feb. 2, 6 p.m.
This year’s match-up of the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs will be aired at Chadwicks Restaurant all evening at a special upstairs event. Not only will the location be airing the game on an 8-foot HD projector, it will also be providing guests all-you-can-eat food and drink specials. Make your way to the build-your-own taco bar and find your seat at this local waterfront favorite. // Chadwicks Restaurant: 230 The Strand, Alexandria; $20

Super Bowl Watch Party at Inca Social
Sunday, Feb. 2, 6-10:30 p.m.
This local Peruvian favorite is celebrating its one-year anniversary in style, with the big game. Head to Inca Social (also seen on our 2019 Best Restaurants List) for a night of food and drink specials during the 54th Super Bowl. All televisions will be tuned into the game, as well as the 180-inch projector screen. Plus, there will be raffle giveaways at haltime. // Inca Social: 2670 Avenir Place, Vienna; $5

Super Bowl Sunday at the Alehouse
Sunday, Feb. 2, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Rather than try to make all of your favorite snacks for the big game, head to the Alehouse, where it’s happy to make them for you. All of the televisions will be set to the game, so you don’t miss a single play, and you can grab all of your favorites from the menu. From quesadillas and fried pickles to fire-grilled pizzas and Bungalow wings, there’s bound to be something to pair with your beer of choice and the game of the season. // The Alehouse: 2840 Prince William Parkway, Woodbridge; free

Super Bowl Party in the Stadium at Dudley’s Sport and Ale
Sunday, Feb. 2, 6:30-11:30 p.m.
Watching the Super Bowl in your apartment or home may sound ideal, but have you considered catching the game in a theater-style seat with a 25-foot projector screen and surround sound? For those looking to kick back and relax, but also watch the game in a way they’ve never seen it before, it’s time to head to Dudley’s Sports and Ale. You’ll get the all-around experience too, with all-you-can-eat wings, nachos and pizza, Jell-O shots, beer tub specials and multiple giveaways. // Dudley’s Sports and Ale: 2766 S. Arlington Mill Drive, Arlington; $55

Watch the Super Bowl at Blackfinn
Sunday, Feb. 2, 6-9:30 p.m.
This “Ameripub” is yet another location to catch the big game in Loudoun County, but this time with pub snacks like the cauliflower tots, finn fries, fish tacos and pub burgers. Catch food and drink specials all evening while cheering on your favorite team (or favorite commercial, that is). // Blackfinn Ameripub: 43781 Central Station Drive, Ashburn; free

Catch the Super Bowl at Fish Market
Sunday, Feb. 2, 6 p.m.
You won’t be able to miss a second of the action at Fish Market, where all 15 televisions will be tuned into the biggest football game of the year. The Anchor Bar will be serving up $4 domestic drafts and $5 imports, as well as local raw oyster shooters for $1.50 each, clams for $1 each and a classic cheesesteak for $12.99. Want to skip the a la carte menu? Go with the Lineman’s Feast, featuring two pounds of wings with barbecue, Buffalo or Eastern Shore sauces. // Fish Market: 105 King St., Alexandria; free

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Axes and O’s set to open in Loudoun County by early spring

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When Tara Hampton took her husband to an ax-throwing facility in Washington, DC for his birthday in September 2018, she knew it would be fun—but she definitely didn’t expect to walk away with a new business idea to bring back home to Northern Virginia. 

“We had talked about opening a business, I just wasn’t quite sure what I was looking for,” Hampton explains. “I had considered a coffee shop with live music and a few other things, but 10 minutes after we walked into the place I said, ‘Oh I change my mind, this is what I want to do.’”

And in just a few months, after over a year of planning and setbacks (the business was set to debut in November), the Fairfax County couple’s vision will come to fruition in Axes and O’s, offering eight ax-throwing lanes, a beer and wine bar with light bites available, arcade games and more in Dulles Town Center. 

While yes, the concept focuses on ax throwing, the 8,700-square-foot site is unlike any ax-throwing business in the region. Instead of the typical lumberjack-esque atmosphere with wood-based decor and surrounding picnic tables, Hampton wanted more for Loudoun County. Axes and O’s will feature an industrial, steampunk theme, music blaring through the speakers and an average of 120 people enjoying the space on any given night.

“Loudoun County is hungry for something different to do,” says Hampton. “There’s not a lot of different things to do. There’s restaurants, breweries and bars, but not really a lot of activities to participate in.”

Hampton, a registered nurse who experienced an injury that took her out of bedside nursing two years ago, equates Axes and O’s to a bowling alley, throwing darts or Topgolf when faced with concern that axes and alcohol might not be the best combination. That worry was exhibited early in the process as she and husband Alan Radney tried to secure a space for the project.

“I had people laugh at me and hang up on me when I shared the concept,” explains Hampton. “I even had people refuse to show me a property because they didn’t agree with what we wanted to do.” 

A self-identified “planner and organizer,” Hampton has accounted for expected speculation, making safety a priority of the business model. Between the eight ax-throwing lanes there are dividing walls, fencing going up to the roof and a drink limit per session. There will also be a dedicated lane coach in every aisle to explain the instructions of the sport, show guests how to throw and monitor groups the entire time. 

When guests aren’t throwing an ax, they can visit the bar or play an arcade game in the front lounge. The large space is also equipped with a meeting room for larger, private events such as corporate outings, family reunions or even bachelorette parties.  

“When people think of an ax they typically think of a weapon, but it’s more technique than strength, and once you get it, you’re hooked,” says Hampton. “It’s only about two pounds. Women take to it like crazy because it’s such a stress reliever; I’m better than my husband.”

Since first announcing the concept publicly in August of last year, the couple has received interest from nearly 1,000 people, inquiring for reservations, private parties and even to host a wedding in the space. While permit approvals are expected late February, Hampton is shooting for an early- to mid-spring opening. 

“For me to walk away from nursing, I still needed to feel fulfilled and like I was doing something good,” says Hampton. “I know I can provide a good time for people with this.”

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Video: The man who didn’t care

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To cleanse the palate, I’m suspicious that this is real. It’s the crispest surveillance footage I’ve ever seen, the scene is well lit for a bar in the middle of the night, and the main player just happens to be perfectly positioned inside the room for viewers to watch his every totally unbelievable move.

Also, why rob a bar with a long gun instead of with a weapon that’s easier to conceal?

It’s real, says the bartender. It happened early Wednesday morning at a tavern in St. Louis.

A St. Louis man who’s obviously seen a few things was caught on camera looking completely unphased as an armed thief held up the bar he was drinking in.

At one point, the man can be seen lighting up a cigarette — keeping his cool the entire time and refusing to get up from his chair — while the suspect points his heavily modified pistol at him. He even refuses to give up his cellphone when ordered by the crook…

“This is incredible,” wrote one person on Twitter. “Dude has no f–ks left.”

It’s true. To set the stage for you, the video picks up apparently at the moment the gunman enters the bar, momentarily out of frame on the lower left. Everyone reacts — except the man who, indeed, seems to have no f**ks left to give.

Which is probably how it is for a lot of people sitting in a bar in Missouri at 12:30 a.m. in the middle of the week, let’s face it.

The question that now needs answering: Was the guy blitzed and thus artificially sedate or was he naturally this indifferent to the prospect of a sudden and violent death?

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Shake things up: 6 mixology classes to attend this summer

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Here in the Northern Virginia region, it isn’t very hard to find a really delicious drink. From Arlington to Prince William County, you are bound to find a mixologist concocting a creation from behind the bar of your favorite eatery. Yet, sometimes you just want to enjoy a beverage in the comfort of your own home.

Whether you are hosting an upcoming dinner party or simply don’t want to deal with crowds this summer, here’s where you can learn a thing or two about the art of mixology.

Very Belgian Gin Mixology Class
July 16, 8:30 p.m.
Home to Belgian cuisine, B Too is a chic restaurant located in the heart of Washington, DC. In addition to serving three meals a day, the eatery also hosts mixology classes throughout the year. This month, gain knowledge of three different types of gin-based cocktails using Gentenaar Gin. While you mix, sip and enjoy, bar bites prepared by chef Bart Vandaele will also be offered. // B Too: 1324 14th St. NW, Washington, DC; $55

July 19, 7-9 p.m. & Aug. 10, noon-1:30 p.m.
This summer, the chefs at Cookology in Ballston Quarter are hosting two separate classes dedicated to the art of cocktail making. While this month, couples can create an entire meal with bourbon flavors, including bourbon-glazed salmon and bourbon-bread pudding, guests will also have the chance to indulge on loaded bloody marys in August. // Cookology Ballston Quarter: 4238 Wilson Blvd., Suite 3110, Arlington; $55-$85

The Conche: The Art of Cocktail Making with Master Mixologist
July 27, noon-2 p.m.
In just two hours, you’ll learn to stir, shake and muddle your way to three delicious summer cocktails, thanks to The Conche mixologist Samet Yuksekgonul. The evening will begin with a complimentary drink to get you started, and will continue with lessons on how to make daiquiris, martinis and old-fashioneds in both classic and modern forms. Plus, snacks will be provided. // The Conche: 1605 Village Market Blvd., SE, Suite J108, Leesburg; $75

Gin Mixology Class with Hendrick’s Gin Brand Ambassador Erik Anderson
Aug. 19, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Following 15 years of experience in the restaurant industry, mixologist Erik Anderson has landed at Betsy, an open-air rooftop located in Washington, DC. Since the entire concept is focused on gin, it seems fitting that Anderson will be teaching guests how to create three different gin-based drinks this August. While you learn the art of mixology, you can try out some of the establishment’s bar bites, too. // BETSY: 514 Eighth St. SE, Washington, DC; $55

EatWell DC
Dates and times vary
Composed of six restaurants in the DMV area, EatWell DC allows members of the community to sign up for private mixology and wine classes at each location. Simply request a date for three to 11 of your closest friends, and you’ll grasp how to combine local ingredients with tasty spirits to create drinks worth making again. Whether you are interested in a bachelor party at The Charles or want to host a couples event at Frenchy’s Natural, the staff at EatWell will meet your needs. // Locations vary; $65-$90 per person 

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Report: There’s a steel safe on Epstein’s “Pedophile Island” and no one’s allowed to enter the room that contains it

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“Pedophile Island” isn’t my snarky nickname for it. It’s what the locals themselves used to call it. At what point is an “open secret” so open that it doesn’t qualify as a secret in any sense?

Can’t get too mad at them, though. Although not a visitor to the island, the current president of the United States seems to have had some idea of what was going on there and, so far as we know, said nothing.

And of course, a former president is alleged to have visited the island himself. And also seems to have said nothing to any authorities.

I wonder if Billy Jeff has a notion of what’s inside Jeffrey Epstein’s mystery safe. From Bloomberg via the Week:

Back in his heyday, before his 2008 guilty plea in Florida, Epstein would visit his piece of the Virgin Islands archipelago about two or three times a month for stays of three or four days, according to the former staffer, who asked not to be named because Epstein insisted on secrecy from his employees. He described it as a Zen-like retreat when Epstein was there, padding around shirtless in shorts and flip-flops, with meditative music piped into the area around the main house, the cabanas and the pool, where women would sometimes sunbathe topless or in the nude…

The only unusual aspect of the main residence the former worker said he was aware of were the security boxes in two offices. The level of secrecy around a steel safe in Epstein’s office, in particular, suggested it contained much more than just money, he said. Outside of an occasional visit by a housekeeper, no one was allowed in those rooms.

If you’re all-in on the theory that Epstein made his money not through finance but by pimping out teenaged girls to rich men and then blackmailing them with the evidence of a life-destroying liaison — which I pretty much am — then you can imagine what might be in that safe, stashed away on a small island where Epstein would be able to see any intruders coming from literally miles away. But that’s not the only suspicious feature of his residence. There’s a strange-looking structure on the island…

…whose purpose is also unclear. Some reports say it’s a music room with a grand piano where Epstein could practice his hobby. (His other hobby, I should say.) But it has an odd feature for a music room:

Conspiracy theorists waged that the temple was either a secluded setting for Epstein’s abuse or that it concealed a hidden underground location for the same purpose. James Both, a contractor whom Insider consulted with for the story, noted that while it was possible to install an underground space or elevator, the construction would have most likely been documented by a vendor to ensure regular inspections.

“A simple stairwell would be a better option if someone wanted to conceal their activities at the location.” Both also pointed out the temple’s questionable wooden door, which features a reinforcing lock bar. “What makes it peculiar is that if you wanted to keep people out, the bar would be placed inside the building, [but the] locking bar appears to be placed on the outside … as if it were intended to lock people in,” he said.

I’m not sure we’ve scratched the surface yet of the sinister weirdness of the Epstein story.

New York magazine has been hot on the trail of the secondary mystery in this case. What did Jeffrey Epstein, supposedly the money manager of choice for billionaires, *actually* do to earn a living? Read this post for background on that if you’re late to this story. Bizarrely, despite Epstein having parlayed his alleged investment acumen into friendships with fabulously rich and famous people, there’s practically no evidence of him trading and just a single person on his client list is publicly known. New York spoke to an author who’s been researching Epstein for a book he’s writing. Has he managed to track down any evidence of Epstein’s investment business? Not really, said the author. He also subscribes to the theory that blackmail, not investment, is Epstein’s chief profession, noting that Epstein is alleged to have said to one of his victims that “information is king.” Hmmm.

New York also contacted a bunch of actual hedge-fund managers and asked them if Epstein seemed like a legit investment expert based on what they knew of him and his practice. No way, they said. No one knows anyone who’s invested with him and none of his employees seem to have handled any of the trades the business is supposedly doing. It’s possible that the money he’s earned is nothing more than an accumulation of extortion payments. Or maybe he is investing the money on behalf of his blackmailed “clients” but placing it in safe, basic investments like an index fund or U.S. treasuries. To put that differently, there’s less suspense right now as to whether Epstein raised his money through illicit means than there is whether his investment firm is doing pro forma investments or operates as a complete front for extortion.

And there’s another question: How long has this been going on? Since he went into business for himself as a money manager — or maybe even before that?

Epstein’s spotty professional history has also drawn a lot of attention in recent days, and Kass says it was one of the first things that raised his suspicions years ago. Now 66, Epstein didn’t come from money and never graduated from college, yet he landed a teaching job at a fancy private school (“unheard of,” says Kass) and rose through the ranks in the early 1980s at investment bank Bear Stearns. Within no time, Kass notes, Epstein was made a partner of the firm — and then was promptly and unceremoniously ousted.

He’s gotten some remarkable professional breaks from some rich, elite people dating back to the very start of his work experience. How?

Exit question: Is this guy going to talk? I have the sinking suspicion that the answer is no even though — as far as we know — it’s the only leverage he has left to avoid dying in prison. He’s 66. He’s been charged with trafficking underaged girls. The defenestration of Alex Acosta and the media attention to this case guarantees that he won’t get another sweetheart deal unless he gives up a ton. But even if the feds wanted to cut him a break in return for information, how lenient could they be with him, really? They can’t let him out of prison to prey on more women and Epstein must know that. So what incentive does he have to talk?

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