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Ever been to the Heavy Seas Alehouse near there? Any affiliation with the brewery?

 

Sorry, not familiar with this place but MGC has it covered.  If you're in the mood for sushi, Cafe Asia is pretty popular and relatively good.  Asian fusion, I believe.  Not my go-to sushi joint but it's not bad, either.

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The fact that Jpeterman still exists is amazing, I might cop a silk scarf
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Sorry, not familiar with this place but MGC has it covered.  If you're in the mood for sushi, Cafe Asia is pretty popular and relatively good.  Asian fusion, I believe.  Not my go-to sushi joint but it's not bad, either.

Yeah, I used to work in an office building that's basically across the street from there (the one above the Safeway). Cafe Asia was the default place for client lunches, and my coworkers and I would go to happy hour there occasionally. Unless there have been any major developments since 2010 or so, I'd categorize Cafe Asia as entirely acceptable but not worth going out of one's way to visit.
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Yeah, I used to work in an office building that's basically across the street from there (the one above the Safeway). Cafe Asia was the default place for client lunches, and my coworkers and I would go to happy hour there occasionally. Unless there have been any major developments since 2010 or so, I'd categorize Cafe Asia as entirely acceptable but not worth going out of one's way to visit.

 

I agree.  The legit Asian food is in Annandale, but that's probably a little out of your way since you want to stay around Rosslyn.

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Hey fellas, not sure where to ask this but this seems a decent enough place. 

Just got a dark grey Soloist cocktail shirt and I need some recommendations for outerwear to wear it with. Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Cheers!

anything with raw edges, linen, wrinkled texture, patchwork, etc.

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anything with raw edges, linen, wrinkled texture, patchwork, etc.

EG, (n)number nine, jan jan van essche
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Truth. Not on par with New York by any means (obvs), but probably as good as any other east coast city in terms of bands coming through, save for the occasional snubbing in favor of Richmond (same happens with Pittsburgh w/r/t Philly).

Semi-related note: Parquet Courts are playing 9:30 on 5/12. Highly recommended.
Wait, there's good Thai in DC? Where?


Also, is there anything decent in terms of food / bars within spitting distance of the Rosslyn metro stop? Thanks to a miserly travel expense policy and the apparent overbooking of local hotels, I'm stuck there for the next few days this week. And yes, I'm aware that "walk across the bridge to Georgetown" is the obvious answer.

Animal Collective 5/10, Wild Nothing 5/11, Sweet Life 5/14. Going to be concerted out. If anyone is around for Wild Nothing @ Black Cat, send me a PM.

Thai food = Thai X-ing (solid, not super spicy but a good showing). Baan Thai (above Thaitanic) is amazing. I've been 3 times and will be back soon. They don't hold back on aromatics or spice. I really like the khao soi and pork picnic. One day, when I can handle the wait, I'll try Little Serow. Beau Thai is a solid neighborhood spot if you're nearby and lazy.

Ray's the Steaks in Rosslyn? If you are willing to venture a couple metro stops, there's Pupatella for pizza and a couple Mike Isabella joints.
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Animal Collective 5/10, Wild Nothing 5/11, Sweet Life 5/14. Going to be concerted out. If anyone is around for Wild Nothing @ Black Cat, send me a PM.

Thai food = Thai X-ing (solid, not super spicy but a good showing). Baan Thai (above Thaitanic) is amazing. I've been 3 times and will be back soon. They don't hold back on aromatics or spice. I really like the khao soi and pork picnic. One day, when I can handle the wait, I'll try Little Serow. Beau Thai is a solid neighborhood spot if you're nearby and lazy.

Ray's the Steaks in Rosslyn? If you are willing to venture a couple metro stops, there's Pupatella for pizza and a couple Mike Isabella joints.

Wild Nothing and Animal Collective both put on great shows
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https://cruvoir.com/lost-found-ria-dunn/7883-14216823-scarf-thorns-pearlthorns

I am having trouble understanding this styling, and what the director said:

"Drape it over your head like you are having trouble getting up in the morning."

Rft synergy: I once dressed like this while walking around Washington DC
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When you're reading another member's location and mistaken "socal" for "social" 

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Any of my fellow SF bros have a recommendation for a plain/minimalist linen hat (baseball preferred)? Need something to wear after pool or beach activities. Yes I've checked Margiela, no dice
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Ive see a few linen bucket hats (wings and horns, EG) but not baseball that I can think of.
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Ive see a few linen bucket hats (wings and horns, EG) but not baseball that I can think of.

Thanks man

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It's like I search for about two hours and asking a simple question here gets me I am looking for in under 5 minutes haha, thanks
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