Ins & Outs of Business, May 2011

CB2, now open
CB2, now open

Eat & Joy, a pizzeria and Mediterranean cuisine restaurant, recently opened at 1204 34th St. With free delivery, this new hot spot is bound to tantalize your taste buds with a full menu featuring a wide range of pizzas including the kebab pizza with gyro meat, mushrooms, feta cheese, black olives and pizza sauce and the BBQ chicken pizza. Prices are moderate, all salads run at $6.95 and include a fresh mozzarella salad, Caesar salad, Greek salad and house salad. Also on the menu are Turkish specialties such as eggplant pide and lahmacun, a round pizza made with thin crust. To order, call 202-618-4533.

CB2, a modern destination from Crate and Barrel, opened April 30th at 3307 M St. The brand carries affordable modern furnishings for the apartment, loft and home. To celebrate, they gave away a total of $10,000 in shop cards with a fun scavenger hunt, placing thousands of orange CB2 Ping Pong balls throughout Georgetown, Dupont Circle and Logan Circle. CB2 ambassadors in bright orange T-shirts also hit the streets handing out Ping Pong balls.

Want a new place to eat? Bookhill Bistro, a full service restaurant featuring globally influenced cuisine, has two levels of dining as well as a private room for parties and a back patio. Executive chef Matthew Mohler brings his experience growing up in a small Indiana farming community, where his family only used fresh ingredients from their farm. The dinner menu features entres ranging from $19 to $36, including rack of lamb, slow braised chicken, poached cobia and broiled lobster. Located at 1639 Wisconsin Ave., you can make reservations by calling 202-338-0001.

Georgetown's 78h Annual French Market came to life on April 29 and 30 on Wisconsin Ave. in the Book Hill neighborhood with discounts up to 70% at over 30 shops and an outdoor market featuring French breads, pastries, grilled merguez and kids activities. The event was a big success, drawing attendees from neighborhoods all over the District.

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