Vegetate Restaurant Week

Vegetate is participating in Restaurant Week August 15th-20th for Dinner from 6pm-10pm.

Restaurant week is an event sponsored by the the Restaurant Association of Metropolitian Washington and the Washington DC Convention & Tourism Corporation. The event requires that participating restaurants offer a three-course meal for $30.06 per person (tax and gratuity not included). We are also offering a complimentary fresh squeezed juice with your meal.

Due to size and staff limitations, Vegetate will only offer our Restaurant Week Menu (see below) from Tuesday through Sunday, except Sunday Brunch (Sundays 11am-2:30pm).

Fresh-Squeezed Juices (complimentary)

Homemade Ginger Ale
Strawberry Lemonade

First Course
Herb Risotto Croquettes with parmesan & tomato jam
Organic Melon and Habernero Soup with cilantro crema (vegan)
Heirloom Tomatoes with olive oil, balsamic, basil & grilled bread (vegan)

Second Course
Goat Cheese Tart with sun-dried tomatoes and roasted corn & arugula salad
Sesame Crusted Tofu with quino and gingered organic pea shoots (vegan)
Roasted Zucchini and White Beans on a corn grit crust with organic collards (vegan)

Ice Cream Sandwich molasses cookies with Tahitian vanilla gelato
Warm Chocolate Cake (vegan) with sorbet or gelato
Local Peaches with vanilla vinegar over Blackberry Sorbet (vegan)

Labor Day

Vegetate will be closed Sunday, September 3rd through Tuesday, September 5th.

Fall Hours

After the Labor Day Holiday Vegetate will begin its new Fall hours:
Wednesday through Saturday 6pm-10pm
Sunday Brunch from 11am-4pm

Don’t forget every Thursday from 6pm-8pm all starters are half-priced.

– Jennifer & Dominic

Blagden Alley Assoc Picnic

| THE |
| Regular Yearly Picnic |
| of the |
| Blagden Alley |
| and |
| Naylor Court |
| Peoples |
| |
| Saturday, August 26, 2006 |
| Historical, Brick-Paved |
| Naylor Court |
| 6:00pm-9:00pm |
| (See map in newsletter) |
| |

Even though there is no Yard Sale preceding the event, there is still
a serious Rummage Sale (is that too mid-western?), or,
if you drive a Volvo with FONZ sticker, “Flea Market”, at

The Immaculate Conception Catholic Church,
Eighth and O Streets, NW, in the school cafeteria.
(If in doubt, stand in front of the church. You will see signs.)
Date: Saturday, August 19, 2006
Time: 9:00 am to 4:00pm
Call 202-332-8888 to reserve a table ($20).
Call Sherri Kimbel at 202-462-0884 with other questions

Pick me! Pick me! I want one!

The Post announced where some of the crime prevention cameras are going. One at the 400 block of O Street, is close to the borders of the TC, but not in it. Come on, we want one. Just one. Okay, maybe two.
Reading DCist it seems Georgetown wants a camera too. Not to be disrespectful, but call back when you have an open air drug market and street hos.