When you have maxed out hours in Gelman Library and want a cozier spot away from the GW crowd, Soho Tea and Coffee is a fresh place to study.
April 1, 2019
Volume 115, Issue 28
Stories from the April 1, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The wave mural in Georgetown will differentiate your Instagram feed from the more basic photo shoot spots around the District.
While hopefully your roommate doesn’t make a habit out of kicking you to the curb for some alone time, the Vern Express is always there for you.
With room sizes ranging from 10 guests to 25 guests, the Chinatown karaoke bar Wok and Roll makes for an affordable and memorable birthday with friends.
When deciding where to de-stress with a happy hour drink after a long week, El Centro is your best bet for a cheap drink with two close-to-campus locations.
Stachowski’s Market – a deli removed from the M Street craze in Georgetown – has somehow remained a well-kept secret.
Throughout his career, Atakan Destici’s cannon of an arm and his ability to consistently perform in crunch time has led the team to victory.
The Fainting Goat’s twist on traditional brunch fare ensures a newfound appreciation of brunch food.
Plant shops may not seem like a go-to destination, but Little Leaf’s whimsical vibes and impeccable aesthetic has attracted the attention of locals.
Capo Deli hosts a secret cocktail bar on the weekends that provides a more special night out than a typical bar.