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MONO DINER/FACEBOOK | The Mono Diner, which seeks to recreate the atmosphere of Hollywood, opened on Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown on March 4.

Late-Night Diner Opens on Wisconsin Avenue

By Alexandra Bowman March 28, 2019

Mono Diner, located on Wisconsin Avenue NW in Georgetown, unofficially opened March 4 following multiple cases of property mishandling, lawsuits and corporate conflicts over the past few decades involving...

Welcome Back!

Welcome Back!

By Izzy Roemer and Izzy Roemer August 22, 2018

The trees on Prospect Street are starting to change color. The NSO horde has descended upon campus, tasked with welcoming over a thousand new students. Jack the Bulldog is on his way home from a restful...

4Eats: Falafel Inc. Debrief

4Eats: Falafel Inc. Debrief

By Mike Radice and Mike Radice July 9, 2017

Quick Pita died and has risen again in a new and improved form. While no Georgetown establishment will ever truly take its place, Quick Pita's successor, Falafel Inc., sure does justice to our need for...


Insomnia Cookies Opening Location in Georgetown

By Meena Raman July 3, 2017

In 2003, Seth Berkowitz, then a University of Pennsylvania student, had an idea: He wanted to find a way to satisfy college students’ late-night cravings for something sweet. He began to bake cookies...

Seth Meyers Nailed It At GW

Seth Meyers Nailed It At GW

By Sara Carioscia and Sara Carioscia October 22, 2014

A few months ago, we received word that legendary Saturday Night Live writer and Weekend Update host Seth Meyers would be doing a show at George Washington University in October for their parents' weekend...

Epicurean has become a popular hub for late-night socializing on the weekends since it extended its hours in May 2013, but it still draws low numbers of customers on weeknights.

Late-Night Epicurean Breaks Even

By Andrew Wallender October 3, 2014

Epicurean and Company has begun to break even in its venture to remain open 24 hours a day, six days a week, during the academic year. Although the restaurant still has not made a profit since round-the-clock...

Before the Sun, a Different Hilltop

By Maddy Moore February 25, 2014

Campus is silent. Most buildings are closed. The majority of students have gone to bed with the exception of a few lit dorm rooms and some studying in main buildings, such as Lauinger Library and the Rafik...

Late-Night Bites

By Charlotte Glasser November 2, 2013

George’s 1205 28th St. NW $$$$ A quaint location on 28th Street, George’s King of Falafel and Cheese-steak is a great place to stop in at any time of the day, but with its Thursday-to-Saturday...

What’s After Dark Now?

By The Editorial Board February 5, 2013

What’s After Dark, a program founded in 2007 that supported sober nightlife activities, was discontinued last week. Plagued by a shortage of university funding, the program’s elimination may have been...

GUSA Urges Extension of GOCard Access

By Annie Chen November 20, 2012

The Georgetown University Student Association senate unanimously passed a resolution to extend hours of GOCard access to campus buildings Sunday night. The resolution stated that limiting access to...

Faulty ’n’ Frustrating

By The Editorial Board April 17, 2012

It’s not just the Hoya wraps at Grab ’n’ Go that are leaving students with a bad taste in their mouths. Georgetown University Dining Services has proudly advertised improvements to O’Donovan...

Hip Late-Night Spot Gives Tuscany A Run for Its Money

By Madeline Jorden September 30, 2011

Tired of gorging on the same old Tuscany pizza every Friday night? If you find yourself in Adams Morgan this weekend, or are simply feeling a bit more adventurous, a more refined late-night experience...

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