Lore Lounge, H Street, Washington DC

Lore Lounge, H Street, Washington DC

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Lore Lounge lies in above Zeus' clouds of the Mythology Restaurant in the H Street Corridor in DC, and rightly so given fresh DJ beats and the dance floor - party thunder until close! The atmosphere is relaxing and the predominantly frites menu is just as creative as the venue itself. Highly recommended as well as the Mythology Restaurant itself downstairs. [gallery size="full" ids="21874,21878,21873,21875,21876,21877,21863,21861"]
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Keep Blatantly Humble

Keep Blatantly Humble

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Good job art party magnate of DC, Art Soiree, good job. You could have just invited me to come shoot, but you had to try and put me down due to your own ignorance and lack of memory or research of the origin of the images used for your flyer.
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DC Leg of J Paul Getto Tour

DC Leg of J Paul Getto Tour

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What started off as just a Saturday boat party by Wayne (http://www.wizdoment.com/) to my knowledge, has spiraled into 4 events in total across 2 days of the 6/24 weekend and I ended up riding the whole wave. We kicked it off Friday evening for an overflow happy hour boat party on Potomac river with many of our local and epic friends, and of course Tony aka J Paul Getto (http://www.jpaulgetto.com/) himself - Joining us were, Pat Premier (http://www.patpremier.com/), Naturally Wayne the boat man himself (http://www.wizdoment.com), and a couple others I will mention later on. Here's a quick one of yours truly, The boat itself was a solid 2 hours of old school house and plenty of happy hour'ing going around. Attendees didn't disappoint either! Full Happy Hour boat album (https://www.facebook.com/434528646616305/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1043984205670743)…
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Hitachino Nest at Flash DC

Hitachino Nest at Flash DC

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So while pre-after partying for J Paul Getto's end of the DC leg of his tour at Flash DC, I noticed they had what is pure heartfelt gold to me behind the bar - Hitachino Nest White Ale from Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan. Incidentally where one of the loves of my life still resides to this day. My only regret is that I had no idea nor looked up what bars might even have this golden little beer while she was visiting past October, but at least I did get some dream shots of that whole note at Parlay. So in her honor and absence, we all knocked one back -
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