Sunday, September 22, 2013

The H Street Festival in Photos

H Street Festival 2013, a set on Flickr.


Anonymous said...

The kid zone was awesome!! Hope they have it going forward and keep expanding it :)

Anonymous said...

Why weren't there any restrooms available to the public?

Anonymous said...

there are restrooms in the restaurants

h st ll said...

There were port a potties on side streets.

Anonymous said...

Heck, around H Street, every alley is a port-a-potty! At least it seems to be every day of the rest of the need to stop now!

Anonymous said...

I need to second the issue about bathrooms. Although you may have had restaurants they were in no way equipped to handle the crowd. They were available for patrons only. If you are going to have a festival of this size you need to make sure there are adequate measures to accommodate restroom issues. It got so bad that people were using my friends lot as their public restroom. I had one individual that told me at least he didn't pee on any cars.

Alan Page said...

Random H Street updates:

One of the employees at the Ben's Chili Bowl stand said they planned to open in May.

A new dojo, the Samurai Training Academy, just opened in H Street Connection. They were handing out flyers for one free one hour lesson.

The co-owner of Daily Rider says she has no idea what's taking so long for Newsom to open, although she knew about one outstanding license issue they had.

h st ll said...

Thanks for the updates @Alan Page. Interesting.

Did anyone else try Po Boy Jim's? They were disorganized, and a bit expensive for the size of food (who isn't though?) but they got the most important things right: the coating on the fried catfish had a lot of flavor, and the Leidenheimer bread. Excited for them to open!

Anonymous said...

Bunch of overpriced food truck crap.