***Mad Fox Tap Room Opening August 17 *** (Glover Park)
Now Hiring All Positions
Looking for friendly and energetic, people to join our New Opening Tap Room Team! We look for comparable experience in high-volume polished casual. Candidates must come with a GREAT attitude, Team Focused and ready to exceed guests expectations in service.
Passion for Craft Beer & Brewing greatly desired for our bartenders and server teams.
The right candidates will have spectacular personalities, good volume experience in similar restaurants and a proven history of exceptional guest service.
We work well with school or 2nd job schedules as well as strive to provide a friendly, easy going work environment. In return we require strict punctuality, attendance, honesty and a genuine desire to please the guest.
Accepting applications on site Mon.-Friday 3p-7p
Mad Fox Tap Room
2218 Wisconsin Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20007
Archive for July, 2015
On June 11, Margaret Ruth “Miss Peggy” Dickie, 79, a resident of Carillon House (2500 Wisconsin Ave.), died after being hit by a Peapod grocery delivery truck at Calvert Street and 37th Street. The truck was stopped at a red light on 37th Street, then turned right onto Calvert, where it hit Miss Peggy, who was in the crosswalk heading north, according to the Washington Post.
The Metropolitan Police Department’s Major Crash Unit is investigating the case, according to Lieutenant Ronald Wilkins. “As of yet, there have been no charges filed against the driver of the truck,” Wilkins writes in an email. Charges could be filed in the future “if the investigation reveals negligence or impairment on the behalf of the driver,” he adds. The driver is cooperating fully in the investigation, according to Wilkins.
Plans for a rooftop deck featuring drinks and lite fare at the Savoy Suites Hotel (2505 Wisconsin Ave.) has some near neighbors worried about late-night noise and parking problems, according to the Northwest Current. The deck is part of an ongoing renovation that will end with the hotel being renamed “The Glover Park Hotel.”
“The hotel is now working with its residential neighbors who worry about noise and parking impacts,” the Current states. “The Glover Park neighborhood commission voted unanimously to oppose the roof deck’s alcohol license if no agreement is reached with neighbors by the city’s Aug. 10 deadline.”