Tuesday, October 17, 2017

West Columbia Pike Food Truck Party

The fourth West Columbia Pike Food Truck Party of the year was held at the corner of Columbia Pike and South Four Mile Run in Arlington, sponsored and organized by the Columbia Forest Civic Association.
This grassroots festival featured a range of international and fusion food from Mazza Kitchen, Pepe by Jose Andreas, Little Miss Whoopie and KBBQ Box. Music was provided by Scott Thorn and Dale Holmes. Thanks to Lyz Moore of the civic association for her help, vision, and creative energy.

Photographs by Lloyd Wolf.

Cycle Bar on Columbia Pike

Cyclebar, an indoor cycling fitness center, has been open since November 2016 at
3400 Columbia Pike suite 100, Arlington, VA 22204

They are offering members of the community a special offer of a free week to try out the studio.

To redeem the free week:
1. Click here to put a week of unlimited classes in your cart.
2. Use code “cpdp” at checkout for a 100% discount.
3. Book your first class here.

Your free week begins when you complete this process, but if you need to change the start date, simply email norway@cyclebarcolumbiapike.com and she will help you out.

Thank you to co-owners John Ryan and Marina Alfaro-Ryan, to marketing manager Guro "Norway" Ekrann, and to Haley Bryant, the fitness instructor pictured.

Photographs by Lloyd Wolf

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Third Annual Columbia Pike Fall Festival

The Third Annual Columbia Pike Fall Festival was held on South Adams Street last weekend, adjacent to Penrose Square and the Pike.
Organized by CPRO, the Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization, it featured craft beer curated by William Jeffrey’s Tavern and wine curated by Twisted Vines. There was music provided by four local performers, and food was available from Pike restaurants Marble & Rye, The Celtic House, and William Jeffrey’s Tavern. There were activities for children, and other local businesses were represented.

Thanks to Cecilia Cassidy and Amy McWilliams and the rest of the CPRO team for staging this community event.

Photography by Lloyd Wolf.