We will be playing at IOTA tonight. This will be our first time there in a very long time.. So please come on out and show some love.. we will also be joined by Susan and Emily Hsu of The Exit Clov.
Monday April 28th 2008 @ Iota Club & Cafe
& CHRIS WALKER (OF KITTY HAWK)
getting here from there…
IOTA is located at 2832 Wilson Boulevard in the Clarendon neighborhood of Arington, VA. Wilson Boulevard starts in Rosslyn, which is just across the river from Washington D.C. IOTA is just a couple miles up on Wilson, between Edgewood and Fillmore Streets.
IOTA Club & Cafe is located two and a half blocks East of the Clarendon Metro Station which is on the Orange Line. When you come up the escalator you are at the intersection of Wilson Boulevard and Highland Street. Cross Highland Street and walk down Wilson against traffic (it is one-way coming toward you). IOTA is two and a half blocks down on your right at 2832 Wilson.
Last trains leaving the Clarendon Metro Station:
To DC: Fri & Sat: 1:42 AM To Vienna: Fri & Sat: 2:17 AM
Sun-Thurs: 11:42 PM Sun-Thurs: 12:17 AM
This schedule may be subject to change. Check with the Metro System for accuracy.
From Points West:
Take Interstate 66 East. Take the Glebe Rd./Fairfax Drive Exit. The ramp turns into Fairfax Drive. Continue on Fairfax Drive for one mile and turn left on Wilson Blvd. (There is a Hess Gas Station on the corner at your right.) Stay in the left lane on Wilson Blvd. Go through a big wacky open intersection but stay in the left lane. (The road is now called Clarendon Boulevard going one-way East, but who cares.) Drive past the Fresh Fields Grocery Store and take a left on Danville St. Take a left on Wilson and we're just a block and a half up on the left.
From Points South:
Take 95 North to 395 North (toward Washington, D.C.) Continue North and take the Columbia Pike/Washington Blvd/Pentagon. exit. The ramp splits, go left toward Columbia Pike (not right to the Pentagon).The road becomes Washington Blvd. headed toward Clarendon, our neighborhood. Drive many, many blocks. Take a right turn at the third traffic light onto Highland Street. Go a couple blocks and take a right on Clarendon Blvd. Go a few more blocks and take a left on Danville St. (just past the Fresh Fields Grocery Store). Take your first left on Wilson Blvd. We're a block and a half up on the left.
From Points North:
You can take the Beltway 495 to I66 and proceed as if From Points West. Or you can go through Washington D.C. to the Key Bridge or the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge. Find Wilson Blvd in Rosslyin and proceed Westward to IOTA.
From Key Bridge: Simply drive straight into Rosslyn and take a right on Wilson Blvd. Drive many blocks and watch for the Fresh Fields and we're a half a block up on the left.
From Theodore Roosevelt Bridge:
Take the Lee Highway/Key Bridge exit. This is the last exit before the start of I66 West. Coming off the ramp, take your first legal left turn into Rosslyn. Take a right on Wilson Blvd and drive many blocks and watch for the Fresh Fields. We're a half a block up on the left.
There is ample parking near IOTA, including street parking, a public garage at 3033 Wilson and a private Colonial garage with reasonable rates at Fillmore and Clarendon Blvd. There is a construction project going on behind IOTA on Clarendon Blvd so that the little parking lot/alley next to IOTA is not available. Upon completion of the construction project, additional parking spaces will become available.
Free Garage Parking at 3033 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington County sponsors free parking in a safe, well-lit garage just two and a half blocks from IOTA at 3033 Wilson Blvd (entrance on Highland Street). The garage is available free to the public:
* Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 AM to 2:30 AM
* Monday through Friday: 5:30 PM to 2:30 AM
Directions from IOTA's front door: continue driving on Wilson Boulevard (which is one way) for two and a half blocks to Highland Street. Take a right turn on Highland Street and the garage entrance is on the right.
hope to see you there!
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