Soundtrack: Soundgarden's "Burden In My Hand." Because grunge rock is always better with a little dose of ragtime. The reunited Soundgarden performs at a sold-out D.A.R. Constitution Hall tonight.

Here's what you might have missed yesterday while studying up for Lance Armstrong's two-part Oprah confessional:

ChurchKey's Greg Engert says the long-awaited Bluejacket -- the most anticipated tenant of the Nationals Park-adjacent Boilermaker Shops -- will open in May. [Esquire via @jdland]

Bethesda's the Box Bar & Grill, whose pseudo-Hooters aesthetic always made for a difficult recommendation, is on its way out; it will be replaced by the Dry Fried Wing Company. (Anyone up for some dry wings?) [BethesdaNow]

While we're talking about Bethesda: Smoke BBQ is now open, at last. Stopped in for dinner last night; order the ribs. [Bethesda Magazine]

Bar hopping this inauguration weekend? City Paper has a handy map of the establishments that can stay open 24/7 through Monday. [WCP]

A car ended up in the C&O Canal in Georgetown. [We Love DC]

The president and first lady dined at Cafe Milano last night in honor of FLOTUS's 49th birthday. To wit:

ICYMI: Hank's on the Hill suffered minor damage when a fire started on its roof early Thursday. Chef-owner Jamie Leeds said the restaurant hopes to reopen in a few days.