Tom Sietsema discovers that the husband-and-wife team behind the now-closed Nirvana on K Street NW has resurfaced in the belly of the International Square food court. [WaPo]
Todd Kliman on Evo in McLean: It's a "a quiet gem of a place...The croquettas, in particular, make up one of the best small plates you're going to find in the region. Lightly bound, intensely flavorful, beautifully fried." [Washingtonian]
RAMW's Lynne Breaux on D.C.'s restaurant scene taking more of an interest in neighborhoods east of the Anacostia River: "I certainly hope so. I think so. I mean, I don't know, but there is talk. It's so close to the Capitol that it does make sense." [WaPo]
Esquire says D.C. is a good food town. Thanks for noticing! But really, Houston has better food than D.C.? [DCist]
The last substantive comment on that Linda Burger DR.com thread was made over two years ago. The thread just got resurrected today because someone posted that one of the two locations is now closed. What's the expiration date on a restaurant review anyway? Less than two years, I'd think. Perhaps you should do a taste test before anointing Linda Burger as the Next Big Thing.
You're right. Removed. (I've always disliked the chronological flow of those threads.)