Posts Tagged ‘1905’

Friends and Family Remember Restaurateur Joey Belcher

Joey Belcher, co-owner of Sticky Rice, 1905, and Dangerously Delicious Pies, was found dead in his Capitol Hill apartment Monday afternoon. He was 37. The cause of death still unknown. A public wake will take place on Dec. 21 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Joseph Gawler's Sons (5130 Wisconsin Ave. NW), followed by a Roman […]

Bar Food Bites: Taco Tuesdays at 1905

With rooftop bars popping up all over in the city, there might be none as underused as 1905’s. The 9th Street NW restaurant opened its rooftop this spring, and if you haven’t checked it out, there are few weeks left to enjoy the neighborhood skyline—at least with reasonable weather. (Although something tells me owner Tony […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: $10 Million Market Edition

Wine bar, bakery, raw bar, wood-burning ovens, and more coming to Bryan Voltaggio's $10 million project, Range, in Chevy Chase [Bethesda Magazine] Quench beverage director let go as Rockville restaurant favors suburbs over city style [Post] 3 Stars Brewery opens DC Homebrew Shop on Friday [Thrillist] Goodbye for good , Sauca. [Eater] Absinthe and rum ice cream […]

Meatballs To The Walls: What’s Your Favorite Rounded Meat?

So acclaimed chef Michel Richard's forthcoming concept in Penn Quarter is all about the meatball. All kinds, too: beef, lamb, chicken, crab, veggie. The name of the place: why, Meatballs, of course. (Note the playfully heavy emphasis on "balls" in both the signage and the souvenir swag.) And why not? New York already has its […]

Three Things to Try This Weekend

Oysters "Rock Creek" (pictured) with watercress, spinach, bacon, and absinthe at Blackbyrd Warehouse, $10; 2005 14th St. NW Lobster meatballs in a Newburg tomato cream sauce at 1905, $12; 1905 9th St. NW, (202) 332-1905 Sweet & sour eggplant with golden raisins and pine nuts at Graffiato, $7; 707 6th St NW, (202) 289-3600 Photo […]

This Week: Brickskeller Strong Ales and 1905 Mardi Gras Delayed, ChurchKey Fills the Gap

Dry off those snowboots and get ready to head back out there. Although the Brickskeller has postponed their second night of strong ales, there is still plenty to do beerwise in DC this week. Tonight 21st Amendment founder Nico Freccia will be taking a winter holiday from his San Francisco can brewery to hang out at […]

Best of D.C.: Which New Restaurant Deserves Top Honors?

The editors (aka, the Meat Grinders) are busy putting the final touches on this year's Best of D.C. issue, even though all the picks have already been made, including a large number in the Food & Drink section. Personally, if you ask me, too much emphasis is placed on the Best Restaurant category. Seriously, do […]