Posts Tagged ‘2100 Prime’

What To Eat (And Drink) Tonight: Lost Rhino For Lonely Souls at ChurchKey

Tonight: For those of you couples indulging in one of the multitudes of four- to eight-course meals available from D.C.'s best restaurants, bravo for simply getting the resy. Single? Consider moseying on down to "The Bitter Truth: An Anti-Valentine's Day Ode to Hops" at ChurchKey, where you can enjoy a Lost Rhino Ice-Breaker while wallowing […]

What To Eat Today: Haggis & Hops at Birch & Barley, Brisket & Ribs at Hill Country

Tonight: J&G Steakhouse hosts its first wine dinner of the year, featuring Virginia's Linden Vineyards. Tickets are $115 per person. Meanwhile, Birch & Barley celebrates Scottish food and drink with a five-course meal (yes, haggis is one) paired with a dizzying array of sips from across the pond. And, observant carnivores converge on Hill Country […]

What To Eat (And Drink) Today: Genever-Paired Grub at Belga Cafe, Wines Galore at 2100 Prime

Tonight, the newly rebranded 2100 Prime (ex-Jockey Club) caters a splashy—and I mean, splashy!—opening reception for the Capital Wine Festival at the Fairfax Hotel. Sip on samples from two Virginia wineries, Leesburg's Tarara Vineyards and Middleburg's Boxwood Vineyards, and some 45 others. Admission is $65 per person, with buffet fare included. Across town, Belga Cafe […]

What To Eat Today: Free Fuel Pizza (If You Hurry)

At noon today, the new Fuel Pizza opens on K Street NW. The first 50 people in line will win a year's worth of free food. Well, sort of, anyway. Washingtonian explains: "Each will receive a coupon book with one gratis item every week for 52 weeks, ranging from a combo meal to a whole […]

Extreme Makeover, Food Edition: Will The Jockey Club’s New Identity Make The Place Relevant Again?

Goodbye, Jockey Club. Hello, 2100  Prime. Owners of the longstanding restaurant on Embassy Row announced their decision to switch out the old staid name of the place for a more modern moniker this week. One telling reaction to the re-branding of the "grande dame" of the D.C. restaurant scene comes courtesy of Y&H alum and […]

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