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Restaurants are carving Spanish ham, grinding and brewing coffee, and mixing cocktails at the diner’s side.
The pop-ups will last until Aaron Silverman's new restaurant opens in about a year and possibly after.
Place your bids beginning Nov. 21.
Peter Ogburn’s life of crime began with a copper mug stuffed down his pants. The radio producer was drinking a Moscow mule at the bar at Senart’s Oyster and Chop House not long after its 2011 opening when the impulse struck him: He’d always wanted one of the shiny cups but had no idea where […]
Everything’s Coming up Rose’s: What’s the Secret Behind the Coolest New Restaurant in D.C.? “Fuck Perfect.”
The neon sign spelling “awesome” on the concrete wall at Rose’s Luxury may just be the most Instagrammed thing in a D.C. restaurant right now. Glowing in full view of the open kitchen, the sign is not just a mantra for the cooks, but also the word on every food fanatic’s lips right now. Just […]
At the end of their meal, the two old ladies sitting next to us at Rose’s Luxury on Barracks Row lean over their empty dishes to swap notes. They rave about the crispy octopus with burnt lemon and the caramelized cauliflower with Greek yogurt. I tell them next time they should try the pickle juice-brined […]
Chef Aaron Silverman has been teasing diners with pop-ups previewing his Barracks Row restaurant Rose's Luxury for more than a year. Now, the veteran of McCrady's in South Carolina and Momofuku Noodle Bar in New York is nearing his restaurant's official debut, scheduled for next Wednesday. The menu is broken down into four sections of small […]
You've got only two more days to eat pickled tongue and brisket sandwiches at Hogo's Jewish deli food concept. Taking over the kitchen next Tuesday is chef Aaron Silverman, who's opening Rose's Luxury on Barracks Row later this spring. Silverman hasn't finalized the whole Hogo menu yet, but it will include five to six items […]
This should be a good year for variety in the D.C. dining scene. The most anticipated restaurants scheduled to open in 2013 feature Southeast Asian, Japanese, French, Latin American, Greek, Italian, and American fare, plus some hybrids. Veteran restaurateurs will expand into new cuisines, big names will make their District debuts, and a few longtime […]