Posts Tagged ‘Adams Morgan’

Komi and Little Serow Alums to Open Adams Morgan Restaurant

Tail Up Goat will take inspiration from southern Mediterranean cuisine.

Cashion’s Eat Place Owners to Open Pop’s Seabar in Adams Morgan

Cashion's Eat Place owners John Manolatos and Justin Abad are taking over the just-shuttered Taan Noodles space next door to open a shore-inspired spot called Pop's Seabar this fall. The casual no-reservations restaurant and bar takes inspiration from the seafood shacks that both owners frequented during summers spent with their families at the beach—the Eastern Shore […]

Get Your Gourmet Dirty-Water Dogs and Corn Dogs at Roofers Union Tonight

The group behind Cleveland Park’s Ripple officially opens Roofers Union in the Reef’s former space tonight. The restaurant will showcase Ripple chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley’s take on everyday, casual foods, like cipollini onions rings, bratwurst, and andouille corn dogs. Unlike its more upscale sister restaurant, Roofers Union will offer a fairly constant menu at lower prices, with dishes […]

Pho 14 Heading to Adams Morgan

Looks like Pho 14 in Columbia Heights is opening a second location at 1769 Columbia Rd. NW, according to permits in the owner's name at that address. Manager Thanh Nguyen confirms to Y&H that the Vietnamese restaurant is in fact opening a new location in Adams Morgan in late summer or early fall. She says […]

College Kids Still Fascinated With Jumbo Slice

Yes, the dining options in Adams Morgan are much improved these days, what with the recent additions of Smoke & Barrel, Mellow Mushroom and Mintwood Place, among other new venues. And yet, the densely liquor-licensed neighborhood continues to garner attention for one particular form of solid sustenance, the jumbo slice. Case in point: this new […]

Foodie & The Feastly: It’s My First Time Dining With Strangers Via The Internet. Please Be Gentle.

Last weekend, I ended my boycott of Adams Morgan and attended my first meal organized by Feastly, the D.C. start-up that uses an internet platform to connect willing cooks and hungry foodies for dinner parties in private residences. This was sure to be a test of my preconceived notions about dinner parties in general and […]

Price Check: Escargot Hush Puppies at Mintwood Place Now More French, More Expensive, Too

In this week's print column, Y&H ponders the escargot hush puppy, among other things, at Mintwood Place in Adams Morgan. A rep from the restaurant reached out today to note a discrepancy in the reported price of the fancy snail balls, which currently sell for $9—not $7, as indicated in the article. When Y&H pointed […]

Snail Pace: What Does Mintwood Place Mean for Adams Morgan Dining?

If any D.C. neighborhood could use a new food icon, it’s Adams Morgan. For too long, the densely liquor-licensed area has been synonymous with one particular form of consumable. (Well, apart from the liquid kind.) I’m referring, of course, to that ungodly triangle of late-night gluttony, the jumbo slice. With its super-sized proportions—it measures as […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Soupy Scenes Edition

Take a peek inside the retail shell that will become the first District Taco location inside the actual District. [WaPo] Estadio owner Mark Kuller says there aren't many tapas bars in Spain any better than his own place right here in D.C.  Admittedly, he's biased. [Washingtonian] Westend Bistro's Eric Ripert thinks National Airport's Matsutake Sushi […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Garden & Gun Edition

Cedric Maupillier's Mintwood Place opens Jan. 29 in Adams Morgan. Here's a sneak peek at the menu and check out the tagliatelle bolognese pictured above. [Eater DC] Cookie-themed café Uncle Chip's has opened in Truxton Circle [Prince of Petworth] Oh, truck it: The guys behind nightspots Ultrabar, Lima, and Barcode are launching two new food […]