Posts Tagged ‘Artisphere’

Cooking With Herbs: The Alice B. Toklas Recipe That Carole Greenwood Won’t Cook

[WARNING: Do not attempt this at home. Unless maybe you have a qualifying medical condition. If you do, please consult your doctor and/or lawyer as results may vary.] Tonight, at Artisphere in Arlington, celebrated D.C. chef Carole Greenwood hosts a special $150-per-person "pop-up culinary adventure," inspired by one of the best-selling cookbooks of all time, [...]

What To Eat Today: ‘Chowda’ For $1 at Legal Sea Foods, Reindeer Stroganoff at Thunder Burger

Wednesday is "Chowda Day" at Legal Sea Foods in Chinatown, with cups of the creamy white stuff selling for just a buck with the purchase of any entrée. Later, it's game on for another "Wild Wednesday" at Thunder Burger in Georgetown. On the menu: reindeer stroganoff with mashed potatoes. Coming up: On Friday, Carole Greenwood's [...]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Crêpes-A-Gone-Gone Edition

Crêpes-A-Go-Go, R.I.P. [Prince of Petworth] Carole Greenwood is not making hashish spread at Artisphere next week. Just ''classical French food done in an American way." [Metro Weekly] Mmmm...coffee from a cat's digestive tract. Worst. Sumatra. Blend. Ever. [WaPo] A peek inside Capitol Hill's new Boxcar Tavern. [We Love DC] Is pepper really all it's cracked [...]

Artisphere’s Here Cafe Bar, R.I.P. (2011-2011)

Back in June, Y&H colleague Alex Baca wrote about the foot-traffic woes of Artisphere, Arlington County's would-be Kennedy Center for young people. Part of the problem: losing Busboys & Poets, the creative-class magnet that restaurateur Andy Shallal had originally intended to spin-off into yet another buzzy location inside the arts center. But the deal fell [...]

Artisphere Using Its Last Four Letters for New Restaurant Name

A grand new era in Rosslyn diningwill kick off next month, when Arlington County's Artisphere opens its freshly named restaurant, HERE, the product of a public naming contest. (Artesano and También were finalists, but didn't make the cut.) So with HERE, think of it as the last four letters of the arts complex, or, perhaps, [...]

Quick Feeding: Faux Pho, Fish and Chips, and Zee’s Zip

Faux-Pho Philosophy: Area chefs are experimenting with pho, including Nick Sharpe of BaBay, Tim Carman writes. Pho is traditionally something where condiments, like Sriracha sauce and jalapeños, are added according to personal taste, not according to the chef's taste. "Sharpe's only concession to consumer freedom is a small tray of hoisin and Sriracha sauces. He [...]

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