Posts Tagged ‘Barracks Row’

Neighborhood Restaurant Group Opening Barracks Row Restaurant

It will be located in the former Kraze Burgers space at 415 8th St. SE.

District Doughnut Opens Fridays Evenings Throughout August

District Doughnut's long-awaited Barracks Row shop has finally arrived, but it will be open Friday evenings only until its grand debut on Sept. 8. (UPDATE: The opening has been pushed back to Sept. 12.) From 6 p.m. until the doughnuts sell out tonight, guests can try the key lime pie and cookies and cream creations. Every Friday […]

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 […]

Rose’s Luxury Coming to Barracks Row

Chef Aaron Silverman, an alum of 2941 and Momofuku Noodle Bar, is opening a new restaurant called Rose's Luxury at 717 8th St. SE this spring. The modern menu will draw on the Maryland native's eclectic experience cooking Japanese, French, Korean, Italian, and Southern cuisines. In addition to 2941 and Momofuku, Silverman worked in New […]

What To Eat This Weekend: Mucho Meat (Plus Free Sides!) at Urban Bar-B-Q

Tonight, at Cashion's, chef John Manolatos unveils a new weekend tasting menu of his favorite dishes. Price is $85 per person ($105 with wine pairings). Availability is limited. The next day, the Cashion's crew also celebrates the second anniversary of its sister retail spot, A.M. Wine Shoppe, with tastings and demonstrations throughout the afternoon and […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: The Vince Gray Hoagie Edition

The newest hoagie hub under the Taylor Gourmet banner opens at 11 a.m. today on 14th Street NW. Mayor Vince Gray is supposed to be there for the ribbon cutting; Louis Sarcone Jr., however, probably won't. Also opening this morning: A new bakery, Le Caprice DC, in Columbia Heights. Here are some pics of the […]

Ercilia’s Turns Orange! Old-School Pupuseria Gets New Look In Changing Mt. Pleasant

If the fate of Barracks Row's now-defunct restaurants (Marty's, Firehouse Cafe, Ellington's on 8th) is any indication of what happens when new, shiny places invade (The Chesapeake Room, Cava, Zest Bistro) then the shops on Mt. Pleasant Street NW should be nervous. As the neighborhood's main street welcomes tonier retailers, Flying Fish Coffee and Tea […]

The Chipotle Exception: Burrito Bowls OK, Big Macs Not So Much, On Barracks Row

Chalk up another shutout for Barracks Row burritos. Last night, “fast casual” chain Chipotle scored the unanimous approval of the full Advisory Neighborhood Commission 6B in its quest for a special exemption to 8th Street SE’s prohibition on fast food restaurants. During the meeting, Chipotle rep Teddy Ferguson verbally committed to satisfying the noise concerns […]

Chipotle 10, Naysayers 0: ‘Fast Casual’ Chain Clears First Hurdle on Barracks Row

Capitol Hill is inching ever closer to its first burrito bowl. The Examiner reports that the planning and zoning committee of local Advisory Neighborhood Commission 6B on Tuesday voted 10-0 in favor of a special zoning exemption that would allow ubiquitous Mexican eatery Chipotle to set up shop along 8th Street SE. Fast food restaurants […]

Spam, Beef, Pineapple and Spam: Ted’s Bulletin Enacts its Own Version of ‘Spamalot’

Why garnish your burger with fresh toppings, as Wendy's late founder Dave Thomas always endorsed, when instead you can use good old-fashioned canned precooked meat manufactured by the Hormel Foods Corporation? As part of its new summer menu, Ted's Bulletin on Barracks Row recently unveiled the "Hawaii Five-O" burger, made with grilled pineapple, teriyaki glaze […]

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