Posts Tagged ‘barry koslow’

May The Schwartz’s Be With You: Barry Koslow Is Bringing Jewish Deli Fare To D.C.

There's nothing quite like a smoked meat sandwich from Schwartz's in Montreal, which is sort of like the Shake Shack or Georgetown Cupcake of Jewish delis, with its lengthy lunch line often stretching down Saint-Laurent Boulevard. Definitely nothing like it in D.C. at least, which is why Y&H is pretty stoked to find out about Barry […]

Crafty Bastards Goes Gastro: Get Bacon Tips From Bev Eggleston, Moonshine Advice From Gina Chrevesani

One noticeable difference about this year's upcoming Crafty Bastards festival, slated for Oct. 1: food is a much bigger focus. In addition to a new crafty food market and contests to crown the best local picklers, preservers and brewers, organizers have assembled a number of local culinary industry luminaries to conduct various do-it-yourself demonstrations. Learn […]

Quick Feeding: Ren’s Ramen Gets Noodling Again in Wheaton

Back in Broth: Longtime Young & Hungry fave Ren's Ramen, formerly of Bethesda, has re-opened in Wheaton. “I think this is a nice place,” owner Yoko Nakamura says of the new 1,250-square-foot location at 11403 Amherst Avenue. “It’s pretty close to the Metro station.” Y&H alum Tim Carman provides a tantalizing photo from the scene. […]

EatBar Wants to See You Wear an Ugly Holiday Sweater

This must take an early lead in the most ridiculous attempt to pair up a holiday theme with restaurant marketing. Take it away, EatBar! Arlington, VA (December 3, 2010) – EatBar welcomes guests to wear their itchy, their fuzzy, their wooly and their synthetic sweaters to the gastropub’s Ugly Sweater Party on Sunday, December 19th […]

Dining Guide Rejects: Corduroy, Comet, Urban, Tallula

Urban Bar-B-Que: Still not a consistent winner. There must have been a hundred different reasons why I decided to include or pass over a restaurant for this year's Dining Guide. I thought I'd give you a glimpse into a few of the restaurants that didn't make the cut and why: Comet Ping-Pong and Buck's Fishing and Camping: Carole Greenwood's […]

Something Not Terribly Vegetarian

I didn't get to Tallula in time to see Nathan Anda do some butchering. But the former Tallula chef, who's heading up the Neighborhood Restaurant Group's cured-meat initiative, Red Apron, had plenty to show me.