Posts Tagged ‘Blind Dog Cafe’

Restaurants and Bars Fuel a Cottage Industry of Chalk Artists

Chantal Tseng is looking at pictures of cartoon lions on her phone. She wants to draw a comic feline on the chalkboard that hangs at the front of the sherry- and ham-obsessed Mockingbird Hill in Shaw, which she runs with her husband, Derek Brown. But she’s not quite sure how to sketch a convincing big […]

State of the Artisan: Will New “Food Incubators” Help Create a Culinary Business Boom?

Lobbyist and former congressional staffer Alexandrine De Bianchi first started making her salted caramel, pistachio, and passionfruit French macarons as a hobby two years ago. But when her employer told her it would be downsizing and laying her off within a year, De Bianchi began thinking seriously about transforming her extracurricular baking into a full-fledged […]

Pop Up? Pipe Down!

Lost Society, on U Street NW, is normally closed on Monday nights. But on a recent Monday evening, its dining room played host to 18 guests in a somewhat unusual arrangement. Seated around one long communal table, the diners ate dishes like popcorn soup, strawberry pasta, and a Ritz cracker ice cream with warm apple […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Don’t Forget Father’s Day Edition

Where to take dad to eat for Father's Day [Washingtonian] Since when did a Camaro convertible rental become a food blogger perk? [Bitches Who Brunch] Fire & Rice food truck now serving Korean bibimbap [Food Truck Fiesta] Blind Dog Cafe pop-up at Science Club [Going Out Gurus] Pretty pictures of Bar Pilar food [BYT] Hey Obama, Mike […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Talk To The Hand At Rasika Edition

About that big hand at Rasika West End [Post] José Andrés named one of the 100 most influential people in the world. [Time] A total of 14 new restaurants are coming to 14th Street NW [Dining Bisnow] Feastly's ramen pop-up at Blind Dog Cafe draws 300 requests for 35 seats.  [Twitter] Five D.C. crawfish spots […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Cheesy Pasta Heyday Edition

Two clowns start a food truck. No joke. It's called Cirque Cuisine. [HuffPo] The CapMac truck embraces America's cheesy pasta renaissance. [Yahoo] D.C. food trucks, in pictures [Post] Olive Garden critic Marilyn Hagerty is invited to dine at National Harbor's Bond 45. [WUSA] Boundary Road's Brad Walker tries to cook everything the right way. [Post] […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Boozy Horchata Edition

Are the city's proposed “vending development zones” dangerous to the future of food trucks? [WaPo] Want some hooch with your horchata? Room 11's got you covered. [Metrocurean] No, crepes are not the new cupcake. [The Hill Is Home] Here are some tips on getting that last-minute Valentine's Day reservation. [Borderstan] Add Blind Dog Cafe to […]

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