Posts Tagged ‘Breakfast’

Why Don’t More Restaurants Serve Weekday Breakfast?

As the food scene grows, will D.C.'s weekday breakfast options get better?

What To Eat Tonight: Thunder’s Reindeer Burgers (It’s Your Last Chance To Taste Rudolph)

Tonight: Chef Todd Gray and wife-partner Ellen Gray of Equinox and Watershed host the 11th annual Sugar & Champagne charity event at Muse inside the Corcoran Gallery of Art, featuring all sorts of goodies from about 50 area restaurants. If you don't already have tickets, you're out of luck. The swanky soiree (priced at $90 […]

Rise And Shine, Risotto Balls! Taylor Gourmet Tries Breakfast

Last night, the hoagie honchos behind 14th Street's new fancy sandwich shop, Taylor Gourmet, unveiled their latest barrage of Philadelphia-themed foodstuffs. This time, the lineup targets an entirely new demographic: breakfast diners. The new weekend morning menu (also offered late Friday and Saturday nights) features seven styles of egg-topped hoagies, including one drizzled with a […]

Even Michel Richard Is Baffled By The Most Important Meal Of The Day

"The food is getting better every day. The most difficult meal is breakfast. You see, we don't eat breakfast in France like we do here."—Citronelle's James Beard Award-winning chef, Michel Richard, talking to The Huffington Post about his new Central restaurant at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Michel Richard Citronelle

Move Over, Ted’s! There’s a New Homemade Pop-Tart in Town

Ted's Bulletin isn't the only place in D.C. turning your favorite childhood pastry into modern day comfort food. Flying Fish Coffee, which opened in Mt. Pleasant this past April, was offering its own homemade style of Pop-Tarts this morning, a red plum variety on special for $2 a pop, um, tart. Flaky and lightly sticky […]

What Washington Needs: Breakfast Breggos From Boulder

Attention Coloradans in the D.C. area: Have you ever had any of the delicious goodies from the good folks at Breggos in Boulder? I was traveling in the Centennial State recently and enjoyed different varieties for breakfast at a great coffee shop down the street from my hotel. What are these delightful Breggos? It might […]

Mini-Review: Breakfast Tacos at Taqueria Nacional

Around lunchtime, Taqueria Nacional, a quaint corner eatery that's somewhat hidden behind Johnny’s Half Shell on the ground floor of a glassy Senate-side office building, is a notorious zoológico, with legendary long lines extending far out the front door. But, at breakfast, the scene is a heckuva lot more pacifica. Barely a dozen Capitol Hill […]

Cereal Killer

Late last year when the Cereal Bowl closed in Cleveland Park, there was a sliver of hope that the cereal-focused franchise was going to reopen on the neighborhood's Connecticut Avenue strip, just with a different owner. But that's not going to happen. Reports Cleveland Park 2.0: “The Cereal Bowl is out,” said George Pedas, a […]

Did You Know It’s Hot Breakfast Month?

Does eating a toasted Asiago bagel from Starbucks count as a hot breakfast? If so, then Young & Hungry participated in National Hot Breakfast Month earlier today. So, yay, right? Y&H loves a good hot breakfast, but normally does not have time to do it right. Irish steel-cut oats made at home are great, but […]

How to Make ‘Weekend French Toast’

Weekend French Toast from Food52 on Vimeo. Hey, it's the weekend, live a little. Inject a little dark rum into your French toast.

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