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Posts Tagged ‘Carmine’s’
It’s all a bit black-and-white: eternal bliss and flutes of Champagne for the taken, mountains of garlic bread and organ meats for those sending caustic glances their direction.
Some companies throw down as much as $100,000 on their end of year festivities.
Go ahead. Have a ball. It's National Meatball Day, after all. And, as you might expect, there are deals to be had all over town. At Carmine's, for example, every table of six or more guests gets six free meatballs (and we're talking about some really big balls here). At Sonoma, meanwhile, chef Michael Bonk […]
A bill to require D.C. food trucks to collect the usual 10 percent sales tax is headed back to D.C. Council. [Blade] Early intel on Bar Pilar's new upstairs dining room; plus, pics from inside. [Washingtonian, BYT] Peregrine Espresso's Lindsey Kiser is headed to the U.S. Barista Championship. [Fresh Cup] Spike Mendelsohn has devised a […]
Tonight: City Paper hosts its "Best of DC 2012 voting party at Carmine's in Penn Quarter. Free food provided. All we ask in return is your humble opinion on the tastiest stuff in town. Meanwhile, on Capitol Hill, popular cafe and wifi hotspot Pound is launching its new dinner service at 5 p.m. sharp, serving […]
Yes, it's Wednesday, which means that chef Ryan Fichter is going wild again at Thunder Burger in Georgetown. This week's gamey special: red wine-braised goat served over orzo pasta. Meanwhile, Urbana continues to fete its Facebook fans, with half-off quartinos at the bar. Coming up tomorrow: don't forget to swing by Carmine's in Penn Quarter […]
Monday is National Pie Day and Arlington's Bayou Bakery, for one, is observing the crusty date by serving up some sweet and savory varieties by the slice. The proprietors are keeping mum about the exact flavors so you actually have to show up in order to see what's available. Pie-seekers unafraid of braving the elements […]
Yes, this is a bribe. Let us entice you with free appetizers (perhaps even including some of those hefty meatballs) and drink specials as you help us decide who will win "Best Food and Drink" honors (among more than 100 other categories) at Washington City Paper's Best of D.C. 2012 voting party at Carmine's in […]
Quite a big deal has been made of Michel Richard's balls—that is, the "rounded meats" on sale at the famed Citronelle chef's new Meatballs shop in Penn Quarter. Talk about braggadocio: the word "balls" is heavily emphasized in big letters on the restaurant's signage. But, for all the big hype and even bigger type, Richard's […]