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As the food scene grows, will D.C.'s weekday breakfast options get better?
D.C. is a hot market for food and drink delivery.
The Logan family custom makes sausages for restaurants like Taylor Gourmet.
Taylor Charles Steak & Ice, the H Street NE cheesesteak spot from the owners of Taylor Gourmet, has been closed in recent days with paper covering the windows. It's unclear if or when it will reopen. Co-owner Casey Patten did not respond to requests for comment. "All we can say right now is cheesesteaks are […]
Here's an unusual perk if you're in the market for a one-bedroom condo in Chinatown: Taylor Gourmet co-owner Casey Patten is giving away five years' worth of free hoagies to whoever buys his place. Or more precisely, he'll give the new owner a gift card to his restaurants worth $2,970. That breaks down to one […]
Among local restaurateurs, there’s a sacred code: Don’t walk into another operator’s restaurant and try to steal the staff. But these are desperate times. In recent months, poaching has become more frequent and more aggressive. Passion Food Hospitality co-owner Gus DiMillo says it’s become all too common to see managers of other restaurants come into […]
If you haven't tried a cheesesteak from Taylor Charles Steak & Ice, now's your chance to get one without trekking to H Street NE. All this week, cheesesteaks will be available at different Taylor Gourmet locations. Today, get the Philly staple at the new Penn Quarter store at 624 E St. NW. (Check out locations […]
What’s your favorite comfort food in D.C.? Casey Patten Co-owner, Taylor Gourmet “DC Noodle was my favorite place to eat noodle soups without having to leave the city. It was my go-to spot for takeout on a gloomy day or to fix a hangover. I would always get the spicy ginger noodle soup with chicken. […]
The guys behind Taylor Gourmet are taking over the vacant building once home to Mid City Deli at 14th and P streets NW. No word yet as to whether they will open another a Taylor Gourmet or something different. They already have a hoagie shop about five blocks away at 1910 14th St. NW. "We're not […]