Posts Tagged ‘Clyde’s’

Sauce-O-Meter: How the Week’s Food Happenings Measure Up

Who’s In and Who’s Out at D.C.-Area Kitchens

Chefs seem to be changing with the season, because there have been a lot of kitchen switch-ups announced in the past several days. Here's who's coming and who's going: Washington Post critic Tom Sietsema brings word that Wit & Wisdom has brought in Trummer's on Main chef Clayton Miller to man its kitchen. Miller was named […]

Clyde’s Responds To Low Rating By Restaurant Workers’ Group

Last week, a national restaurant workers group released a new dining guide, rating restaurants not on food, service and decor but instead on personnel issues—things like hourly wages, paid sick leave and opportunities for advancement. A number of D.C. restaurant operators earned accolades for their policies. One organization that did not: Clyde's Restaurant Group, operators […]

What Are D.C.’s Most Worker-Friendly Restaurants? (Hint: Not Clyde’s)

A national restaurant workers’ organization on Thursday unveiled a handy new dining guide. This one rates restaurants not on their food, service and decor but instead on working conditions: things like wages, paid sick leave, occupational segregation—appetizing topics like that. A number of D.C.-area eateries are featured in the guide, not always in a positive […]

This Week in Beer: Mikkeller Barrel-Aged Series at ChurchKey, Williamsburg Alewerks at Dino, Last Week for JulyPAs at Pizzeria Paradiso & More

The week in beer is here! Find details for any event in the D.C. Beer Events Calendar above or read on for a quick overview of the week in brew. There are two huge events on Monday night at ChurchKey. First is a draft night featuring an education in barrel aged beer courtesy of Mikkeller. The […]

This Week in Beer: Belgian Fest at Et Voila!, Rare Casks at Old Europe, Imperials from Baying Hound & More

After a much deserved week of rest, I am out of the bars and back at the computer to give you the low-down on weekly beer events in and around the District. Things are a bit quiet this week, as many are still recovering from Savor madness. More on Savor week later, but read on […]

This Week in Beer: DC Brau Launch, Flying Dog Exclusive, Brew Cruise and More

It's another big week for craft beer fans in D.C. There is plenty to do from fancy multi-course pairing dinners to casual pay-as-you-drink draft nights and even a beer cruise on the Potomac. Read on for my picks or click on any event in the D.C. Beer Events Calendar above for more details. My pick of […]

The Tombs: A Basement Space Defined By Its Shape

Following the recommendation of a food friend, I found myself at The Tombs in Georgetown this past weekend. I'd chosen a lazy and cold Sunday afternoon to avoid what I thought would be a typical college crowd. I anticipated nachos, wings, and what's said to be a great burger, but the menu ended up being […]

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