Posts Tagged ‘column’

Tour de Forks: Local Restaurants Host Trips Around the World

A handful of D.C.-area restaurateurs and chefs are looking to not just transport people through food, but literally transport them to the source.

Diners and Servers Mingle at Public Staff Meals and Industry Nights

The relationship between staff and patrons is becoming more casual and open.

Restaurateurs Return to Their Afghan Roots

Local 16 is adding Afghan dishes to the menu, while Napoleon is being converted into a restaurant that will only serve the Central Asian cuisine.

Brohibition: With McFadden’s and Rhino Bar Gone, Where Will College Kids Go?

Georgetown University is trying to contain drinking on campus with a new bar and restaurant called Bulldog Tavern.

Tableside Preparations Are Making a Comeback at D.C. Restaurants

Restaurants are carving Spanish ham, grinding and brewing coffee, and mixing cocktails at the diner’s side.

Pop-Up Culture: Behind the Scenes in D.C.’s Temporary Bars and Restaurants

Putting together a pop-up is much more complicated than it seems.

Yes We Can: How a Mobile Cannery is Helping Local Breweries Get Their Six-Packs to You

River City Cannery's clients include Atlas Brew Works and Heavy Seas Beer.

Is Charging for Restaurant Reservations a Good Idea?

Table8 will give diners last minute reservations at hot restaurants—for a fee.

Meet D.C.’s First Bean-to-Bar Chocolate Makers

Undone Chocolate is now producing chocolate bars out of Union Kitchen. Another chocolate maker, Concept C, will open later this year.

Rival H Street NE Carryout Restaurants Named Tony’s Both Claim To Be the Original

“Everybody at this point is Tony."

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