Posts Tagged ‘Daniel Kramer’

What’s in a Name? For Restaurants, Everything.

It could have been called Scotch and Sofa. Or worse: Couch. Those were some of the names that The Fainting Goat owners Greg Algie and Henry Bruce spitballed for their U Street NW restaurant before it opened last winter. The building, after all, once belonged to a home furnishings shop. “In his head, he was just […]

Restaurant, Meet Market. Market, Meet Restaurant.

If you want Menu MBK’s bacon thyme parker house rolls for breakfast, don’t bother hoarding them and asking for a doggie bag. After you finish dinner at chef Frederik de Pue’s Penn Quarter restaurant, you’ll find a four-pack for purchase on the first-floor market. Didn’t get to try that stinky bleu on the rolling cheese […]

From East London to East Dupont: Duke’s Grocery Opens Tomorrow

East London-inspired cafe/pub/market Duke's Grocery will begin offering internationally inspired sandwiches tomorrow for dinner and lunch, beginning at 11 a.m. The Dupont restaurant comes from former Rugby Cafe and Glover Park's Kitchen 2404 chef Alex McCoy, who spent some of his childhood in London, and Daniel Kramer, who organizes tasting tours like the DC Beerathon, […]

Duke’s Grocery Will Bring East London to East Dupont

The royal baby isn't the only good news for anglophiles in D.C. An East London-inspired cafe and market called Duke's Grocery is in the works for the east Dupont spot formerly occupied by Cafe Green. It's set to open in a month or so. The eatery comes from former Rugby Cafe and Kitchen 2404 chef Alex McCoy, […]

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