Posts Tagged ‘doughnut’

Bye-Bye, Jelly Belly! U Hall Makes Room For Pho Dogs Galore

Late night nosh spot U Street Music Hall is shaking up its eclectic menu yet again. On Christmas Eve, the Northwest D.C. nightclub debuted its latest collection of interesting finger foods, including no fewer than six different variations of its original pho dog. The various new twists on the house-made Vietnamese soup-flavored frankfurter comes at […]

Three Things to Try This Weekend

"Hawaii Five-O" burger at Ted's Bulletin, glazed with teriyaki sauce, served atop grilled pineapple and topped with thinly sliced Spam, $12.29; 505 8th St. SE, (202) 544-8337 "Jersey Shore" pizza at Graffiato, topped with fried calamari and spicy pepper aioli, $15; 707 6th St. NW, (202) 289-3600 Bombolini ricotta doughnuts at Fiola (pictured), served with crème […]

Frosting on Debate: What Defines a Doughnut?

Are doughnuts the new cupcake? Asking that question of various D.C.-area fried-dough aficionados for this week's Young & Hungry column tended to lead to a more Clintonian discussion: how do you define a doughnut? A cupcake is a cupcake. It's small. It's muffin-shaped. It sometimes has sprinkles. Doughnuts come in all shapes and sizes and […]

Hitting the Sauce: Founding Farmers’ Triple-Threat Beignet Fixings

If there’s one thing I like better than a good gourmet doughnut, it’s the opportunity to sauce that tasty tiny fried cake myself. Case in point: the ambrosial “B Baby’s Beignets” at Founding Farmers, served with a trio of delectable house-made dips. Desperate dessert seekers, please be patient. The New Orleans-inspired sweets are made fresh […]