Posts Tagged ‘EatBar’

Tallula and EatBar to Close This Month

But chef Rob Rubba will head a new restaurant from Neighborhood Restaurant Group.

EatBar Wants to See You Wear an Ugly Holiday Sweater

This must take an early lead in the most ridiculous attempt to pair up a holiday theme with restaurant marketing. Take it away, EatBar! Arlington, VA (December 3, 2010) – EatBar welcomes guests to wear their itchy, their fuzzy, their wooly and their synthetic sweaters to the gastropub’s Ugly Sweater Party on Sunday, December 19th […]

Food News You Can Use: Tis the Season for Hangover Remedies

Let's get straight to the news: Volt chef and owner Bryan Voltaggio is apparently scouting around for another restaurant, which may or may not be the second coming of Volt. (Washington Business Journal) Tis the season for tying one on. Tis the season for hangover remedies, too. A number of local heavy hitters explain their […]

Sriracha Laced Rooster Wings Have Me Riding the Orange Line

Though I’m not enamored with nachos, my post earlier this week set off a craving. EatBar’s Monday night football menu promised an interesting version spiked with venison chili. The nachos were fine, but it was the rooster sauce wings on the menu that grabbed me. I’ve always been a Frank’s sauce purist, but sriracha has […]

Vox Populi: Restaurant Rater mcclive on EatBar

It's time again for Vox Populi, when we turn the blog over to you, the loyal reader, to give us your opinion on an area restaurant. This edition features a Y&H favorite, mcclive, one of the most thorough and trusted voices in all of Restaurant Rater-land. Here's his take on EatBar:

Early Warning: Brew at the Zoo

Like beer? How about animals? Yes? Well, you're in luck. The annual "Brew at the Zoo" event at the National Zoo is scheduled for Thursday, August 20. Sponsored by Friends of the National Zoo (FONZ), the event will raise funds for the Zoo's education, sustainability, and conservation programs. Tickets are $35 for FONZ members; $50 […]

Alert Las Vegas: Washingtonian Debuts Burger Brackets in Time for March Madness

The recent spate of new burger joints in the D.C. market has inspired the Washingtonian to debut a March Madness-like contest, Burger Brackets, which pits ground-beef sandwich vs. ground beef sandwich until an ultimate winner is crowned. Wanna bet that Ray's Hell Burger takes top honors? Regardless of its predictability, Burger Brackets is a great […]