The restaurant opens Feb. 5, breakfast through dinner.
Posts Tagged ‘Founding Farmers’
What happens when a food writer drinks nothing but cold-pressed juice for three days.
It's not just major restaurant brands that hire social media managers. Local eateries do it too.
Iron Gate, Founding Farmers, Kapnos, The Red Hen, The Passenger, and more all have their own private labels.
There's hardly a food or drink item that restaurants don't attempt to make in-house these days. So why not distill their own booze too? The team behind Founding Farmers and Farmers Fishers Bakers has been doing just that with the help of Copper Fox Distillery in Sperryville, Va. In 2009, Farmers Restaurant Group released its […]
LivingSocial is opening a speakeasy at 918 F St. NW. Every Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m., beginning tomorrow, the daily deal company will open up the basement bar of its event space to the public for cocktails and bar bites. And like an old-school speakeasy, you'll need a password to enter. […]
A deer is staring at my pulled pork sandwich. The beady black eyes peer down from a stuffed, mounted, and antlered head above the bar at the U Street NW barbecue joint American Ice Company. It’s part of the hip vintage-saloon look of the place, just like the rusted car battery display case repurposed as […]
Plans to revitalize the National Mall could include food trucks. [Examiner] What's your favorite cult restaurant not in D.C.? [Washington Business Journal] Starbucks in Woodley Park is under renovations. [Prince of Petworth] A profile of prolific D.C. restaurateur Joe Englert [Washingtonian] An ATM that dispenses cupcakes [Post] Here's how to make the Starry Starry Night […]
José Andrés almost crashed his new food truck into a tree. Let this be a lesson to all you young people entering the industry: don't eat and drive. [Eater DC] Mike Isabella dishes about his Mexican-inspired menu at the forthcoming Bandolero. Salsa? Not included. Fajitas? Maybe. Tacos? Most definitely. Margaritas? Hiccup! [Washingtonian] One writer's last […]
Deviled eggs, like the common hot dog and macaroni and cheese, are one of those classic comfort foods that have lately taken on a sort of contemporary chic—and, in some cases, sheen. To wit: One recent evening at Boundary Stone in Bloomingdale, a plate of the $3 hors d’oeuvres arrived in the standard fashion—hard-boiled, bisected, […]