Posts Tagged ‘frederik de pue’

Sign of Spring: Pink Everything at Table Restaurant

Table is officially the most color-coordinated restaurant in town. When the Shaw restaurant opened, Y&H reported that chef and owner Frederik de Pue planned to match the color of the menus with the color of the kitchen crew's aprons, and that the hues would rotate with the seasons. It turns out that de Pue also […]

Nice Pair: Two New Restaurants Are Bringing Chef Frederik de Pue Into the Spotlight

There’s hardly a thing inside Table that chef Frederik de Pue hasn’t touched with his own hands. Sitting on the wooden bench he designed that spans the length of the new Shaw restaurant, he describes how he conceived everything from the layout of the dining room, with its nowhere-to-hide open kitchen and fresh herbs hanging […]

Table’s Menus Took Up to 75 Hours to Hand-Write in Pencil

Don't you dare spill on the menus at Frederik de Pue's new Shaw restaurant Table. Each one took two to three hours to hand-write. The seven page notebook-style menus are scrawled in pencil—front and back. Soung Wiser of D.C.-based The General Design Company, which created the menus, says that because the neighborhood vibe of the […]

New Opening Dates for Frederik de Pue’s Restaurants Table and Azur

It's quite ambitious for a first-time restaurateur to open two restaurants within a month or two of each other, but it appears that's exactly what chef Frederik de Pue now has planned. After several delays, de Pue's Shaw restaurant Table is now set to open Jan. 18. He hopes to have his seafood-centric Penn Quarter restaurant […]

Frederik De Pue Opening Seafood-Centric Restaurant in Former Café Atlántico Building

Last month, we broke the news that chef Frederik de Pue of forthcoming Shaw restaurant Table bought the building the formerly housed Café Atlántico, Minibar, and America Eats Tavern. Today, he reveals that the restaurant will be called Azur and draw on "European classics with contemporary flavors." In particular, the menu will focus on sustainable […]

Frederik De Pue Opening a Restaurant in Former Café Atlántico Building

Think Food Group has sold the Penn Quarter building that housed Café Atlántico, Minibar, and America Eats Tavern to chef Frederik De Pue and his investors, who plan to open a new restaurant in the space by the end of the year. The Belgian native worked in some top European restaurants before moving to D.C. […]

Coming Next Week to H St.: Smith Commons

The H Street NE corridor will soon have a new one-of-a-kind dining and drink destination inspired by something pretty ordinary and average. The Smith in Smith Commons is, according to the restaurant, "the most common surname in the United States, the UK and Australia. Although the name was originally given to those who worked with […]

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