Posts Tagged ‘fried chicken’

Southern Restaurant Magnolia’s On King Opens In Alexandria Today

The refined takes on comfort classics include bison meatloaf, deep fried oyster po' boy sliders, and baked mac and cheese made with local cheeses and "house pork rind dust."

Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken Coming to Falls Church

The second location will open this summer.

BonChon Chicken Now Open in Arlington

If you're still making you're way through Washington City Paper's 50 must-try dishes, now you can knock BonChon Chicken's wings and drumsticks off the list without a trip to Rockville or Fairfax. The Korean fried chicken destination opened yesterday at the Shops at Pershing (near Clarendon) in Arlington. Expect a menu that's similar the international […]

GBD Now Serving Fried Chicken and Doughnuts

At last. You can now fill your bellies with fried chicken and doughnuts at GBD (Golden Brown Delicious). The Neighborhood Restaurant Group spot is only open for breakfast and lunch for now (8 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on weekends), but will soon serve dinner and late-night. First off: […]

Eating Viral: How Doughnuts, Ramen, Tacos, and Other Food Trends Sweep D.C. Restaurants

Three years ago, two groups of people in the same place had the same idea at the same time: Hey, why don’t we open a gourmet doughnut shop? The owners of Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken and Neighborhood Restaurant Group’s GBD (Golden Brown Delicious) knew nothing of each other’s plans, or that people would be […]

Fried Chicken and Doughnut Pop-up Coming to Birch & Barley

Not to be outdone by the Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken pop-ups at Chinatown Coffee Co., competing fried chicken and doughnut spot GBD is popping up twice this month. The Neighborhood Restaurant Group eatery, opening in Dupont Circle next month, will set up shop in Logan Circle's Birch & Barley on Feb. 15 and 22, beginning at […]

Take Me to Your Eater

In Philadelphia, there’s Geno’s and Pat’s cheesesteaks. In New Orleans, it’s Café du Monde’s beignets. And in D.C., some dishes have amassed their own cult-like followings. Sweet Corn Agnolotti at Graffiato Graffiato fans nearly started a riot when these corn-stuffed, pillow-shaped pasta went out of season last year. The popular dish will return on June […]

Rockfish Risotto, Crab In A Martini Glass: Things To Expect at Southern Hospitality, Opening Tonight

Southern Hospitality—the new Adams Morgan eatery, described as "American fare with a Southern flair," which is in no way connected to the Justin Timberlake-co-created New York restro of the same name—opens to the public tonight at 5 p.m. "Quietly," adds co-owner Anthony Lupo. "But yes." The restaurant has been hosting friends and family the past […]

Braising the Bar: A Beleaguered Dive Gets a Culinary Boost From the Owner’s Chef Wife

Graduates of L’Academie de Cuisine, the prestigious Maryland cooking school, generally don’t aspire to flip burgers in the back of a dive bar. And yet there’s Amber Bursik, class of 2007, putting her expensive culinary education to work in the noble pursuit of elevating the salty bar snack. Spiced pecans, anyone? “I was joking around […]

So Many Colors in the Ketchup Rainbow: José Andrés’ Quest for Condiment Redemption

The New York Times checks in with esteemed D.C. chef José Andrés this week for a story about ketchup. Andrés is on a mission to bring back the wide variety that once characterized America's best known condiment. His barely one-month-old pop-up restaurant, America Eats Tavern, offers as many as eight different types of the dipping […]

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