Posts Tagged ‘hot dog’

Food Porn of the Day: Slayer Dogs at ChurchKey

Kyle Bailey, the Rammy Award-winning chef at Birch & Barley/ChurchKey, is reputedly a bit of a heavy metal buff. That surely explains the logo of the thrash band Slayer so deftly carved into a hot dog in the above photo released via Twitter by the 14th Street eatery this afternoon. A rep for the restaurant […]

Half-Smoke Challenge to Find D.C.’s Top Dog

It's been said that the half-smoke is the closest thing the District gets to having a recognizable homegrown food product. The half-smoke, of course, is most associated with Ben's Chili Bowl on U Street NW, which this week donated its papers and artifacts to George Washington University's Africana Research Center. (Washington City Paper's 2007 cover […]

The Passenger’s Kimchi Hot Dog Is Happiness in a Warm Bun

From across the street, you can almost peer through the glass storefront at The Passenger and imagine a dimly lit Nighthawks. I have to admit, I'm feeling a bit of a stewing loner myself as Tom Brown keeps his hands busy at the bar.  The cocktail I ordered has left a bad taste in my […]

The Vienna Inn: Defining the Bar Food Genre

When my participation was first announced at the Young and Hungry Blog one commenter requested clarification saying… Good first blog topic: definition of “bar food”…. :-/ I’m a few weeks into my effort and still not sure I could offer a definition to  satisfy the folks at Merriam-Webster.  For now I suppose I’ll just have […]