The BBQ Joint's Andrew Evans is teaming up with restaurateurs Ian and Eric Hilton.
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The problems that plagued Georgetown three decades ago are gone. The problem now? Not a lot of restaurateurs want Georgetown.
Bar à Vin offers around 150 mostly French wines.
The Hiltons have also signed a lease near Union Market.
Expect more southern French cuisine.
Brothers Eric and Ian Hilton have built their restaurant empire around up-and-coming dining neighborhoods like U Street NW and, more recently, Petworth. So it came as a bit of a surprise when the team behind Marvin, The Gibson, The Brixton, and others announced yesterday that their next restaurant will be in… Georgetown? The new spot, located […]
The space belonging to restaurateur Eric Hilton at 2005 14th St. NW has gone through many identities in its two-and-a-half year life span—Blackbyrd Warehouse, Hanoi House, a test kitchen for Maketto, and as of tomorrow, Den of Thieves. Like its predecessor, Den of Thieves will focus on street-style Asian food plus cocktails—all under $10. The revamped 50-seat venue […]
"It's not a taqueria," says Ian Hilton of the new "Mexican beer garden" El Rey. "But we're going to focus on tacos." The not-taqueria from Ian and his brother Eric Hilton, who also own places like The Brixton, Satellite Room, and Marvin, opens today at 9th and U streets NW, serving at least nine varieties […]
Stepping into Eric Hilton’s newest restaurant, Chez Billy, I thought back to my first visit to one of his establishments, Dragonfly. I remember the old place. Sort of. The design of the Dupont Circle eatery, with its stark white palette and minimalist furnishings, seemed strikingly chic, especially for D.C. in the early to mid-2000s. Japanese […]