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"I even told them that I’d rather catapult my food across the city to my customers. It had a better chance of showing up looking good than it did with their drivers."
The snow may keep you from work or school, but from the bar? Never. Behold, your snow day food and drink specials below. Know of other deals? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alba Osteria If at least 4 inches of snow accumulate in D.C. by 5 p.m., the restaurant will offer a bottomless dinner for $35 per person. […]
The Reheat Index takes one of the District’s favorite foods and sends it through the microwave. Some meals will rise again, delicious and transformed, others will fall apart when faced with electromagnetic radiation. Where: Kangaroo Boxing Club, 3410 11th St. NW The Dish: Bacon gorgonzola mac and cheese, $4. In a city with fierce brunch […]
The Dish: The Fuck’it Bucket Where to Get It: Kangaroo Boxing Club, 3410 11th St. NW; (202) 505-4522; kangaroodc.com Price: $10 What It Is: “A bowl full of awesome,” according to the vague yet accurate menu description. “It’s a creative channel for whoever’s in the kitchen with all our menu items at their disposal,” says […]
A month ago, Y&H broke the news that part of the team from Kangaroo Boxing Club was opening a new bar in Shaw called Ivy and Coney. Today, we know some more about what'll be inside it: The restaurant will embrace all things Chicago and Detroit. Co-owners Josh Saltzman and Adam Fry are from Chicago, […]
A neighborhood bar called Ivy and Coney is on its way to 1537 7th St. NW in Shaw. The small spot comes from Kangaroo Boxing Club co-owners Josh Saltzman and Chris Powers along with bartender Adam Fry and Jamie Hess, formerly of Blue Banana. "I used to live right around the corner from this spot, so […]
With Meat Week and Meat-Free Week back-to-back, there's a little bit of a rivalry going on between those who love burgers and bacon and those who don't. But can meat lovers and vegans/vegetarians sit down to a meal enjoyed by both parties? At some restaurants, yes. We pulled together the best vegetarian fare from meat-centric […]
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Quinoa is about the last thing you'd expect to find on a menu otherwise filled with pastrami, burgers, and "smokey joe" sandwiches. But at Kangaroo Boxing Club in Columbia Heights, the "Veg 'n' Egg" entree with quinoa, roasted beets, carrots, mushrooms, garlic, spinach, sliced almonds, and a fried duck egg is the most popular menu item […]