Posts Tagged ‘lamb’

Swapping Lamb Loin For Leg: Here’s How Chefs Make Restaurant Week Work

In his preview of D.C.'s upcoming restaurant week, which begins Jan. 9, WaPo critic Tom Sietsema talks to chefs about how they compensate for all those discounted meals during the biannual citywide promotion: "The trick, for [Ris owner Ris Lacoste] and her competitors, is to figure out food that reflects their style but isn’t 'going […]

Hand Meat Downs: At the Tombs, Diners Enjoy 1789’s Scraps

The Tombs is not known for its lamb ragu. It’s a college bar. It serves beer and various inexpensive “study snacks,” including chicken wings and fried pickles. But lately, the subterranean watering hole, located on the outskirts of the Georgetown University campus, has seen some subtle shifts in its menu offerings. Alongside the typical barroom […]

A Taste of What’s To Come: Boqueria’s Tapas y Raciones

On a recent visit to New York, Young & Hungry dropped by Boqueria in the Flatiron District for a peak at what chef Marc Vidal has in store for his forthcoming D.C. location, opening in Dupont Circle this fall. Just a quick bite (or three), starting with the cojonudo (pictured above): fried quail eggs, sprinkled […]