Posts Tagged ‘Little Ethiopia’

A Night Out in Little Ethiopia

In this week's print edition of Washington City Paper, Rend Smith examines the life of Ali Ahmed Mohammed, the man "who, by crime or by accident or by personal recklessness, lost his life" outside of the DC9 rock club on 9th Street NW in October. The death has shaken D.C.'s nightlife community and Ethiopians who […]

A Black Friday Shopping Guide for People Who’d Rather Eat

Allow me to offer a disclaimer before I start: You can trust my picks for the District's best shopping districts as much as you can trust Bernie Madoff's financial advice. Through years of selective focus, I can walk through any neighborhood and ignore all manner of shoe shops, clothing stores, and perfumeries, my mind singularly […]

The Foreign Ingestor: Ethiopic Restaurant

The Spot: Ethiopic Restaurant, 401 H St. NE, (202) 675-2066 The Cuisine: Ethiopian The Go-To Dish: Ethiopic signature kitfo (raw, preferably) The Scoop: Philly's got cheesesteaks, New York's got pizza, and D.C. has damn fine Ethiopian food, much of which I have had the pleasure to sample. I was curious how the latest competitor, Ethiopic, […]

Young & Hungry Dining Guide by the Day: Little Ethiopia

I liked Little Ethiopia the moment I stepped into its subterranean space on 9th Street NW, in that section of Shaw known as, well, Little Ethiopia. I felt as if I had walked into a restaurant in the mother country itself. The long, narrow dining room was appointed not only with mesob wicker tables, but […]