Posts Tagged ‘Mad Men’

What To Eat Tonight: Maple Bacon Ice Cream Sandwich With Waffle Cookies at Sugar Magnolia

Temperatures are expected to climb into the 70s on this early spring day—ideal conditions for an ice cream sandwich. Especially a gourmet maple-bacon ice cream sandwich made with waffle cookies. Sugar Magnolia, the brand spankin' new treats shop in Cleveland Park, brought to you by the proprietors of the similarly Grateful Dead song-titled Ripple, is […]

What To Eat Tonight: Corned Beef & Cabbage Pizza at Pizzeria Paradiso

Craft beer geeks have even more reason to visit Pizzeria Paradiso in Georgetown tonight. The brew-centric restaurant is offering a five-course dinner (six, if you count the snack) highlighting a selection of suds from Seattle's Elysian Brewing Co. On the menu: a sweet potato pecan dip, chopped salad, house-made country pate, and two types of […]

Sinatra Didn’t Dine Here

Boozy lunches and late-night binges, soaked up with Nat King Cole’s favorite burger, followed by the inevitable trips to Frank Sinatra’s favorite urinals—this is what dining at P.J. Clarke’s is supposed to be all about. The name alone should inspire a bleary-eyed hiccup or two. Fans of the AMC drama Mad Men will recognize the […]

Food News You Can Use: Fabio Is Back!

Hey, the Redskins squeaked one out yesterday so there's no need to play Monday morning (or afternoon) quarterback. In lieu of this week's Dan Snyder sucks-a-thon, let's get straight to the food news. A bold new deli, Annie and Teddy's, is set to open on the corner of Potomac and Pennsylvania SE. (Prince of Petworth) […]

Vintage Movie Intermission Trailers

Y&H is old enough to remember drive-ins and some of the classic intermission advertisements that these operations showed between flicks. But Serious Eats has unearthed even older trailers dating back to when movie houses used to have intermissions. These clips are delightfully cheesy. They make me wonder what Don Draper would think of them. Not […]

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