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Robert Wiedmaier is the latest restaurateur to take on live music with his new venue, Villain & Saint.
It's not just major restaurant brands that hire social media managers. Local eateries do it too.
Cured meats and pork belly pupusas are on the menu at B Side.
It's late summer, which mean's it's time for pumpkin beer. Yes, really.
Local pastry chef all-star Tiffany MacIaac, who introduced the Luther to D.C. and is responsible for some of tastiest desserts in the city, is leaving Neighborhood Restaurant Group next month. MacIsaac oversaw desserts across NRG's restaurants, including Birch & Barley, GBD, Buzz Bakery, and more. Her husband, chef Kyle Bailey, will remain with the restaurant group. The […]
Garden District isn't the only place in town with a whole pig's head on the menu anymore. The Partisan opens today offering a $75 hog snout served with salsa verde, pickled peppers, and a pig ear salad. The platter is just one of the many things sure to make meat lovers giddy at the Penn […]
Rise and shine: Red Apron Butcher's sausage, egg, and cheese sandwich with maple butter awaits. The Penn Quarter location of the Neighborhood Restaurant Group sandwich/butchery/charcuterie shop and market opens today, with adjoining sister restaurant The Partisan to follow in a few weeks. The main menu attractions are sandwiches made with tigelle, an Italian English muffin-like flatbread […]
Coming soon to Bluejacket: free behind-the-scene tours, showcasing the brewing operation that produces more than two dozen craft brews on the southeast waterfront. Bluejacket tours begin on Jan. 31 and will be held every Friday and Saturday at the brewery. If you’re lucky, your tour leader may be Neighborhood Restaurant Group Beer Director Greg Engert, […]
Will 2014 be the year the New York Times and other national rags stop mentioning politics and expense accounts when writing about D.C.’s food scene? Wishful thinking, perhaps. But the city’s culinary cred will only demand more respect this year. Sure, plenty of big name celebrity chefs—Philadelphia’s Jose Garces, New York’s Daniel Boulud, Boston’s Michael […]