Whereas most D.C.-area beer companies try to bolster their local cred, Pierre Richard Augustin initially planned to sell his beer exclusively to China.
Posts Tagged ‘North Sea Restaurant’
The City Paper editorial staff fanned out across the area yesterday to take a look at the way we eat, all the way down to Darrow Montgomery's dog, named Beans, appropriately enough. Fortunately, most of us, if not those poor souls at Washington Hospital Center, dine much better than Beans. Here are the highlights from […]
Asking to see a restaurant's trash is like asking a stranger for a stool sample: You'll learn a lot if you look carefully, but you'll also have a hell of a time making your case. At the Cleveland Park Starbucks, a shift supervisor who requested to remain anonymous was tight-lipped on the subject of waste. […]
I had a hankerin' this afternoon for some oil-splashed kung pao chicken, so I stopped by North Sea Restaurant (2479 18th St. NW), just around the corner from the City Paper offices. North Sea's orange-colored chicken is soft and sometimes gristly, and it's rarely ever spicy-hot. But sometimes I just hanker for it. I'd call […]