Posts Tagged ‘Old Ebbitt Grill’

Remixology: Make Us a Drink With Skyr

Bartender: Adam Sahyouni Where: Bar 515 at J&G Steakhouse (Sahyouni has since moved to Old Ebbitt Grill) Mystery Ingredient: Vanilla-flavored Siggi’s Icelandic-style yogurt, known as skyr Bartender Response: “I like yogurt, I eat it every day,” Sahyouni said of the plain Greek Fage with honey or fruit he prepares for breakfast. “But I’ve never made […]

Young & Hungry’s DC Beer Week Guide: Closing Weekend Edition

All good things must come to an end. After dozens of beer-focused activities across bars, restaurants, markets, and even ballparks and concert venues throughout the Washington area, DC Beer Week comes to a close on Sunday. Here are our suggestions for where to down your final pints this weekend. View the full list of events […]

Five Places for Oyster Shooters

What tops oysters and booze? Oysters in booze. A couple of new restaurants (plus some old favorites) are offering some new twists on the oyster shooter. Here are five places to slurp and swallow up: MXDC 600 14th St. NW Double oysters with tomato, beer, soy, and sweet onion chimichurri, $5 Teddy & The Bully […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Oyster Slurping Edition

11 places to slurp oysters in D.C. [Eater] Foodie icon Anthony Bourdain writes a graphic novel. [HuffPost] Ireland's Four Fields in Cleveland Park hosts its last pub quiz. [City Desk] Dangerously Delicious Pies opens in Union Station today. [Twitter] Oby Lee Winery and Coffee Shop now open in Clarendon. [ARLnow] Metal brunch at Rock & […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Weird Child Army Edition

Be gentle when eating out at these places during Restaurant Week: it's their first time. [Washingtonian] Or, just drink your way through Restaurant Week here. [Drink DC] Drew Trautmann's new District Kitchen is not operating on Mondays for the next two weeks. [Twitter] Sorry, laptop luggers: there will be no WiFi at the new Filter […]

Clyde’s Responds To Low Rating By Restaurant Workers’ Group

Last week, a national restaurant workers group released a new dining guide, rating restaurants not on food, service and decor but instead on personnel issues—things like hourly wages, paid sick leave and opportunities for advancement. A number of D.C. restaurant operators earned accolades for their policies. One organization that did not: Clyde's Restaurant Group, operators […]

Of Edibles and Eminence: What Makes a Powerful Restaurant?

"Food is power." You've heard the saying. But what does it really mean? Young & Hungry will be exploring the topic over the next week as we assemble our list of D.C.'s Most Powerful Restaurants for the June 10 issue of Washington City Paper. Beyond the "power lunch" and the often elusive "power breakfast," the […]

What’s So Special About VegWeek?

Mayor Vincent C. Gray may have proclaimed it and Maryland Congresswoman Donna Edwards may have pledged it. But our vegetarian critic is nonplussed about VegWeek 2011. Compassion Over Killing, a DC-based nonprofit, works on numerous campaigns, from shaming Dunkin Donuts' egg supplier to encouraging Subway to offer fake meats. This week, though, the lobbying group […]

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 […]

House In Session Ale: A Uniquely D.C. Beer

House In Session Ale is a dry-hopped American pale ale brewed in February at the Schlafly Tap Room in St. Louis by the District's own Greg Jasgur of Pizzeria Paradiso, Sam Fitz of Meridian Pint, and Greg Engert of Birch & Barley and ChurchKey fame. The beer may have been brewed in St. Louis but it is 100 percent D.C. […]

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