The restaurant replaces Oya in Penn Quarter.
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In advance of this weekend's DrinkLocalWine.com conference, the Washington Post''s terrific wine writer, Dave McIntyre, took a few minutes to field questions about the state of local wine. Young &Hungry: The second DrinkLocalWine.com conference takes place this Sunday at Lansdowne Resort in Loudoun County. Though open to the public, this event is not one of […]
The owners of Oya, the Penn Quarter restaurant with the red-velvet rope mentality, opened up sister restaurant SEI at the beginning of the year, and by most early reports, the modern sushi spot was a winner. Many months after those professional raves, Restaurant Rater audreys isn't quite so impressed. Listen in:
Earlier this week, Y&H did something he hadn't done in nearly a year: hit the gym. Summoning up whatever athlete's pride I have left, this former cross country runner went 30 minutes on the elliptical without stopping, a solid 2.50 miles. (Don't figure out the time per mile, I'll just be embarrassed.) I then went […]
It's been slim pickings for restaurant openings in the last few months, for the obvious reason, but Penn Quarter Living is reporting that the Asian-themed SEI Restaurant and Lounge will debut on Monday, Jan. 12, at 444 Seventh St. NW. It's owned by the same folks who brought us the fire-and-ice opulence of Oya on […]