Posts Tagged ‘Oya’

Boe Opens With Rocky Mountain Oysters and Mountain Lodge Look

The restaurant replaces Oya in Penn Quarter.

Last Night’s Leftovers: Waterfront Dining Edition

Ten restaurants with a waterfront view [Eater] Impress your dinner party guests with wine-infused popsicles [Post] Serendipity 3 co-owner charged with assault after dispute with business partner [Washingtonian] Sneak peek at The Brixton on U Street [PoP] Nando's Peri-Peri and Lime Fresh Mexican Grill open in Pentagon Row [ARLnow] Yankees' Derek Jeter dines at Oya day […]

WaPo’s Dave McIntyre Talks Local Wine with Y&H

In advance of this weekend's 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 conference takes place this Sunday at Lansdowne Resort in Loudoun County. Though open to the public, this event is not one of […]

Vox Populi: Restaurant Rater audreys on SEI

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:

My Three-Course Indulgence at Hook

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 […]

SEI Restaurant and Lounge Set to Open Next Week

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 […]