From the owner of Hank's Oyster Bar
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“There’s hunger for this kind of place, and we’re going to test the theory."
Chef Alex McCoy's restaurant is slated to open in November.
Chef Alex McCoy is taking the idea of the expat bars he encountered while traveling throughout Southeast Asia and opening one up at home.
It opens this spring.
After four break-ins in the past year, Fusion Restaurant owner Barry Dindyal (who also runs Hitching Post) has decided to close his six-year-old Indian spot at 4815 Georgia Ave. NW. Dindyal says the burglars, who have not yet been caught, stole or damaged more than $35,000 worth of property. They targeted the flatscreen TVs, cash register, computer […]
Room 11 and The Passenger partner Paul Ruppert hasn't yet finalized a name for his new bar coming to the former Island Cafe space at 829 Upshur St. NW, but you'll nonetheless be able to get a first taste of it at Hogo this month.
Stepping into Eric Hilton’s newest restaurant, Chez Billy, I thought back to my first visit to one of his establishments, Dragonfly. I remember the old place. Sort of. The design of the Dupont Circle eatery, with its stark white palette and minimalist furnishings, seemed strikingly chic, especially for D.C. in the early to mid-2000s. Japanese […]
"Chez Billy is about cooking what I love—classic French cuisine," says Brendan L'Etoile. The former sous chef at Marvin has been put in charge of his own kitchen as part of operators Eric and Ian Hilton's fast-growing empire of bars and restaurants in the District. L'Etoile's chosen French theme is a first for the Hiltons, […]
It’s 10 minutes until the posted 7 p.m. closing time, but business shows no sign of stopping on Friday night at Three Little Pigs, D.C.’s newest gourmet meat market. Six patrons are standing in line to order at the deli case. Another six are waiting on their orders, many with arms folded. In a small […]