Posts Tagged ‘Power Lunch’

Last Night’s Leftovers: Big Boys Show Edition

Local pols say a lot of nice things about The Hamilton; Yelpers not so much. [DCist, Eater DC] Having already conquered Hell's Kitchen, D.C. Central Kitchen's Rock Harper says he has no interest in appearing on other TV cooking competitions like Top Chef or Chopped . ("I won the big boys show," he laughs.) But […]

Enzo Fargione Isn’t Banking On the Power Lunch Crowd

"The idea was not to offer a white tablecloth experience because in this area, I was pretty much sure I was going to shoot myself in the foot....For lunch, we're going to give you the same plastic menus that TGI Fridays has, so you can feel that it is affordable."—chef Enzo Fargione, speaking to Dining […]

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 […]

Belga Café: D.C.’s Newest Power Lunch Hot Spot

When we think of D.C. restaurants synonymous with the term "power lunch," several venues immediately come to mind: The Monocle, Bombay Club, Oval Room, Tosca, Charlie Palmer Steak, to name a few. But...Belga Café? That's a new one. The "little bit of Brussels" on Barracks Row oddly kicks off a recent USA Today travel article […]

Free Beer! No, Really: Budweiser Fights Sales Slump With Give-Away Happy Hours

Budweiser's brand is losing ground, so the suits in St. Louis have decided on a sure-fire marketing approach: free beer. What better way to get people to drink Bud, right? But the question remains: is free cheap enough? Pundits on CNBC's Power Lunch discuss whether or not the strategy will work but don't get out […]

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