Posts Tagged ‘Prince of Petworth’

Changing Tables: Steamed Buns Truck to Hit Streets in February

Coming Soon: People's Bao, a bao food truck will be hitting the streets sometime around February, serving up Asian specialty steamed buns with a variety of fillings. (Metrocurean) Three-level neighborhood bistro Smith Commons, which will feature a globally inspired menu, is scheduled to open on Tuesday at 1245 H St. NE. (Y&H) Tim Carman got […]

Food News You Can Use: Big Cheese Truck Hits the Streets

After hitting Arlington's streets unannounced last week, a new gourmet grilled cheese truck, The Big Cheese, will officially begin tweeting its location today. (TBD) Tim Carman has the scoop on Gillian Clark's grand plans for a new Colorado Kitchen near Union Station. (WaPo) News from PoPville: Although nothing is certain, rumor has it that a […]

Changing Tables: Michael Landrum Turns to Salads and Yogurt

The latest in restaurant openings, closings, and highly unstable target dates. Coming Soon: Fro Zen Yo apparently wants to control the entire D.C. frozen yogurt scene. It has two new locations planned: 3000 Connecticut Ave. NW and 1636 Eye St. NW. (Prince of Petworth) Businessman David Von Storch, who owns the Capital City Brewing Company, […]

Changing Tables: Chicago Dogs Headed to D.C.

The latest in restaurant openings, closings, and highly unstable target dates. Coming Soon: Chicago-style hot dogs are on their way to U Street as ChiDogO's gets set to open. (Prince of Petworth) After more than a year of speculation and rumor-mongering, Michel Richard is set to open his French-American bistro, Michel, in the former Maestro […]

Karaoke, Korean Food Coming to Adams Morgan

Prince of Petworth has been all over the transformation of Kokopoolis in Adams Morgan, down to before and after shots of the subterranean entrance for the forthcoming Muzette. A sign finally has popped up for the new establishment, and it appears there's an added twist to an operation promising karaoke in nine private rooms: Muzette […]

Ray’s Hell Burger: CityVista Bound or Not?

The question of the day is whether or not Ray's Hell Burger, the prez's preferred patty, will be opening a D.C. location at CityVista. Prince of Petworth, as is our liege's habit, teases us with such a rumor. But DCist, you know, actually did some reporting and asked owner Michael Landrum if he's planning an […]

So Why Did Capital City Diner Apply for a Liquor License?

When I spoke with Capital City Diner co-owner Matt Ashburn back in February, he didn't rule out the idea of serving liquor but thought he'd wait at least a year or two before applying for a license. He wanted to establish his business first in Trinidad. The news last week that Cap City applied for […]

Angelico la Pizzeria Coming to Glover Park

It's not clear from this signage (or from the company's Web site) whether this promised pizzeria in Glover Park is part of the budding Angelico empire or not. My good liege over at Prince of Petworth wondered the same thing on Wednesday (with a much nicer photo, I must say). I made a couple of […]

Komi: Best Restaurant in D.C. or ‘Overrated’?

For those of you who are waiting breathlessly for the Washingtonian to reveal its top restaurant of the year, please allow me to spoil it for you: It's Komi. (Okay, it's not really a spoiler; most of you knew this already.) Frankly, I think it's a smart choice—at least from the standpoint of food. Johnny […]