Posts Tagged ‘print’

The ’Wiching Hour: Beef ’n Bread’s The Chinatown

This new restaurant from the owner of Wiseguys, which models its offerings on the rare roast beef sandwiches popular in Boston and on Massachusetts’ North Shore, nails its namesake ingredient.

Logan Circle’s Kitschy Liquor Store Façade Could Become a Historic Landmark

Constructed in 1945, the barrel has become an icon in the neighborhood.

The Sipping Point: D.C. Begins to Take Sake Seriously

Sake goes mainstream

The ’Wiching Hour: Broodjes & Bier’s The Nordic

The European-inspired sandwich (broodje means sandwich in Dutch) manages to stay fresh despite having been packaged hours earlier.

Underserved: El Parque at Poste Moderne Brasserie

El Parque is a real looker thanks to its garnishes of pink peppercorns and a lavender sprig from Poste’s courtyard garden.

Taste Testing D.C.-Made Union Kitchen Products

Including District Cheese’s Honey Chèvre and Emma’s Bakeshop’s Chompz!

How Union Kitchen’s Expansion Will Affect D.C.’s Food Scene

The food incubator just opened a $2.25 million facility in Ivy City.

Are You Gonna Eat That? Slash Run’s Coffee-Topped Burger

Believe it or not, coffee is becoming a popular add-on to a lot of burgers.

Brew In Town: Bluejacket Spectre

Spectre is an IPA fermented with Bluejacket’s house strain of Brettanomyces bruxellensis, a yeast known for the funky, earthy character it imparts.

Sona Creamery Is Finally Making Cheese

As far as the owners are aware, the cheesemaking operation will be the first ever in D.C.