Posts Tagged ‘print’

An Ex-Con Is Probably Helping Prepare Your Meal

If you go past the white tablecloths, you’ll hear plenty of stories about transformation and redemption in restaurant kitchens.

Where to Get Your Tiki On This Summer

If you can’t afford that tropical vacation, here are some places where you can at least get a decent mai tai.

The ’Wiching Hour: A Baked Joint’s Veggie Sandwich

In one bite, this sandwich hits every major flavor profile.

Brew In Town: 3 Stars Brewing Company Ghost White IPA

Its aroma pairs luscious tangerine and tropical fruit with the acidic bite of citrus.

In D.C.’s Booming Dining Scene, Restaurants Renovate to Stay Relevant

Restaurateur Ashok Bajaj will renovate Rasika in Penn Quarter and 701 Restaurant this year.

I’ll Have a Smoothie, Hold the Hairball

D.C.’s first cat cafe, Crumbs & Whiskers, has officially arrived. Here's what you'll find inside.

Underserved: The Valdez at Barrel

The Valdez combines the best parts of both classic cocktails and tiki drinks.

Are You Gonna Eat That? Brine’s Plankton Bucatini

While it’s difficult to decipher the flavor of the plankton in the finished dish, chef John Critchley says on its own it tastes like an algae—“not like a pond, but more like an ocean bloom.”

The Last Supper: Horror Stories of Breaking Up in D.C. Restaurants and Bars

Restaurants are privy to all sorts of relationship milestones: engagements, first dates, anniversaries. Breakups are no exception.

Green Hat Gin vs. Ivy City Gin

Comparing D.C.'s Locally Made Gins

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