Posts Tagged ‘rockfish’

Rockfish Risotto, Crab In A Martini Glass: Things To Expect at Southern Hospitality, Opening Tonight

Southern Hospitality—the new Adams Morgan eatery, described as "American fare with a Southern flair," which is in no way connected to the Justin Timberlake-co-created New York restro of the same name—opens to the public tonight at 5 p.m. "Quietly," adds co-owner Anthony Lupo. "But yes." The restaurant has been hosting friends and family the past […]

By the Numbers: Illegal Rockfish in Maryland

The Washington Post takes out the magnifying glass and looks at the illegal rockfish trade in local waters in Maryland. As Darryl Fears reports, the amount of fish involved might surprise you. Let's look at the numbers: 6,000: Pounds of rockfish officials from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources pulled from illegal nets on Feb. […]

Quick Feeding: Georgetown Liquor License Up for Grabs?

Will Liquor License Vultures Start to Circle? Georgetown's Mendocino Grille and Wine Bar is closed after the D.C. Office of Tax and Revenue seized its sales tax license and its liquor license, which is a hot commodity in a neighborhood with a liquor license moratorium: "OTR has also levied the liquor assets in the restaurant […]

Fire Station 1 Is Not a Three-Alarm Disaster

Fire Station 1's Cuban sandwich: almost good The early public reviews of Fire Station 1 Restaurant and Brewing Co. were disturbing enough to sound at least three alarms. By the time I walked into the new eatery carved out of Silver Spring's historic fire station, my confidence in the place was flatter than a deflated […]

Barton Seaver on Sustainable Seafood on the Kojo Nnamdi Show

In case you missed it, former Hook chef Barton Seaver was just on The Kojo Nnamdi Show, along with Baltimore Sun reporter Candy Thomson and the Ocean Conservancy's Tom McCann, talking about sustainable seafood and the illegal trafficking in rockfish. The program will be available online on the Nnamdi Show's page on Before he […]