Posts Tagged ‘Rogue 24’

Last Night’s Leftovers: Endless Burgers Edition

No end in sight for D.C.'s burger boom. [TBD] A day in the life of chef Mike Isabella. [City Eats] Tabaq gets ABC Board approval to reopen. [Borderstan] Rogue 24 dumps Open Table for City Eats [Washingtonian] Are food trucks getting screwed by the new sales tax bill? [Reason] Health inspectors have issues with Asian […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: $20 Sandwich Edition

One sandwich at José Andrés' new Pepe food truck costs $20. [Twitter] The guy behind El Floridano food truck is opening a real restaurant called Mothership. [Post] Renovating once-stodgy breakfast spot Seasons cost $1 million. [Forbes] Whose wings reign supreme? Hooters or Oohhs and Aahhs? [Washingtonian] Matchbox unveils some new pizzas. [Facebook] Here's what guest […]

Next Up at Rogue 24: Ex-Minibar Chef Katsuya Fukushima

Next week, the star-studded procession of guest chefs filling in for R.J. Cooper at Rogue 24 wraps up with a doozy—Katsuya Fukushima, the former Minibar and forthcoming Daikaya chef who's also worked under such big names as Thomas Keller, David Bouley and Ferran Adria. Tickets go on sale today at 10 a.m. Get yours here.

Last Night’s Leftovers: Historical Hoecakes Edition

Restaurant Eve's Cathal Armstrong and Bayou Bakery's David Guas recreate George Washington's beloved hoecakes. [Eatocracy] BGR's Mark Bucher and Good Stuff Eatery's Spike Mendelsohn compete in Miami's 2012 SoBe Burger Bash. [Burger Days] Ris Lacoste searches for local scallops that don't suck. [Flavor] Here's what guest chef John Currence had cooking last week at Rogue […]

Next Up at Rogue 24: Philadelphia’s Jennifer Carroll

Top Chef alum Jennifer Carroll is the next guest chef stepping up in place of the sidelined R.J. Cooper at Rogue 24. The former chef de cuisine at Eric Ripert's 10 Arts in Philadelphia begins her five-night stint in Blagden Alley on Feb. 27. Tickets go on sale today at 10 a.m. Dinner with drink […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Dispoiled Pie Edition

Deconstructed pie really sucks. [Washingtonian] The carnivore's dilemma. [WaPo] Forget smoky flavor. At Rogue 24 and Columbia Room, your drink may contain actual smoke. [New York Times] Imports from overseas dominated Washington's International Wine & Food Festival [We Love DC] Designers of the forthcoming Daikaya envision a lantern-like facade. [WaPo] Mushroom stand? Pot pie farm? […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Boozy Horchata Edition

Are the city's proposed “vending development zones” dangerous to the future of food trucks? [WaPo] Want some hooch with your horchata? Room 11's got you covered. [Metrocurean] No, crepes are not the new cupcake. [The Hill Is Home] Here are some tips on getting that last-minute Valentine's Day reservation. [Borderstan] Add Blind Dog Cafe to […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Less About The Pig Edition

Operators of D.C.'s forthcoming snout-to-tail eatery The Pig insist the concept is not entirely about pork. Vegetarians might even dig it. We'll see. [Washingtonian] The guys behind Town Hall and The Dubliner open their latest eatery, Sixth Engine, tonight inside the historic Engine 6 firehouse at 438 Massachusetts Ave, NW. [Citybiz] Watch Rogue 24 guest […]

Café Olé: How Counter Culture Took Over D.C. Coffee

On a recent Friday morning, Bryan Duggan is asking the dozen or so people assembled in front of him what they think the grounds of an Ecuadorian roast smell like. Self-professed coffee philistines and scruffy, plaid-bedecked twentysomethings I recognize as baristas at Filter Coffeehouse and Big Bear Café offer up “tamarind,” “sweet potatoes,” and “moss” […]

Next Up at Rogue 24: David Posey of Chicago’s Blackbird

Grant Achatz protégé David Posey is the latest in a parade of highly touted guest chefs to fill-in for Rogue 24 chef R.J. Cooper, who is recovering from open-heart surgery. Posey, currently the chef de cuisine at Blackbird in Chicago, will helm the open kitchen in Blagden Alley for five nights, beginning on Feb. 7. […]