A slew of businesses are just waiting to take in Rose's rejects, and there's a cottage industry of people who are paid to wait in line.
Posts Tagged ‘Rose’s Luxury’
The pineapple represents hospitality, while pearls are a symbol of elegance.
Taiwanese fried chicken at Maketto is mumbo sauce. Faux speakeasies are lame sauce.
Daniel Liberson forages for elderflower, wild chamomile, and other lesser known plants for his Lindera Farms Vinegar.
The phrase “family style” is becoming ubiquitous dining lingo as more places institute weekly feasts or devote entire sections of their menus to platters designed for two to six people.
Restaurants are carving Spanish ham, grinding and brewing coffee, and mixing cocktails at the diner’s side.
The pop-ups will last until Aaron Silverman's new restaurant opens in about a year and possibly after.
Vegetable-focused menus, family-style plates, and slices of cake are headed your way.
What was good, what was bad, and what was just weird in D.C. food this year.