Posts Tagged ‘roti’

Del Frisco’s Grille, ShopHouse, Protein Bar, and More Coming to Rockville Pike

Pike & Rose, the 24-acre mixed use development near the White Flint Metro in Rockville, today announced six new restaurants coming in the fall of 2014: Del Frisco's Grille, Roti, ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchen, Protein Bar, and two eateries from the Lettuce Entertain You restaurant group. Lettuce Entertain You is also opening Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak […]

Summer Salad Sweep: Sweetgreen Opens 10th Store On Friday

D.C. salad colossus Sweetgreen will be opening its tenth store in Foggy Bottom on Friday. (Guess the proprietors, Jonathan Neman, Nic Jammet, and Nathaniel Ru, weren't content with merely being the subject of City Paper's recent cover story.) But the leafy greens giant isn't the only new kid on this $175 million development block. Whole […]

Young & Hungry Dining Guide by the Day: Teddy’s Roti Shop

Little about Teddy’s Roti Shop makes you want to linger—or even place an order. The boxy space just north of Walter Reed Army Medical Center sports a random collection of banquet-room chairs and tables, some clean, some not. On a hot summer day, the air inside Teddy’s can feel still and heavy enough to presage […]

Mauby: A (Bitter) Taste of the Caribbean

Commercial mauby, with carbonation Until I stepped foot into Taste of Caribbean 2 yesterday, I had only known the place as the unfortunate player in the tug of war over the former Teddy's Roti Shop space on Georgia Avenue NW. ToC2 has managed to survive, if not thrive, in the year or so since it opened a […]

Teddy’s Roti Shop: As Good As Ever Despite Tough Times

It's been a rough year or so for David Nagar, co-owner of Teddy's Roti Shop. The tiny Trinidadian take out, which serves a killer roti and buss-up-shut, had been searching for a permanent home ever since his landlord refused to renew his lease back in the fall of 2007. Nagar first tried to relocate to […]

Lunch Call: Eat at Caribbean Palace

Listen, I understand why people go to chain restaurants and fast food joints for lunch. It's safe. It's convenient, and after years of pigging out there, you know exactly what to expect. Who wants to gamble on lunch when you're starving, have only an hour to eat, and need something hot and rich to make […]

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