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In one bite, this sandwich hits every major flavor profile.
It's a 4 out of 5!
The next of the monthly guest chefs at Mike Isabella's G sandwich shop: Del Campo's Victor Albisu. For January, he's bringing his take on the classic Uruguayan chivito sandwich to the menu. The hefty sandwich consists of seared ribeye, mortadella ham, olives, hearts of palm, and a fried egg. The price tag? $15. Which may […]
After 10 weeks on the sidelines while recovering from open-heart surgery, Rogue 24 chef-owner R.J. Cooper gets back to business on Tuesday. Cooper tells the Post that he's planning to revamp the entire 24-course menu. A few hints: one dish involves the Coop's take on a gyro (think lamb tartare wrapped in little lettuce leaves) […]
The newest hoagie hub under the Taylor Gourmet banner opens at 11 a.m. today on 14th Street NW. Mayor Vince Gray is supposed to be there for the ribbon cutting; Louis Sarcone Jr., however, probably won't. Also opening this morning: A new bakery, Le Caprice DC, in Columbia Heights. Here are some pics of the […]
D.C. hoagie honchos Casey Patten and David Mazza are launching their fourth area Taylor Gourmet location in Logan Circle next week. The fancy sandwich shop, located at 1908 14th Street NW, officially opens on Jan. 3. According to a press release, the latest Taylor location will stay open as late as 2:30 a.m. on Thursdays […]
This is not a formal review, but rather an off-the-cuff first-impressions-style riff on a brand-spankin' new D.C. restaurant. Michel Richard's hugely ballyhooed Meatballs had barely opened (I counted 17 people in line, 13 seated at tables) and already staffers were telling folks that they had run out of the lentil variety around 11:30 a.m. on […]
“They tell us to get this grease trap that, seriously, it’s like something that would be in FedEx stadium...They said they won’t even answer any questions until we install the grease trap. We get the grease trap, we install it, the [Washington Suburban Sanitation Commission] guy comes out and he looks at it and says, […]
The good folks at GOOD asked Young & Hungry to nominate one sandwich that best represents D.C. for the magazine's forthcoming map of the best creations on bread, state by state. Y&H put the question to readers. You guys overwhelmingly endorsed the "G-man" (pictured) at Mangialardo and Sons on Capitol Hill. A solid nomination. This […]