Posts Tagged ‘Sâuçá’

Last Night’s Leftovers: $10 Million Market Edition

Wine bar, bakery, raw bar, wood-burning ovens, and more coming to Bryan Voltaggio's $10 million project, Range, in Chevy Chase [Bethesda Magazine] Quench beverage director let go as Rockville restaurant favors suburbs over city style [Post] 3 Stars Brewery opens DC Homebrew Shop on Friday [Thrillist] Goodbye for good , Sauca. [Eater] Absinthe and rum ice cream […]

Free Gluten-Free Sandwiches! Get Yours at the Sâuçá Truck

D.C.’s Sâuçá food truck is partnering with manufacturer Glutino to offer free gluten-free sandwiches today from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. in Farragut Square, located at the corner of K and 17th Streets NW. One original sandwich recipe available during the promotion comes courtesy of celebrated chef Todd Gray of Equinox and Watershed restaurants. Logo […]

Quick Feeding: Sauca Gets a Storefront, Kushi Wants Outdoor Seating

Check Out The Legs On This Pinot, Little One: New moms toiling in D.C.'s restaurant industry sometimes take their babies to work. Some even let their infants take a whiff of the wines. [WaPo] More Pie In Your Face, Osama: Restaurateur Jeff Black's Palisades stalwart BlackSalt earns a dubious celebrity mention. Hours before her husband's […]

Quick Feeding: A Second Opinion On D.C.’s Best Food Trucks

Noble Mobiles: Local standouts Curbside Cupcakes and Sâuçá listed among best food trucks nationwide. (City Paper readers tend to disagree.) [Delish via The Feast] Local Mixologist Shakes Things Up:  Another staffer jumps ship at Roberto Donna's Galileo III [WaPo] A Spike in Notoriety: Reality TV stars credit reality TV for bolstering D.C.'s food scene. [Glittarazzi] […]

Rebel Heroes May Already Be the Best Food Truck on the Streets

The sizable crowd milling around the new Rebel Heroes truck told me one of several things: The Ballston neighborhood continues to struggle for cheap and decent lunch options, the magnetic pull of street food remains undeniable, or the banh mi sold from this mom-and-daughter operation is something special. Or a combination of all three. I […]

Finally, Food Cart Season: What Will the Year Bring?

The weather turned warm this week, and I turned to the streets to see what food was available. The short answer: nothing you don't know about already. Some of the better food carts/trucks haven't even opened for the season yet. Yesterday, I spoke with the city, which has been struggling for years to reverse our […]

Sâuçá Is the Latest in High-Concept Street Food

Sâuçá is the latest addition to the D.C. street food scene, and like the Fojol Bros., the truck is not satisfied to just sell quality bites. It's selling an experience. In this case, the experience is a concentration, perhaps more like a distillation, of the global cultural community into one high-tech truck.  You can taste […]