Posts Tagged ‘Starbucks’

Coffee? Beer? Groceries? There’s Delivery For That

D.C. is a hot market for food and drink delivery.

Brewhaha: Can Starbucks Prevent America From Going Off the Fiscal Cliff?

There's less than a week left for Congress to come to a compromise and prevent the country from hitting the so-called fiscal cliff. But so far, neither pleading from the president nor criticism from the media seem to be moving the needle on negotiations. Starbucks to the rescue? In an open letter posted on the […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Automated Cupcake Edition

Plans to revitalize the National Mall could include food trucks. [Examiner] What's your favorite cult restaurant not in D.C.? [Washington Business Journal] Starbucks in Woodley Park is under renovations. [Prince of Petworth] A profile of prolific D.C. restaurateur Joe Englert [Washingtonian] An ATM that dispenses cupcakes [Post] Here's how to make the Starry Starry Night […]

Lot 38 Espresso Bar Challenges Starbucks’ Supremacy at D.C.’s Navy Yard

Yung Park used to run a liquor store in Southwest D.C. Now he's serving up a more stimulating type of liquid refreshment. "People want something different than Starbucks," says Park, proprietor of the new Lot 38 Espresso Bar, which opened this week next door to the Courtyard Marriott in Southeast's Navy Yard neighborhood. Park's place, […]

Grande Green Eye What? Starbucks’ ‘Secret Menu’ Is Really Secret

The Daily Meal on Monday released its "ultimate guide to Starbucks’ secret menu," threatening to expose all the java giant's exotic coffee combinations that only its coolest customers seem to know about. Armed with this arsenal of unique-sounding orders, Young & Hungry stopped by a few Starbucks on Tuesday to test D.C. baristas on their classified […]

Chefs Veg Out: Sue Murray of Suzy’s Q Barbecue and Catering

Short ribs and baby octopus may dominate many menus in the city, but that doesn't mean local chefs can't find love in an acorn squash. In our ongoing series, Chefs Veg Out, we'll prove D.C.’s chefs can play with more than just meat. Name: Sue Murray Title: I'm the cook. Gig: Suzy's Q Barbecue and […]

Quick Feeding: One Good Reason to Tip Your Starbucks Barista

Yes, But Will There Be Customer-Behavior Videos? Silver Spring's Pacci's Neapolitan Pizzeria will be opening up a sibling restaurant in the old General Store space in Forest Glen where Gillian Clark, her fried chicken, and her video production work once found a home. [Eater D.C.] Smoothing Things Over: Oh, Spike Mendelsohn. He is clarifying his […]

Quick Feeding: Blue Ridge Revamp Slow as Molasses; Yonan Picks Favorite Borderstan Spots

Sluggish Revamp: The Blue Ridge re-do in Glover Park is moving "slowly—very slowly." If you've walked by the place recently, you'd definitely get that impression. And that recent "giant, rowdy party" that roiled neighbors? Well, "it was probably the mellowest crowd that strip of Glover Park has seen in some time." [Glover Park Gazette via […]

Quick Feeding: Five Guys Grows Like a Tree in Brooklyn

In the Baguette:  Paul, the Parisian bakery, cuts the ribbon on its first U.S. location flagship (pictured) right here in D.C. So what if it's a chain? [Greater Greater Washington] Presidential Pickle: Which fancy burger would Obama like best? [Eater DC] The Burger Bridge: Brooklyn is beginning to look a lot like Arlington, with D.C.-area […]

Last Week’s Greatest Hits on Young & Hungry

For the first time in three weeks, the Rogue States trial didn't dominate blog traffic. Instead, y'all favored a mix of subjects, from Starbucks' plan to start selling alcohol to a four-star restaurant that lost its cache to the ongoing fascination with the sale of the Brickskeller. Hmm, I'm thinking the ultimate traffic-generating blog item […]