"I just don't have deep enough pockets," says chef and owner Stephan Boillon.
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Finally, someone has outdone the U Street Taco, Washington City Paper’s creation of a half-smoke wrapped in a jumbo slice. Park View restaurant Mothership not only tops one of its pizzas with half-smokes, but also slathers it in mumbo sauce. Owner/chef Stephan Boillon explains he was already making his own mumbo sauce for wings, and […]
Good news: You don't have to settle for mocktails at Mothership anymore. (Although, I can attest that the sorrel soda is really good and worth getting anyway.) The Georgia Avenue NW restaurant from El Floridano owner Stephan Boillon now has its liquor license. Tonight, Mothership will have 3 Stars and Chocolate City beers on tap. […]
What’s your favorite comfort food in D.C.? Casey Patten Co-owner, Taylor Gourmet “DC Noodle was my favorite place to eat noodle soups without having to leave the city. It was my go-to spot for takeout on a gloomy day or to fix a hangover. I would always get the spicy ginger noodle soup with chicken. […]
The Mothership needs repairs. Stephan Boillon points at the dilapidated air-conditioning unit in his forthcoming restaurant and bakery. Before he signed a lease for the Georgia Avenue NW spot, contractors told the El Floridano food truck owner it would work just fine. They were wrong. His budget was blown. Boillon figured opening Mothership would cost […]
Another food truck is turning to Kickstarter to raise money for its brick-and-mortar establishment. This time, it's international sandwich food truck El Floridano, which hopes to raise $30,000 for its restaurant and bakery Mothership, coming to 3301 Georgia Ave. NW. Chef/owner Stephan Boillon plans to serve baked goods and pastries, pizzas, small plates, and seasonal […]