Posts Tagged ‘Sticky Rice’

After Stint Making Sushi in Iceland, Chef Gives Sticky Rice a Refresh

Look for more sustainable fish options.

Friends and Family Remember Restaurateur Joey Belcher

Joey Belcher, co-owner of Sticky Rice, 1905, and Dangerously Delicious Pies, was found dead in his Capitol Hill apartment Monday afternoon. He was 37. The cause of death still unknown. A public wake will take place on Dec. 21 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Joseph Gawler's Sons (5130 Wisconsin Ave. NW), followed by a Roman […]

Sticky Rice Owner Joey Belcher Has Died

Joey Belcher, the co-owner of H Street NE hot spot Sticky Rice, was found dead by police in his apartment Monday afternoon. He was 37. Officer Tisha Gant, a spokeswoman for the Metropolitan Police Department, confirmed that police responded to a report of an unconscious adult male on the 200 block of I Street NE around […]

Sauce-O-Meter: How the Week’s Food Happenings Measure Up

Graphic by Brooke Hatfield

Win a Vintage Cop Car From Sticky Rice

Some restaurants give away free meals. Others, like H Street NE's Sticky Rice, give away vintage cop cars. That's right, you could be driving away in the beauty above during the H Street Festival on Sept. 15. For every $25 spent at the fusion sushi spot during the festival, diners will get one raffle ticket […]

Hikari Sushi & Sake Bar Coming to H Street

Sticky Rice may soon have company in the sashimi-slinging department along D.C.'s burgeoning H Street corridor. Hikari Sushi & Sake Bar is planning to open in a long-shuttered tax shop at 644 H Street NE, just a few doors down from fellow newcomer Inspire BBQ. Neighborhood blog H Street Great Street has the scoop. Photo […]

Hitting the Sauce: Sticky Rice’s Secret Tater Tot Dip Revealed (Sort Of)

Sticky Rice DC has long teased me with its “world-famous secret tater tot sauce.” Not only was the recipe unknown, it was wildly popular. When I ask co-owner Jason Martin about the special tot sauce recipe he replies, “People freak out about it every night.” With the hungry hoards clamoring for the secret to the […]

Toque of the Town: Toki Underground’s Erik Bruner-Yang

Most chefs would profess to pouring a little heart and soul into every dish they make. Erik Bruner-Yang adds something more: a dash of DNA. “I taste every single bowl of ramen that leaves the kitchen,” he says. Consider it a kiss from the cook. “Everyone gets a little backwash,” he laughs. Lately, the guy’s […]

That Dollar Lunch Dealie Is Kind Of Blowing Up

By now, you've undoubtedly heard about today's $1 lunch promotion offered by LivingSocial.com, honored at more than 100 eateries around town. The coupons entitle holders to upwards of $25 worth of food for just a buck, depending on the location. As of 11:30 a.m., more than 24,000 vouchers had been sold, according to the organizers. […]

The Salad Daze: Farewell, Young & Hungry

The first Young & Hungry column I wrote, almost five years ago, was a review of Miss Saigon in Georgetown. I was auditioning for the job of food columnist for Washington City Paper, and these were my marching orders in December 2005: critique a Vietnamese restaurant that no one cared about. I was puzzled, but […]

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