Posts Tagged ‘Sticky Rice’

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 […]

ROC-United Supports the People Who Actually Cook and Serve You Food

A couple of weeks ago, I was telling you about Don Rockwell's fledgling campaign to start an independent restaurant association that would represent workers in the hospitality industry, right down to providing them health care. Little did I know that there already was an organization in town trying to do exactly that. A few days […]

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