Posts Tagged ‘Sugar Magnolia’

Bacon Desserts That Are Actually Good

Don't waste your $2.49 on Burger King's new bacon sundae. Instead, there are some legit bacon-infused sweets around town actually worth the money and calories: Toffee-bacon donuts, Birch & Barley, $6 Peanut butter bacon pop tart, Ted's Bulletin, $3.30 Flapjack maple brown butter cupcake with caramel buttercream and candied bacon, Baked & Wired, $3.85 Maple […]

The Devil Wears Prada (and Eats Ice Cream Sandwiches)

Gourmet ice cream sandwiches are so hot (so cold?) right now. The latest eatery to introduce its high-end version of the childhood classic is Café Dupont. The restaurant is teaming up with The Styleliner, a former potato chip truck retrofitted into clothing boutique on wheels. Giving new meaning to the term "good taste," the vehicle […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Even Later Last Call Edition

New York chefs invade D.C. [New York Post] Feast your eyes on the goodies at Cleveland Park's new Sugar Magnolia. [HuffPo] Last call at D.C. bars and restaurants could go even later. [DCist] Chick-Fil-A launches a D.C. food truck on April 9. [NBC Washington] Tax officials shutter Popeye's in Logan Circle. [Borderstan] A snob's guide to […]

What To Eat Tonight: Maple Bacon Ice Cream Sandwich With Waffle Cookies at Sugar Magnolia

Temperatures are expected to climb into the 70s on this early spring day—ideal conditions for an ice cream sandwich. Especially a gourmet maple-bacon ice cream sandwich made with waffle cookies. Sugar Magnolia, the brand spankin' new treats shop in Cleveland Park, brought to you by the proprietors of the similarly Grateful Dead song-titled Ripple, is […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Gastronomic Hangups Edition

Confessions of a coffee-phobe. [Post] The latest projected opening for Wagamama is this fall. [Dining Bisnow] Try the "Presley" at Crepes On The Corner [Refinery 29] Get ready for the maple-bacon ice cream-waffle sandwich at Sugar Magnolia. [Urban Daddy] Westend Bistro's pop-up barbecue stand returns April 27 [Eater DC] Salvaged shipping containers are an unlikely […]

How Many Grateful Dead Songs Can Roger Marmet Turn Into D.C. Restaurants?

Today's announcement that Ripple owner Roger Marmet would be opening a new mini gourmet market called Sugar Magnolia, located right next door to his existing Cleveland Park eatery, had Y&H wondering about the restaurateur's branding strategy. I mean, really? Ripple? Sugar Magnolia? Sounds like somebody dusted off an old LP (specifically, the Grateful Dead's 1970 […]

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