Robinson helped open the Shaw restaurant two and half years ago.
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Tickets will be available at noon today.
The relationship between staff and patrons is becoming more casual and open.
The conflict with his business partner is the reason why De Pue is no longer the chef at Table.
Dino owner Dean Gold has heard every excuse—real or not—about why you couldn’t show up for your dinner reservation. “‘Oh, you know, we had a medical emergency,’” says Gold, repeating one common refrain. “And we’ve heard insanely tragic ones. We heard someone had a miscarriage.” Some swear they cancelled last week, when, in fact, they […]
For the past year, every page of nearly every menu at Table has been handwritten in pencil. Graphic designer An Ly of D.C.-based The General Design Company was behind the penmanship of the first batch. Ly told Y&H last year that it took her two to three hours to complete each of notebook-style menus, which spanned seven pages front […]
Most diners eat out to get away from the kitchen, but at a handful of local restaurants, stoveside is where you’ll find the best, most exclusive seats in the house. Which should be obvious: Watching a top-tier chef prepare your meal can be like seeing a magician reveal his trick. Just don’t be shy: “We […]
Frederik de Pue's new restaurant Menu, which will replace what was Azur in Penn Quarter, isn't set to open until January. But you can get an early taste of dishes from Menu's third floor bistro and bar at de Pue's Shaw restaurant Table from Dec. 9 through 11. A three-course menu will be available for […]
It's a busy month for budding restaurateur Frederik de Pue: he's opening his second D.C. restaurant Azur in Penn Quarter on April 18 and launching brunch at his Shaw spot Table on April 20. The menu is now online for contemporary European seafood restaurant Azur, located in the former Café Atlántico and Minibar building. The first-floor […]
Table is officially the most color-coordinated restaurant in town. When the Shaw restaurant opened, Y&H reported that chef and owner Frederik de Pue planned to match the color of the menus with the color of the kitchen crew's aprons, and that the hues would rotate with the seasons. It turns out that de Pue also […]