Posts Tagged ‘Taqueria Nacional’

Taqueria Nacional and BakeHouse Now Open

As if there weren't already enough restaurants opening on 14th Street NW, here are two more: next-door neighbors Taqueria Nacional and BakeHouse debuted at the corner of 14th and T streets NW today. Taqueria Nacional, reincarnated from its previous location near Union Station, comes from Johnny's Half Shell owners Ann Cashion and John Fulchino. Tacos are the first […]

Mini-Review: Breakfast Tacos at Taqueria Nacional

Around lunchtime, Taqueria Nacional, a quaint corner eatery that's somewhat hidden behind Johnny’s Half Shell on the ground floor of a glassy Senate-side office building, is a notorious zoológico, with legendary long lines extending far out the front door. But, at breakfast, the scene is a heckuva lot more pacifica. Barely a dozen Capitol Hill […]

A Black Friday Shopping Guide for People Who’d Rather Eat

Allow me to offer a disclaimer before I start: You can trust my picks for the District's best shopping districts as much as you can trust Bernie Madoff's financial advice. Through years of selective focus, I can walk through any neighborhood and ignore all manner of shoe shops, clothing stores, and perfumeries, my mind singularly […]

Young & Hungry Dining Guide by the Day: Taqueria Nacional

One by one, we’re running through the 50 restaurants that made the cut on this year’s Young & Hungry Dining Guide. If you have visited the day’s featured restaurant, let us know what you think. If you’re planning to visit for the first time, tell us about your meal when you return. I absolutely refuse […]

H Street Country Club Swings Opens Tomorrow

Because Y&H has developed a warm, personal relationship with Joe Englert, Mr. Fatlas, I mean Mr. Atlas, District invited me to a sneak-preview of the long, long, long-awaited H Street Country Club on Sunday night, and I have just one thing to say: You'll never get a tee time. This place is going to have […]

Please Drown Me in the Refried Beans at Taqueria Nacional

The disappointments were stacking up yesterday morning by the time I took my huevos rancheros back to the car. For reasons I couldn't explain, I wanted a plate of warm, airy beignets dusted with powdered sugar. Maybe all the talk of Mardi Gras had made me miss New Orleans. I don't know. Whatever the reason, […]