Posts Tagged ‘tater tots’

Bar Food Bites: Food Wine & Co.’s Tater Tot Happy Hour

All this month, Food Wine & Co. in Bethesda is offering its popular tater tots for only $1 during happy hour at the bar (weekdays, 4:30-6 p.m.). Even bottled water costs more these days. These aren’t your average tater tots. These ones are plump, crisp, and juicy—filled with heavy helpings of Gruyere and parsley—and served with […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Hormone-Free, Veggie-Fed Edition

Newly proposed rules for D.C. food trucks include “vending development zones” allowing neighborhoods to decide how many mobile vendors can operate in their area. [WaPo] Does paying a little more for that hormone-free, veggie-fed beef burger at Black & Orange make you feel good enough to justify the money? [A Hamburger Today] ChurchKey not only […]

Poutine Tots! Artery-Clogging Collaboration Debuts Next Week

The good folks at Neighborhood Restaurant Group just sent over this tantalizing photo of the new "Wonky Tots," a collaborative dish combining Birch & Barley/ChurchKey chef Kyle Bailey's homemade tater tots with the Eat Wonky food truck's signature cheese and gravy. This tasty new riff on traditional poutine is available for a limited time from […]

Chefs Veg Out: Dennis Marron of The Grille at Morrison House

Short ribs and baby octopus may dominate many menus in the city, but that doesn't mean local chefs can't find love in an acorn squash. In our ongoing series, Chefs Veg Out, we'll prove D.C.’s chefs can play with more than just meat. Name: Dennis Marron Title: Executive Chef Restaurant: The Grille at Morrison House […]

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 […]

The Habit of Change at Sticky Rice

The young waiter was efficient as hell, and he had to be. Sticky Rice was packed solid on a Tuesday night. Potential customers were lingering by the door, hoping to get a taste of the joint's B-grade sushi and tater tots. (Hey, here's an idea: Why don't you add a few more toasted sesame seeds to […]