Posts Tagged ‘Tim Carman’

Tom Sietsema Ranked No. 8 Critic in the Country, According to Chef Survey

Tim Carman is No. 17.

Post Food Blog Packs Its Knives

Today is the last day for the Post's All We Can Eat blog, which featured recipe tips, food trends, restaurant news, and more. All We Can Eat's primary editor (and Y&H alum) Tim Carman tells readers that the Post is consolidating its food and restaurant coverage on its Going Out Gurus blog. The idea is […]

Chef Kaz Okochi Talks Sushi With Kojo Nnamdi

Kaz Okochi, chef and co-owner of Kaz Sushi Bistro, is the foodie guest du jour on The Kojo Nnamdi Show this afternoon on WAMU 88.5 FM, discussing the culinary history and future of raw fish preparation in the U.S. Y&H alum and current WaPo scribe Tim Carman, author of a recent piece on shifting standards […]

Frank Ruta’s Truffled Palena Burger: Better Than Its New York Equivalent?

Has the quality of Washington's food scene evolved to match that of even vaunted New York? Well, maybe in one category. WaPo food columnist and Y&H alum Tim Carman recently challenged New Yorker Ed Levine of Serious Eats to a seven-course smackdown, pitting the two cities' best cheap eats in a contest judged by both […]

Progress at Taylor Gourmet on 14th Street, Delays at Steak & Ice on H

The hoagie honchos of Taylor Gourmet are inching closer to opening their fourth D.C.-area location in Logan Circle. Co-owner Casey Patten tells Y&H alum and WaPo food scribe Tim Carman that he isn't sure whether the newest sandwich spot at 1910 14th St. NW, near T Street, will open before or after the holidays. Either […]

Ray’s the Steaks at East River ‘On Track’ For January Reopening

The sudden closure of Ray's the Steaks at East River last month prompted some speculation about the future of the pioneering Ward 7 steakhouse (ranked No. 39 on City Paper's list of D.C.'s 44 Most Powerful Restaurants for demonstrating that a nice sit-down restaurant could survive in that under-served part of town). "Please bear with […]

Move Over, Ambulance Chasers! This Lawyer Is Following The Food Trucks

In the Post, Y&H alum Tim Carman profiles attorney Bert Gall of the Institute for Justice in Arlington on his current mission in life: "suing the living daylights out of cities that dare to limit the free enterprise of street vendors." Gall's work spans nationwide but Carman takes the opportunity to check in on the […]

What a Dumpling! Ping Pong Dim Sum Opens Tonight in Dupont

London-based chain Ping Pong Dim Sum officially opens its newest D.C. location in Dupont Circle on Wednesday. According to the eatery's Twitter feed, doors open at 5 p.m. For some perspective, read my Young & Hungry predecessor Tim Carman's take on how Ping Pong's fare stacks up against the hand-made dim sum at Wheaton's Hollywood […]

Your Tax Bill Is Getting Cold: Late Payments Prompted Kushi Closure

Reporting for WaPo, Y&H alum Tim Carman gets the scoop on Kushi's tax troubles, which prompted city officials to abruptly shutter the izakaya eatery over the weekend. Co-owners Darren Lee Norris and Ari Kushimoto Norris admit to sending in their monthly $10,000 checks to the D.C. government a bit later than their repayment plan allows. […]

Vino, Vidi, Vici: 2Amys Debuts its House ‘Pizza Wine’

Aspiring prosecco mecca Graffiato isn't the only D.C. pizzeria with wine on tap. 2Amys proprietor Peter Pastan recently debuted his own house wine: a “carbonic” sangiovese made in California at a vineyard co-owned by his wife and a former employee. Y&H alum Tim Carman takes a sip for WaPo, describing the wine as "in­cred­ibly drinkable, […]