The inside 42-seat dining room will offer no à la carte options. Diners must choose from three- and five-course menus, which will cost $62 and $85, respectively.
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Chef Andrew Evans will make brisket, ribs, pork butt, and sausages.
The city’s boom in food incubators and small-batch producers means a lot more holiday gift options for locavore food and drink lovers this year. From hot sauce to fancy marshmallows to tonics, here are some D.C.-made products to give—or just keep for yourself. SAUCE Little Red Fox Hot Sauce $7 In addition to stocking its shelves […]
Mason Dixie Biscuit Co. vs. Biscuit Lab Baking Co.
Get your mango-ginger lassis and Indian dosas.
Mason Dixie Biscuit Co. will make its public debut with a pop-up this Saturday and Sunday at Dolcezza’s Union Market factory. Expect to find biscuit sandwiches with stuffings like Benton’s bacon, fried egg, cheddar, and maple aioli as well as fried chicken, bacon, honey, and cayenne. The menu will also include biscuits with various spreads like […]
It's a good weekend for gluttony: two Saturday events will allow you to overindulge in either ice cream or burgers. (Or, ya know, both.) From 1 to 4 p.m. tomorrow, head to Dock 5 at Union Markets for the annual DC Scoop festival featuring ice cream, gelato, ice cream sandwiches, popsicles from more than a dozen different […]
Dolcezza's gelato factory and "coffee lab" officially opens near Union Market today with free public tours at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. now through Sunday. Guests this weekend can also pick up half-priced pints of gelato and sorbet that normally retail for $10.50. The 4,000-square-foot factory has been producing gelato and sorbetto for its retail operations since […]
Fish and chips is already a top seller and signature dish at Union Market’s new seafood vendor, District Fishwife. But is it the best version in the market? At the opposite end of the eating hall, Bidwell, the two-month-old restaurant from New York chef John Mooney, also features the British staple. Both places pride themselves […]
“Are you ready to start?” the trivia announcer shouts into the microphone at H Street NE restaurant Vendetta. Silence. The place is so quiet that the bartenders don’t need to speak above a whisper, and I can hear a group across the room clink its beer glasses. Yet the place is packed for a Monday […]