Posts Tagged ‘Wes Morton’

Farewell, Againn

After some mixed signals about whether it would close, British gastropub Againn is officially gone for good. Prince of Petworth first reported rumors that the restaurant would shutter two weeks ago, but General Manager Romero Santos quickly followed up to say Againn was not closing. At that time, owner Mark Weiss told Y&H that the […]

Prelude To Cochon: Art and Soul’s Wes Morton Heads To The Country For Pig Practice, Cajun Style

Let's dispense with the full disclosure right away: In the aftermath of Wednesday’s gripping Reviewgate controversy, I feel compelled to note that this is not a restaurant review. It’s the recounting of a boucherie, a traditional Cajun pig slaughter and roast, which I attended on Sunday in the shadow of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, about […]

Can Scott Drewno Repeat As D.C.’s Pork King?

The local, um, leg of Cochon 555, aka "The Pork Olympics," is coming up April 22. Today, organizers announced this year's cheftestants who, as the Post reports, will compete to break down whole pigs into the best bite-sized dishes. Last year's victor, The Source's Scott Drewno, will return to defend his title against, among others, […]