Category: restaurant reviews

There’s a Log Cabin in City Center.  And it has a happy hour.
[ 0 ] August 5, 2016 |

There’s a Log Cabin in City Center. And it has a happy hour.

BOE has changed the looks of things from the sleek, sexy all white décor that used to take up the space at 777 9th Street, NW.  This, however, still is the sexiest log cabin décor I have ever layed eyes on.  Far from thinking smores when I enter the place, the menu does nothing to […]

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#12-courselife
[ 0 ] August 4, 2016 |

#12-courselife

When the already popular want to get more popular, they have to up the ante on their product.  That is the approach that Masa 14 is taking and from the looks of things, it seems to be working.  The popular 14th street Asian fusion restaurant has added a 12-course chef’s tasting menu to list of […]

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Hello to Farewell.
[ 0 ] August 3, 2016 |

Hello to Farewell.

This will probably be the shortest post that I have ever written.  I will get straight to the point:  Farewell is my new favorite restaurant and may be the reason I eventually become a vegan (just kidding, but…).  The menu is full of amazing comfort food in a casual but somewhat contemporary setting and makes […]

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Cibo Delizioso.
[ 0 ] July 1, 2016 |

Cibo Delizioso.

How do you say delicious food in Italian? Cibo Delizioso! That is what you will be saying after visiting Nonna’s Kitchen.  Nonna’s Kitchen is conveniently located on U St. NW.  The restaurant offers a cozy environment where all patrons have a clear view of the open kitchen. This allows you to truly appreciate the aroma of […]

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Etiquette Tuesday:  The Land of Oz
[ 0 ] June 28, 2016 |

Etiquette Tuesday: The Land of Oz

It is hit or miss to meet a restaurant owner around these parts that is in it for more than the money versus bringing new flavors to the area that truly resonate with them and the region’s evolving palate.  This week’s Etiquette Tip is:  restaurant owners need to show love too.  After nine years and […]

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