Category: restaurant reviews

Pennsylvania 6 Joins the D.C. Dining Scene
[ 0 ] December 3, 2015 |

Pennsylvania 6 Joins the D.C. Dining Scene

Pennsylvania 6 opened in  D.C. in what I like to call “good real estate”* along the I Street NW strip.  The newly revamped space was the home of Tuscana West, which closed last year after 20 years of being in business.  Pennsylvania 6 has the clout to fill these veteran shoes where it has been […]

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Why the Inn at Little Washington is still the place to be.
[ 0 ] November 19, 2015 |

Why the Inn at Little Washington is still the place to be.

There are veteran restaurants in the DC area and then there are institutions.  The Inn at Little Washington is an institution.  A place that has been luring Washingtonians to its stomping grounds some two hours away rightfully deserves institution beside its name.  Recently, I got the opportunity to visit and I’ll spare you the details […]

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&pizza Tour: Past, Present, and the Future
[ 0 ] September 17, 2015 |

&pizza Tour: Past, Present, and the Future

Back in 2012 Michael Lastoria and Steve Salis sat somewhere in West Chelsea concocting their master plan… how to bake a personalized pizza in less than three minutes, and &pizza was born. Prototypes and five states later (the duo tried out NY, CA, CO, OH, FL), they settled on the Nation’s Capital due to its […]

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Where I’m Eating:  Sunday Night Adventure Dinner’s
[ 0 ] September 10, 2015 |

Where I’m Eating: Sunday Night Adventure Dinner’s

Getting into Equinox for under $50 used to be a dream of mine but it has now become a reality.  Sundays have become the day the adventure and 5-course meals for $45 at one of the Districts renowned dining destinations.  Chef Todd Gray, who has risen to the top of the D.C. culinary scene after […]

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New Menu Alert:  Same Theme, Different Flavors.
[ 0 ] September 4, 2015 |

New Menu Alert: Same Theme, Different Flavors.

Chez Billy has a few new things on the menu.  Keeping in tune with the traditional French flavors, the restaurant has expanded outside the typical Steak and Frites and Onion Soup for some other celebrated dishes in French cuisine.  A couple things you should try?  See below. Oeufs Mimosa – The French word for Deviled […]

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