Category: Washington D.C.

FLOFest DC: September 1st
[ 0 ] August 28, 2014 |

FLOFest DC: September 1st

WHAT: FLOFest DC 2014 is a music, wine and literary festival designed to showcase Jazz, Latin, Alternative Rock music, specialty wines, international food and books for the public’s Labor Day enjoyment. It will take place Monday, September 1st with gates opening at 10 AM at the DC Gateway to showcase tastings and pairing workshops, an […]

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Best Bathrooms in DC
[ 0 ] August 28, 2014 |

Best Bathrooms in DC

If you have ever had dinner, drinks or anything consisting of more than 30 minutes in a restaurant space with yours truly, then you know how I ALWAYS use the restaurant bathroom.  This is not a gross post, but a post for those that love all things restaurants including where you powder your face before […]

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5 Places to Go When The Wait Is Too Long at These Other 5 Places
[ 0 ] August 27, 2014 |

5 Places to Go When The Wait Is Too Long at These Other 5 Places

It was on a freezing cold night that I had an epiphany about this post.  Where do you go when you cannot get in??  There are many, many places in the District to eat but there are those select few that you can almost never get in unless your luck has made you a lottery […]

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Where to Brunch This Weekend: Macon Bistro & Larder
[ 0 ] August 22, 2014 |

Where to Brunch This Weekend: Macon Bistro & Larder

Macon Bistro & Larder can easily become one of my favorite restaurants in the Chevy Chase neighborhood.  Essie’s Biscuits and Bacon Gravy hold enough weight to win the dish of the year.  The restaurant marries the cuisines found in Macon, Georgia and Mâcon, France, which is where the owner/Executive Chef, Tony Brown spent much of […]

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Dishes We Love: La Tomate Caffe
[ 0 ] August 21, 2014 |

Dishes We Love: La Tomate Caffe

At the end of last month, the awesome family behind La Tomate in Dupont Circle opened a caffe next door to their already well-known bistro (one of the many surprises that they plan to implement between now and the end of next year). The atmosphere is quaint and understated yet beautiful with natural lighting, large tiled […]

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