Tag: dining etiquette

Good Deed Tuesday:  DCanter to Give Back.
[ 0 ] April 14, 2015 |

Good Deed Tuesday: DCanter to Give Back.

Yet another incentive to give back and drink plenty o’ wine: This Equal Pay Day, DCanter – Capitol Hill’s premier wine and beer boutique – is shedding a light on the roughly 22% pay disparity between men and women by helping Washingtonians give back – and savor a sweet discount.  Today, DCanter is offering female customers a 22% discount off […]

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Good Deed Tuesday:  #pieitforward
[ 0 ] March 17, 2015 |

Good Deed Tuesday: #pieitforward

Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab (Joe’s) invites Washington to #pieitforward in March with a slice of Chocolate Dipped Strawberry Ice Cream Pie with Marshmallow Sauce. This treat features a crunchy Oreo cookie crust layered with strawberry ice cream, topped with chocolate ganache, and served with a marshmallow cream.  Throughout March, Joe’s will donate […]

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Etiquette Tuesday:  Gossip.
[ 0 ] March 3, 2015 |

Etiquette Tuesday: Gossip.

Etiquette Tuesday returns with a tip about gossip.  Such an ugly thing to do but much of the world revolves around the sometimes true and false shady conversations.  Recently I got wind of someone who shared a bit of gossip about me in the food industry.  As with all of the topics on this site, […]

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Bastille: New Location, Same Great Taste
[ 0 ] February 12, 2015 |

Bastille: New Location, Same Great Taste

Bastille’s is a French restaurant that recently relocated to a new location in Old Town Alexandria, in a revitalizing part of town. They hosted a wonderful grand re-opening event that consisted of some of their signature starters of Artisanal Cheeses, Beignets of Escargots, Charcuteries du jour and some very yummy Gougerers that I couldn’t stop eating. With […]

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Etiquette Tuesday:  The Biggest Flirt.
[ 0 ] February 3, 2015 |

Etiquette Tuesday: The Biggest Flirt.

Last year was the year of engagements.  One of the main things I learned about engagements to be married is that everyone knows that the lady is spoken for, but no one can obviously tell that the man is spoken for in these engagements.  Recently, I attended a party full of singles and couples, which […]

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