Tag: Italian food

The Amalfi Coast
[ 0 ] November 9, 2016 |

The Amalfi Coast

I have wanted to visit the Amalfi Coast since one of my friends did a semester abroad there during college and came back with all these stories of how beautiful it was and how it was a must see.  Dreams do come true.  For a nifty price that is, but they do come true.  After […]

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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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Thinking of La Tomate for Valentine’s Day? Three Things To Try..
[ 0 ] February 12, 2015 |

Thinking of La Tomate for Valentine’s Day? Three Things To Try..

Driven down Connecticut Avenue lately? Then we’re sure you’ve driven past La Tomate. Providing regional Italian cuisine to the Dupont Circle neighborhood since 1987, it is a staple among the community. If you’re still looking to book a Valentine’s Day reservation, then their “The Color of Love” menu may be an option. With a prix-fixe […]

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Blaze Pizza:  Worth the Drive.
[ 0 ] February 5, 2015 |

Blaze Pizza: Worth the Drive.

I visited Blaze Pizza in the newly created Dining Terrace at Montgomery Mall and was impressed with the physical location and the assembly line set up, which is similar to what you would find at Chipotle.  With a variety of red sauces and fresh toppings, your imagination can go wild with the broad range of options. […]

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Dishes We Love:  Large Plates of Pasta.
[ 0 ] February 4, 2015 |

Dishes We Love: Large Plates of Pasta.

While heading to Noelia Italian Kitchen on a winter night, I lamented over my past excitement when I knew Italian food was in my future.  Thoughts of large plates, simple ingredients and fresh combinations of pasta and tomatoes made me a little sad because the District has frankly lost the very essence of the Italian […]

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