Tag: new

Fig & Olive + Oranges = New Spring Menu
[ 0 ] May 19, 2016 |

Fig & Olive + Oranges = New Spring Menu

New seasons mean new menus in D.C.  This is evidence that seasonal ingredients mean something around these parts.  Fig & Olive was one of those places that I prejudged by the mere fact that it is an offspring from a small chain of sister restaurants.  Chains typically keep the same thing on their menu day […]

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The ThipHive Is Going To Get Me For This One…
[ 0 ] May 12, 2016 |

The ThipHive Is Going To Get Me For This One…

When new restaurants come to D.C., the whole town is up in arms trying to snag a reservation.  The new place must have the essential requirements, however, to garner this type of attention.  First, it must seat 40 or less.  Second, it must be extremely hard to get a reservation, patrons must have a minimum […]

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California Pizza Kitchen Gets a Facelift.
[ 0 ] December 17, 2015 |

California Pizza Kitchen Gets a Facelift.

The days of viewing California Pizza Kitchen as just another quick pizza stop are long gone. California Pizza Kitchen has expanded its menu. I have always been a huge fan of California Pizza Kitchen for their Kung Pao Spaghetti, Caribbean Jerk Pizza and BBQ Chopped Chicken Salad, however, I ventured off during my recent visit to […]

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Where I’m Eating:  All Set Restaurant and Bar
[ 0 ] April 30, 2015 |

Where I’m Eating: All Set Restaurant and Bar

All-Set Restaurant and Bar is one of newest restaurants in downtown Silver Spring.  The restaurant opened its doors on April 14 with a New England inspired seafood menu.  The restaurant has a navy-&-white decor with rope accents  to set the tone for its nautical scene.  JKGF attended a soft opening and if that night was […]

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Where I’m Eating:  Pinea
[ 1 ] November 20, 2014 |

Where I’m Eating: Pinea

Pinea is the new face of the W Hotel’s restaurant scene. Seeing J&G leave this space was bitter-sweet with some of the best steak I have ever had in D.C. exiting but something new and good replacing it.  Pinea, similar to J&G, has its staples that will make you want to return.  Besides the recent […]

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