Tag: restaurants

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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Where to Get Your Next Gin & Tonic
[ 0 ] June 29, 2016 |

Where to Get Your Next Gin & Tonic

Gin and tonic is a complete throwback to my house party days.  It used to look more like gin and juice but you get the picture.  Gin’s distinct flavor is put on blast at Betsy and JKGF is loving it.  The rooftop oasis tucked behind its sister restaurant Belga Café on 8th Street SE has every […]

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Etiquette Tuesday:  The Land of Oz
[ 0 ] June 28, 2016 |

Etiquette Tuesday: The Land of Oz

It is hit or miss to meet a restaurant owner around these parts that is in it for more than the money versus bringing new flavors to the area that truly resonate with them and the region’s evolving palate.  This week’s Etiquette Tip is:  restaurant owners need to show love too.  After nine years and […]

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Where to Host the Next Group Dinner
[ 0 ] June 27, 2016 |

Where to Host the Next Group Dinner

Tysons Corner has become the hub for a growing food scene and contemporary living in this area of Northern Virginia.  Insomuch as it is becoming the epicenter, it is attracting Downtown city dwellers to the thriving area with events such as the Lagunitas Brewing Co. Beer Dinner.  Recently, I revisited Wildfire Steaks, Chops & Seafood, […]

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Is It Time for Cocktails?
[ 0 ] June 17, 2016 |

Is It Time for Cocktails?

Tyson’s Corner is making it enticing for the Washingtonian to consider this as another hangout headquarters.  The Metro has extended the Silver Line out to this part of Northern Virginia, making it a viable option for happy hour when you need to escape the usual suspect neighborhoods.  Besides the shopping, which used to be the central […]

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