Tag: restaurants

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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Don’t Skip This Dish:  Peanut Butter and Jelly BBQ Wings
[ 0 ] June 15, 2016 |

Don’t Skip This Dish: Peanut Butter and Jelly BBQ Wings

The thought of ordering wings on any given day of the week does not excite my senses.  The District has a plethora of places adding lemon pepper and Old Bay to change up the game but these have even become a bore.  Florida Avenue’s newest beer garden, TAKODA, however, has awoken my senses and newfound […]

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One Day Left Until Dine-N-Dash
[ 0 ] June 14, 2016 |

One Day Left Until Dine-N-Dash

Something magical happens when talented chefs and mixologists come together to support an awesome cause. Teaming up with the World Central Kitchen, José Andrés continues to seek solutions on ending hunger and poverty around the globe as well as right here in the District for Dine-N-Dash’s  fourth annual event. Literally dash among 30 restaurants throughout […]

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A Look Into History with Mt. Vernon Triangle’s Ottoman Taverna
[ 0 ] June 1, 2016 |

A Look Into History with Mt. Vernon Triangle’s Ottoman Taverna

Décor, décor, décor!  The open space filled with white walls has the opposite effect than it does in someone’s home.  In this space, it gives life.  Airy and light are the feelings that ran through me the first time I visited Ottoman Taverna.  I felt like I was outside of the District where restaurants often […]

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