Tag: restaurants

Adventures in Alabama.
[ 0 ] April 16, 2015 |

Adventures in Alabama.

Selma 50 took me to a foreign land.  A foreign land to yours truly because I had never ventured to this area of the south nor did I have a lot of interest in it before Selma 50.  Alabama is an interesting place.  Having a deep historical presence in the Civil Rights movement, Alabama offers […]

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Brunch This Weekend:  Mango Tree
[ 0 ] April 3, 2015 |

Brunch This Weekend: Mango Tree

Newcomer Mango Tree DC, located at 929 H Street, NW, 20001 at CityCenterDC, will debut weekend brunch service beginning Saturday, April 4th.  Signature entrees include Mango Tree Eggs Benedict, Salmon Scrambled Eggs and Mango Tree Waffle.  Cocktails include the Traditional Mimosa and Mango Mimosa, which are priced at $8 to $12.  Brunch will be served Saturday and Sunday, from […]

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Where I’m Eating:  Bon Vivant Café
[ 0 ] April 2, 2015 |

Where I’m Eating: Bon Vivant Café

A gem in the Del Ray area, Bon Vivant Café and farmer’s market (www.bvfarmfood.com) provides delicious and healthy food in a cozy, family- friendly space. They are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, offering an array of sandwiches, soups, salads, smoothies, beer and wine. It is Bon Vivant’s mission to cook healthy, locally grown and […]

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Easter Egg Hunts & Mimosa’s
[ 0 ] April 1, 2015 |

Easter Egg Hunts & Mimosa’s

Looking for a good Easter Egg hunt in the District?  Or are you more focused on brunch?  Here are a few places to keep you busy this Easter weekend.  Happy Easter!! HUNT On Saturday, April 4, Café Dupont and Bar Dupont will host the annual Dupont Egg Hunt.  Now in its second year, the café and bar will […]

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UPDATED!! (March 25, 2015) Cherry Blossom Time.
[ 0 ] March 13, 2015 |

UPDATED!! (March 25, 2015) Cherry Blossom Time.

UPDATED!!! More reasons to stick close to the Cherry Blossoms this season.  More food, more drinks, cheers! Bar Dupont is honoring the 103rd anniversary of cherry blossom season in the nation’s capital with two specialty cocktails. The Sake Old Fashioned ($10) is a Japanese take on a classic American cocktail commemorating Japan’s enduring gift of spring […]

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