I hope your table is filled with laughter and love from friends and family. Cheers to a Happy Thanksgiving!
Photos above (left – The Dabney’s entrance; right – Peanut Butter Cake with Celery Ice Cream) We recently had the tremendous pleasure of dining at the brand new, much-anticipated restaurant, The Dabney (122 Blagden Alley, NW). DC area native, Jeremiah Langhorne, the former Chef de Cuisine at James Beard award-winning McCrady’s in Charleston, maintains […]
Last night, we finally had the chance to eat at Masseria (1340 4th St., NE), the new Chef’s tasting menu restaurant by Chef Nicholas Stefanelli (formerly at PQ favorite, Bibiana). The ambiance is a carefully curated mix of industrial chic, vintage and hipster. The urban garden is going to be a favorite retreat on warm […]
It’s almost Halloween, have you got your pumpkin yet? Be sure to stop by the farmers market tomorrow from 3pm-7pm (8th and D Sts., NW) to stock up. And, don’t forget, they’re not just decoration, you can eat them too! Here’s a recipe in honor of Momofuku‘s recent opening that we look forward to trying: […]
One of the largest and most impressive buildings in our neighborhood, The National Building Museum (401 F St., NW) has a long history of grandeur in our city. Thanks to the history provided on the museum’s web site, here is insight into the building’s past: The National Building Museum is America’s leading cultural institution devoted […]
Upon a recent visit to one of our go-to neighborhood spots, Poste (555 8th St., NW), we were surprised by several menu changes. While sad to see some of our long-time favorites gone, we loved the fresh new flavors and presentation. One recommendation for your next visit, the Duck Ravioli.
On a recent walk, we noticed this plaque recognizing one of many significant historic events to occur at The Willard Hotel (1401 Penn. Ave., NW). This is the location where Julia Ward Howe, after meeting with President Lincoln in November 1861, is said to have written “Battle Hymn of the Republic.” This is her best […]