When you visit Washington, D.C. and want to grab a meal away from the hustle-and-bustle of the tourist hot-spots, locals will point you in the direction of Adams Morgan. Adams Morgan is a late-night locale recently dubbed Eater DC’s 2018 Dining Neighborhood of the Year. The eclectic neighborhood provides a diverse cultural assortment of eateries and a variety of restaurant types. Besides its growth as a locals’ go-to for dining, restaurants in Adams Morgan are gaining national recognition with notable award wins and nominations. Five of the best places to eat in Adams Morgan are listed below.(more…)
Why choose one restaurant for dinner when you could choose dozens? There’s a food hall and farmer’s market renaissance happening around the country, and if you visit any of these locations, you’ll want to make sure you start with an empty stomach.
Imagine you’re a Chinese tourist making your first visit to Washington D.C. You want to check out the Chinatown in America’s national capital, since it is quite close to the attractions on the National Mall. So you head over to the main drag of Chinatown, 7th St. N.W., and, looking for a nice place to dine, you spot Chinese characters that say “Owl Restaurant.” Of course, because the American name of the restaurant doesn’t mean anything to you, you’re quite surprised when you find you’ve walked into Hooters. (more…)
Looking for great Thai food in Washington, D.C.? With the recommendations of food bloggers, your search ends here! Offering delicious restaurant options like pumpkin curry and catfish, your taste buds will thank you. With the help of Jenna Golden of EatMore DrinkMore, Evan of Eat the District,and Alex Wong of Wong Eats, we present to you the best Thai restaurants in all of D.C.!
Whether you’re in the mood for home-style cooking or a high-class restaurant, D.C.’s late night dining scene has what you’re looking for! We’ve compiled a list of the top spots worth checking out on your next late night escapade with the help of B and J of Two DC, Clint of Bite and Switch, and Malini Sood Horiuchi of The Restaurant Fairy.
For D.C. foodies looking to start the morning right with a tasty bite, we’ve asked local bloggers to help us find the best brunch spots in the area. From “elegant” to “boozy,” these brunch spots certainly run the gamut. With the expertise of Micky of What Micky Eats, B and J of Two DC, and Becca and Cori Sue of Bitches Who Brunch, we’ve gathered an eclectic list of D.C.’s top brunch spots. Bon appétit!
Menuism recently set out on a mission of epic proportions: to find the best steakhouses in the nation’s capital. For such a task, we consulted popular food bloggers in Washington D.C. With their expertise, we were able to compile a diverse list of steakhouses suitable for a wide range of tastes. Whether you’re on the hunt for a casual steak dinner, or looking to try out an Obama-approved steakhouse, you’ll find a steakhouse for every occasion. Today’s post features Micky of What Micky Eats, Lauren DeSantis of Capital Cooking, B and J of Two DC, and Kim of DC Wrapped Dates.
In the first episode of the new web series Chefs of Anarchy, Cooper, Ambrosio, and Joy Wilson set out to recreate the iconic pork dumpling, served by the thousands at Dumpling Man in New York City. Their solution? Braise the pig’s head — tongue, cheek meat, and ears for added crunch — and pair with a perfectly immersion circulator-cooked egg yolk so it explodes at first bite. Upon seeing the pig’s head, Lucas Lin, owner of Dumpling Man, was skeptical. “I don’t think our customer can handle an ingredient looking back at them,” he remarked. But after poaching the pig’s head dumplings in pork broth and searing them in lard (despite Cooper’s open-heart surgery earlier this year), Lin exclaimed, “they’ve been making dumplings hundreds of years, but none taste like this!” A version of the anarchized creation premiered last Friday on Rogue24’s fall menu. (more…)