Tagged: restaurant

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food: the people’s brunch

Move over Tonic, I may be a CommonWealth breakfast/brunch boy now. After going for the first time this past Thanksgiving, I knew I wanted to try more of their stuff. Kyle suggested we hit it for brunch and I was...

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iPhone: City Guide revisited

So I played around a little bit more with Washington Post’s City Guide iPhone application. With the restaurant search, my most likely to be used function, I’m finding a serious lack of listings around me that I know exist but...

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WaPo wants a piece of the app action!

I just got e-mail from the Washington Post about their new iPhone application, City Guide. We are continuing to explore opportunities to translate features on washingtonpost.com for mobile audiences and the City Guide application was a natural fit. With this...

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DC Restaurant Week, Aug. 11-17

From OpenTable.com: DC Restaurant Week Gourmet Prix-Fixe Menus August 11-17, 2008 Enjoy special three-course, prix fixe menus at some of the city’s best restaurants. Pricing: $20.08 lunches, $3035.08 dinners; prices are per person and do not include beverage, tax or...

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one of the gayest things ever…

Gregory and I met for drinks tonight, starting off at Merkado (which will be closing soon and coming back as Commissary) and then heading over to Halo. Paul Wharton as seen on commercials for The CW was there, likely for...

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review: Locanda

It’s been a few nights since I had dinner at Locanda with Tim, but it’s still very memorable. I found that, for all of my foodie ways, when it comes to Italian cuisine I am completely unprepared for the myriad...

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Common drink, uncommon presentation

One of my food porn blogs found the following site containing pictures of some creations from El Bulli, the most controversial and experimental restaurant in the world that takes in up to 1 million reservations a year while only accepting...

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Pot Liquor or Potlikker?

Whichever term you prefer, it’s still a pretty darn good thing. And apparently it’s very good for you as well! Sadly the collard greens are finally exhausted, but the potlikker left over is plentiful. Tonight I faux-steamed baby carrots in...

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Go on. Stare, stare!

I have to wonder why people always seem so fascinated when I’m eating alone and I pull out a book. Do they expect that I’ll sit here staring into space in silence or maybe just natter on, talking to an...