It seems like you can’t get away from burgers these days. Look at the menu the next time you sit down to dinner. If you don’t see a burger, enjoy the sushi or the vindaloo.
It wasn’t that long ago that things were different. In 2001, Five Guys was a local mini-chain with five locations scattered around the DC area. It ...READ MORE »
DC was once a sleepy pizza town. We didn’t have much of an identity or an iconic pizza style. Sure, we had lots of pizza places serving decent pies — it’s almost impossible to make a truly bad pizza, unless you’re one of those lost souls who insist that pineapple is an acceptable pizza topping — but none that anyone ...READ MORE »
Here they are. The twenty restaurants that, right now, are my favorites in the DC area. They have the energy, the service, the atmosphere, and, above all, the food. They are not necessarily what some would consider the “finest” restaurants in DC — a term that implicitly gives a leg up to highbrow establishments with fancy trappings and expensive ingredients. ...READ MORE »