Quite a few cities (and states) are famous for a dish or cuisine. Philly is known for its cheesesteak. New York and Chicago have pizza on lock. The Maryland crab cake is world famous, while Louisianna and jambalaya are virtually synonymous. As a DC-native and self-proclaimed foodie, I find it bothersome that my hometown—the Nation’s Capital—is not famous for any particular food.
This week is Ethiopia Week, in the District. In celebration of the East African nation, there will be numerous activities including a free trip to Ethiopia promotion on WPGC 95.5, a Travel Expo and restaurant specials the entire week.
by April Watts Firefly, located in the posh DuPont Circle area, is one of those rare establishments that lend its patrons a TOTAL dining experience. From mouth-watering cuisine to whimsical décor and unmatched ambiance, this restaurant appeals to all your senses. Executive Chef Daniel Bortnick has found the perfect alchemy between upscale, contemporary American cuisine [...]
By Poet Taylor Got some Euros to spend….or maybe the itch for a little European flavor? Look no further than Adams Morgan staple, Amsterdam Falafel. This establishment prides itself on giving it’s clientele a hot meal on the go. Not to mention satisfying your late night needs of cheap eats and desires of a full [...]