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- @CKlosterman great reading tonight. Let me know if you need a place to watch game 4/talk McLaughlin group about 1 year ago in reply to CKlosterman
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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Dessert might just be my favorite meal (and yes, I consider dessert its own meal). The day just doesn’t feel complete without something sweet to eat at the end. And when frozen yogurt or some cookies just won’t cut it, or when family is in town and we want to go out for dessert, I head over to H Street to Dangerously Delicious Pies.
While Dangerously Delicious Pies also serves savory pies and quiches, I come here exclusively for the sweet pies. When you only make one thing, you better do it right, and Dangerously Delicious Pies typically doesn’t disappoint.Read On
Avoid: Another entry in the restaurant/lounge avoid category is Scoutmob’s Panache deal today. Too expensive, excludes happy hour, need I say more?
That’s it for this week. We had another workplace emergency so we’re off the rest of the day. Eat something tasty for us.Read On
Happy Thursday, you’re almost to the weekend. You can do it! We’ve got some good deals to tide you over until Friday.
Must Buy: What’s better than free? Trick question, nothing. Every now and then Scoutmob throws a freebie out there. Today we have 1 16oz. tea gratis from Tea at The B Spot (1123 Pennsylvania Ave., SE). Now I’m not a tea drinker, but I’m the minority. So get over there and get a free tea.Read On
Far East Taco Grille is a truck that I have been meaning to try for a very long long time. The reason it has taken so long is their constant, huge line of customers. These guys are real players on the foodtruck scene, drawing massive crowds even at major food truck centers where they are not the only option. So, what do they offer that other trucks don’t? What do they bring to the table to attract the lunch time horde over and over? Is it the sexy/sleek all black truck or the low price tag?Read On
Good afternoon everyone. We wanted to introduce a new feature to the site today. Since we’ve started this blog, lots of people have been coming to us asking for restaurant recommendations, food recommendations, and general questions regarding DC dining. So we thought to ourselves, how can we turn this stream of questions into something productive? The answer (with, I have to admit, some helpful input from my dad), was easy: Write an Eat the District food advice column!
So here’s what we’re going to do.
Everyone knows that DC has been swept by food truck mania. We’re on board with this fad, 100%. However, sometimes lost in the craze are those trucks outside of DC. Some of the best the DMV has to offer, aren’t actually in DC. We’ve talked about a Montgomery County gem in the past. Today I’m here to tell you about one of Northern Virginia’s finest, Seoul Food.
Seoul Food, as the pun-y name suggests, dishes up Korean food. I know what you’re thinking, Micah, enough with your love of Bulgogi.Read On