Posts Tagged ‘Washingtonian magazine’


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Washingtonian’s Best Bites blog has the story on an awesome D.C. dining concept: FREE.

That’s right:

“Instead of a bill, diners receive a note explaining that their meal is a gift from a previous patron. The only request: Leave what you will to cover the next person’s meal.” (more…)

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Washingtonian magazine has released its list of the Top 100 D.C. Restaurants.

Petes Apizza, my local pizzeria, made the cut.  But it turns out, it got the nod mainly out of budget appeal, according to food critic Todd Kliman.  Personally, I find the pizza (by the slice) kind of lacking.  Maybe it’s better made-to-order?

Give me Red Rocks pizza any day instead.

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Happy Inauguration, everyone!

To commemorate this historic day, take a cue from our new Commander-in-Chief, who believes in the audacity of flaky goodness:

In some public appearances, the president-elect has shown a clear interest in pie.

This wonderful credited to Scott Olson/Bloomberg News

If pie’s not your thing (or if you’re less enthused about the regime change), an inaugural cocktail might do the trick.

The Lady Michelle (rum, huckleberries, mint, lime, and raw sugar), #44 (muddled cranberries and house-made triple sec with vodka), and the O’Pama (Absolut mandarin vodka, Grand Marnier, pomegranate liqueur, and lemon-ginger syrup) will all slake your thirst, no matter your party allegiance.  Washingtonian magazine has more.

Pie and alcohol: bringing people together since…forever.

More on Obama’s taste at the Washington Post.

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