Debbie and I went to this restaurant with Steve, Rachel, Max, Coby, Jen, Ben, Abby, Eli, William, Dale and Susan.
As you enter the restaurant there are sections of tables to the right and left and just past the entrance there is an L shaped bar that seats 21 people. Overall the restaurant seats 190 people inside and another 60 people on the patio. There are a series of 2, 4, 5, 6 tops as well as larger tables including the one at which we were seated. Continue reading “Restaurant: XOCHI”
First it was Ardeo + Bardeo. Two restaurants side by side and interconnected. Then Ardeo closed and Bardeo became Bindaas offering Indian Street food. Then Ardeo reopened as Sababa, a stylish bistro for Israeli fare. Continue reading “Restaurant: Sababa”
Fresh Baguette recently opened a third store on Wisconsin avenue in Georgetown at a location that Debbie and I pass several times a week. One Sunday morning with Carol joining us we made a stop. Continue reading “Restaurant: Fresh Baguette”
Debbie and I went to Spices with Rita and Bob. Rita suggested the restaurant. The restaurant seats 96 people at various 2, 4 and 6 tops plus 12 seats at the bar. Continue reading “Restaurant: Spices”
(A reminder: I only write about restaurants I believe are worth trying and would patronize again. If I don’t like the restaurant, I don’t write about it.)
We went to San Lorenzo with Virginia and Tom at Tom’s suggestion.
San Lorenzo opened at the end of June. It is the creation of Chef Massimo Fabbri, most recently of Tosca and before that, Posto. Massimo stopped by our table to chat. Continue reading “Restaurant: San Lorenzo”
Debbie and I went to Siren with Rita and Bob two days after the announcement was made that the restaurant had been awarded a Michelin Star. Continue reading “Restaurant: Siren”
I had not previously attempted to dine at Rose’s Luxury because I was not up to standing in line to make a reservation and I never got around to hiring a line stander. Debbie and I had eaten at Pineapple and Pearls (WW #159-12/2017) which is located next door which we thoroughly enjoyed. Both restaurants are owned by Aaron Silverman. Continue reading “Restaurant: Rose’s Luxury”
A reminder: I only write about restaurants I believe are worth trying and would patronize again. If I don’t like the restaurant, I don’t write about it. Continue reading “A Note on Restaurants”
(At the end of the following review there is an addendum relative to the connection between Emilitsa and my hometown of Duluth, Minnesota)
We went to Emilitsa with Melanie and Eliot.
Emilitsa, a traditional Greek restaurant, was opened in 2008 by two brothers named Demos and John Regas. Demos was the chef and John ran the front of the House. In 2015, Demos’ son Niko took over for his father as Executive Chef. Continue reading “Restaurant: Emilitsa”
The motto of the Lobster Roll truck that is located in Fort Williams Park, within sight of the Portland Head Light is, “Not All Lobster Rolls are Created Equal”. Continue reading “Restaurant: Bite into Maine”
Debbie and I went to Arroz with Decker and Sherry. It has been open since March in the Marriot Marquis Convention Hotel lobby.
The restaurant, a Mike Isabella restaurant, is entered through the lobby of the hotel. Continue reading “Restaurant: Arroz”
A reminder: When I write about a restaurant it means that I think it is worth trying and that I would go there again. If I don’t like it, I don’t write about it.
As you enter there are a variety of seating options including an “L” shaped bar that seats 4 on one side and 6 on the other. There is a communal table that seats 10. At the far end a banquette that fronts a series of two and four tops which can be combined in a variety of ways. It is here that we were seated. The balance of the restaurant is 2 and 4 tops. Continue reading “Restaurant: Town Square Tavern”
Gail and I went to this restaurant on a Tuesday night. It is literally at the corner of Norfolk Avenue and Cordell. Continue reading “Restaurant: Duck Duck Goose”