Since 1998 when WW began including writeups of restaurants that WW “liked”, WW has written about 398 restaurants in 8 countries, 21 states + DC, 57 cities, National Airport, and Amtrak. Continue reading “What Cooked Food I Would Order for Pure Enjoyment”
Rita and Bob and Debbie and I had dinner at the Inn, outside, on a weekday night. Rita made the reservation. As we walked in from the parking area, there were a number of people waiting in line to be seated, but our 6:30 p.m. reservation was immediately honored. Continue reading “Restaurant: The Old Angler’s Inn”
While La Bise has replaced the Oval Room, one is reminded of the latter if one gets a phone call from Bise to confirm your reservation. If incoming telephone calls are identified with a notice on your TV set, the call from La Bise says the call is from the Oval Room. Continue reading “Restaurant: La Bise”
Amy, Peter, Debbie, and I went to Imperfecto for dinner on a Saturday night. The restaurant first opened on March 19, 2021. Amy made a reservation for a week earlier which we had to cancel but when Amy called to cancel that reservation, the restaurant offered a new reservation for the same time a week later. Continue reading “Restaurant: Imperfecto”
After being closed for many months and having undergone an interior makeover, Tosca reopened for dinner on May 25th. Bev, Brady, Debbie, and I went there for dinner on June 26th. Continue reading “Restaurant: Tosca”
The Art Deco Building that houses this hotel and restaurant previously operated as the Kimpton Carlyle Hotel and a tavern, The Riggsby. Continue reading “Restaurant: Lyle’s Restaurant”
I first wrote about this restaurant in the summer of 2016 when it was the Casolare Restaurant-Bar. Casolare closed in late spring 2020 as a result of the pandemic and a change in ownership of the hotel. Continue reading “Restaurant: The Glover Park Grill”
It has been a long while since WW has been in a restaurant. But I have enjoyed pastries from Mercy Me on a number of occasions. So, I decided to share my thoughts with you. Continue reading “Restaurant: Mercy Me”
The Levian Bakery began in New York City where there are seven locations in the city and the Hamptons. Continue reading “Restaurant: Levian Bakery”
Ghost kitchens are kitchens without dining rooms, culinary concepts designed for delivery, most never becoming a bricks-and-mortar destination for diners. Continue reading “Ghost Kitchens”
Current conditions have resulted in no recent restaurant visits, only takeout from a number of restaurants about which WW has previously written.
As you will recall one of the things I do when writing about a restaurant is to describe the men’s restroom or increasingly unisex restrooms. Continue reading “Restaurant Restrooms”
Current conditions have resulted in no recent restaurant visits, only takeout from a number of restaurants about which WW has previously written. Continue reading “Restaurants”
On January 7th, Debbie and I attended the opening reception of Maialino Mare. (Washington Watch January 2020) The restaurant is located in the new Thompson Hotel. This is the first full-service D.C. restaurant opened by Danny Meyer and also the first full-service restaurant he has opened outside of New York as part of his Union Square Hospitality Group.
Our second visit was for dinner on March 2nd with Bev and Brady. We had a 6:45 p.m. reservation. (See note at the end.) Continue reading “Restaurant: Maialino Mare”