Debbie and I went to Pines of Rome with Francine and Mel. Continue reading “Restaurant: Pines of Rome”
Debbie and I went to the Irish Inn for dinner with Rita, Bob, and Andy. Continue reading “Restaurant: The Irish Inn at Glen Echo”
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”
I went to Wild Tomato with Diane, John, Sherry and Mike.
The restaurant seats about 80 people including some 10 seats outside which are available when weather permits, as it did the night we were there. There is also an outdoor bar with six high seats. Continue reading “Restaurant: Wild Tomato”
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”
Simma and Ron and Debbie and I dined at Bas Rouge on a Saturday night with a 6:45 p.m. reservation. We were seated immediately. Continue reading “Restaurant: Bas Rouge”
Debbie and I have eaten dinner three times at Passion Fish. The first visit was with Florence and Peter, the second with Gail and the third with Peter and Florence and Bonnie and Lou.
The second visit did not diminish our positive feelings after the first visit and the third visit continued the positive pattern.
Continue reading “Restaurant: Passion Fish”
This is a relatively new restaurant in Bethesda. Locations can be found in twelve other states. One of the founders is the renowned physician Dr. Andrew Weil. Its menu is based on the Anti-Inflammatory Diet, described as a way of selecting and preparing foods based on science that can help people achieve and maintain optimum health over their lifetime. Continue reading “Restaurant: True Food Kitchen”