Debbie and I went to Centrolina for dinner with Tony. (This was my second visit. Previously I had lunch there with Mike.) Continue reading “Restaurant: Centrolina”
This restaurant is located in the new Line Hotel. The hotel has been created in what was once the First Church of Christ Scientist to which a seven story addition has been built. The hotel is located on the corner of Euclid and Champlain Streets in Adams Morgan. Continue reading “Restaurant: A Rakes Progress”
Gwen, Debbie and I went to Bibiana for dinner on a Friday night.
The food was very good but the service was exceptional. (I had previously dined at Bibianna for lunch with David.) Continue reading “Restaurant: Bibiana”
A regular reader of the Washington Watch joined me at Rare Steak and Seafood on I Street in D.C. but has not yet seen a review even though it is several Watch editions later. Because he has bugged me about this several times I remind him and all others who may be interested in the WW restaurant review policy. Continue reading “Restaurant: Rare Steak and Seafood (Not a Review)”
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.
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Debbie and I went to Succotash with Bev and Brady.
Succotash is located in the Old Equitable Co-operative Building Association building. The building was completed in 1912.
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The Bachelor Farmer was opened in 2011 by two brothers, Eric and Andrew Dayton. They happen to be the sons of Minnesota’s governor, Mark Dayton. (An old friend of mine.) Continue reading “Restaurant: The Bachelor Farmer”
Pineapple & Pearls is the latest addition to the Barracks Row cluster of restaurants in Southeast Washington.
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Seylou Bakery and Mill is off the beaten path of my usual ventures around Washington but I was intrigued by an extended story about Seylou in the Washington Post.
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Linda, Tevy, Paula, Corey, Debbie and I went to Ghibellina on a week night. Linda was the fifth grade teacher of the owner of the restaurant who was not there this particular evening. Continue reading “Restaurant: Ghibellina”