Archive for Washington City Paper

Clarendon’s Nam Viet Is Fueled By Friendship, Family, and Crispy Spring Rolls

Source: Washington City Paper – Young & Hungry

“When we met it was a bond that I have seldom experienced with others.”

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In the Bellies of the Beasts

Source: Washington City Paper – Young & Hungry

Bloodsicles and beef bouillon bubbles: how a behind-the-scenes team at the National Zoo feeds 350 species of animals.

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Hearts Of Romaine: The Search For The Perfect Caesar Salad

Source: Washington City Paper – Young & Hungry

The mystery of the Caesar does not fit into one definitive narrative.

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Little Sesame’s Next Chapter Takes Flight With A Trip to Israel

Source: Washington City Paper – Young & Hungry

“The plan is to do more, and do more soon.”

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ChiKo—Casual Chinese and Korean—Comes to Barracks Row Friday

Source: Washington City Paper – Young & Hungry

“When it’s just us, we can do the dishes we want to do.”

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Casual Restaurants Are Going Cashless—And Cutting Off Their Unbanked Customers

Source: Washington City Paper – Young & Hungry

“You’re systematically excluding a group of people who are already disadvantaged and disenfranchised.”

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Volunteer Drivers for Food Rescue US Reroute D.C.’s Excess Food to the Homeless

Source: Washington City Paper – Young & Hungry

“In the three or four runs that I’ve done so far, they say I’ve already rescued 650 meals.”

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A Dream-Filled Second Act for Sugar Shack’s Rob Krupicka

Source: Washington City Paper – Young & Hungry

A former politician finds his sweet spot by opening Sugar Shack Donuts, the latest in Shaw.

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D.C. Chefs are Quietly Leaving City Gigs to Cook Beyond the Beltway

Source: Washington City Paper – Young & Hungry

“It’s nice to know that I’m not getting Tom Sietsema in once a month.”

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Knight Shift: Step Into The Shoes of Medieval Times’ Head Knight

Source: Washington City Paper – Young & Hungry

“The job itself is dangerous. This is where the 200-300 hours of training comes in.”

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The Salt Line Starts Serving Wicked Seafood June 1

Source: Washington City Paper – Young & Hungry

Taste unpretentious New England fare like coddies and stuffies by the ballpark.

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Mega-Entrepreneur Launches Falafel Inc. in Georgetown to Support Refugees

Source: Washington City Paper – Young & Hungry

Try $3 falafel sandwiches and $4 salad bowls starting May 13.

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Old Line, New Wine: Maryland Wineries Grow as the State Rushes to Catch Up

Source: Washington City Paper – Young & Hungry

“We feel Maryland is on the cusp of something big.”

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Have We Reached Peak Uni or is Urchin Still a Chef’s Plaything?

Source: Washington City Paper – Young & Hungry

“There’s more and more people using it all of the time—not just sushi bars.”

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D.C. Restaurants Are Using Mystery Shoppers Like You to Up Their Game

Source: Washington City Paper – Young & Hungry

“It’s like being a spy in D.C.—no one knows what you’re doing.”

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