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Red Apron Burger Bar: Chow down on top-notch burgers in Dupont Circle

Chef Nathan Anda and team have created a joint that uses only Virginia beef.

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Sfoglina review: A pronounced expression of pasta and more, from Team Fiola

3 stars | It’s not casual as advertised, but you’ll want to go to this Van Ness beauty anyway.

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Colada Shop in D.C. reviewed: Little Havana done right, and an $8 daiquiri

FIRST BITE | The second location of Juan Coronado’s Cuban cafe delivers on many levels.

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The $20 Diner’s favorite dumplings at dim-sum restaurants

Call it cart anxiety. It’s that moment when the dim-sum pushcart stops at your table, and you stare inside at the stacks of stainless-steel containers. The server, facing a busy dining room and the slowly degrading dishes in her steam-heated cart, quickly rattles off the meats and vegetables stuffed inside each dumpling, as if the […]

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    Red Apron Burger Bar: Chow down on top-notch burgers in Dupont Circle

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    Sfoglina review: A pronounced expression of pasta and more, from Team Fiola

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    Colada Shop in D.C. reviewed: Little Havana done right, and an $8 daiquiri

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    The $20 Diner’s favorite dumplings at dim-sum restaurants

What’s for dinner? Homemade pizza, stat.

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

7 recipes for pizza that you can make during the week, all from the Recipe Finder.

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Tim Ma Joins Effort to Curb Food Waste

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Source: Eater DC

BlueCart challenge kicks off today | Tim Ma, chef/owner at Kyirisan, is combining his talents in food and tech by participating in an inaugural campaign to stop wasting food. The former engineer and Raytheon employee will track purchasing and composting practices at his Asian-French fusion restaurant as part of BlueCart’s Zero Waste Kitchen initiative. Two other U.S. chefs — one in NYC and another in San Francisco — will also open up their kitchens as part of the eight-week project, which kicks off Monday. Ma, who has a whole fried fish, duck confit, and pan seared scallops on the menu at …

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Graeter’s Ice Cream’s Long and Winding Road to Bethesda

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Source: Eater DC

Henry’s Sweet Retreat trucks in Cincinnati-born dessert | What’s the secret to serving the best ice cream in Bethesda (and possibly all of D.C.)? Having a freezer truck drive it in, direct from Ohio. Ice cream aficionados likely know that Cincinnati is home to Graeter’s, producer of the small batch, French pot ice cream that TV personality Oprah Winfrey famously declared “the best ice cream I’ve ever tasted.” Patty and Tom Craver are very familiar with the Graeter’s experience. Tom grew up in Cincinnati, and Patty was accustomed to sampling the ice cream during visits to see his family. The …

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First Look: Le Desales

Source: Brightest Young Things DC

Chef Francois is bringing his Michelin-star rated food to the Golden Triangle

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Recap: New Kitchens on the Block @ Mess Hall

Source: Brightest Young Things DC

A preview of coming soon

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Carpool in Ballston is closing in April

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Source: Washington Post Going Out Guide

For more than two decades, Carpool has been one of Ballston’s go-to neighborhood bars: a place to hang out, shoot pool, eat barbecue or just spend Saturday afternoon watching college football with a cold beer and a plate of wings. But the land on which the automotive-themed bar sits is slated for development, and after several extensions […]

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Expect Traditional French Cooking, With Some Flourishes, at Mirabelle

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Source: Eater DC

Chefs Frank Ruta and Aggie Chin dig the classics | When the doors open today at 11:30 a.m. for lunch, Mirabelle chefs Frank Ruta and Aggie Chin want guests to know that the food they’ll be sending out has been on their minds for a very long time. “A lot of it is what we would want to eat,” Ruta told Eater of dishes he said harken back to the classically French cuisine he prepared during his days at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. “At the White House, that’s all it was,” he said of the “very traditional” cooking style required at the …

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The new gimmick on (and off) Broadway: Enjoy the show — and pass the pierogi

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

These musicals are serving up pies and dumplings to hungry audiences

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5 easy ways to eat and drink for Nowruz, the Persian New Year

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

The spring holiday starts today; check out our options in the Recipe Finder.

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Where to Get Breakfast (Not Brunch) in D.C.

Source: Brightest Young Things DC

We originally published our Breakfast Guide in March of 2014. Three years later, the coffee and eggs scene tastes a little different. There are a few more diners, restaurants offering morning meals and still no Waffle House. Sooner or later, we’ll have breakfast establishment perfection in the District. Until then, here are some places where […]

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WeWork Springs for Breakfast, Lunch Monday

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Source: Eater DC

Co-working group recruits food trucks to celebrate upcoming Creator Awards | Business services provider WeWork is offering up free breakfast and lunch today via a handful of food trucks fanning out across the city. The promotional blitz lines up with the group’s upcoming Creator Awards, a business development event scheduled to take place March 28 from 5 p.m. to midnight at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium. The food trucks tasked with spreading the good word Monday — along with the complimentary meals — include …

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Everything You Need to Know About Chartreuse, the Hot Liqueur of the Moment

Source: Washingtonian Food

Chartreuse is having its moment—one of many over 400 years. The complex green and yellow liqueurs are hot among Washington bartenders, whether mixed into cocktails or taken straight. Here’s what to know before you hit the bar. So what’s in Chartreuse, exactly? No one knows! Well, two French Carthusian monks know at any given time, […]

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Attention, America: Dorie Greenspan’s bringing back the quiche

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

EVERYDAY DORIE | And she’s starting with an herb-and-mushroom version.

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Set the stage for spring with these 5 wines

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

PICKS | This week’s recommendations range from a $10 Portuguese rosé to an exceptional $45 blanc de noir.

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I got to do the geekiest thing with unfinished wine

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

WINE | An insider’s treat, tasting the effects of different barrels with RdV vintners.

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