Cashion’s Eat Place Launches Sunday BBQ Bash in Adams Morgan

1819 Columbia Road, NW

From a press release:

Chef John Manolatos and partners Justin Abad and George Manolatos are pleased to announce that critically-acclaimed restaurant Cashion’s Eat Place, an Adams Morgan staple since 1995, recently launched its Sunday BBQ Bash at 1819. Available every Sunday evening through Labor Day, the series will feature a locally-sourced three-course menu, complete with a serving of Bulleit Berry Punch (Bulleit bourbon, black tea, fresh ginger, lemon and blackberries) for $30 per person (tax and gratuity not included).

Inspired by the casual and convivial feel of summertime picnics, the special menu combines the precision and quality of fine dining with the laid-back enjoyment of summer evenings. Though the menu is subject to change from week to week, a sample menu includes:

Course 1: Earth n’ Eats deviled eggs with fresh herbs and applewood smoked bacon

Course 2: Pipe Dreams pulled pork with Earth n’ Eats fried chicken drumsticks, corn on the cob, green beans, bread and butter pickles, Lauren’s Parker House rolls and Sammy’s mustard BBQ sauce

Course 3: Funnel cake with vanilla ice cream

“This menu is our way of celebrating the dog days of summer,” said chef and co-owner John Manolatos. “We want our guests to enjoy a fun, casual evening of delicious American classics without breaking the bank.”

The Sunday BBQ Bash at 1819 is an optional menu that is available exclusively on Sunday evenings. Sunday guests are welcome to forego the special menu and order from the nightly a la carte menu if they so choose. The $30, three-course menu includes one serving of the restaurant’s signature Bulleit Berry Punch.

2 Comment

  • I’ve tried this place twice. I liked the food, it was good, but certainly not phenominal. I would give it a solid 8 out of 10.

    But dear lord, the pricing is almost comical.

    $11 bucks for a house salad appetizer, $28 bucks for hanger steak?

    And the portions are tiny, like Belgian Grand Place tiny, small enough that after my wife and I ( who are both skinny people) spent $80 bucks on food alone last time we went (one appetizer and one entree a piece), we walked down the street to jumbo slice and split one.

    Like I said, I tried them twice but never again. There are far better places that also offer a better value for your money.

  • Sounds delicious, and like a great deal! Cashion’s is such a fantastic neighborhood spot.

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