A Little Love for DC Dining in the New York Times

View from Crane & Turtle across the scrappy/resilient Upshur Street toward Petworth Citizen

Thanks to all who sent emails about yesterday’s New York Times piece Washington Has More on Its Plate – Restaurants in D.C. Are Moving Into Residential Neighborhoods. Never mind that they call Upshur Street a “scrubby little block” – personally I’d say scrappy is a better adjective – but props to some love for Crane & Turtle, Petworth Citizen, Compass Rose, Red Hen, and others.

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