122 Blagden Alley NW
From Food & Wine magazine:
“It’s no small feat for a restaurant to source 100 percent of its ingredients from the region, especially if the area is the mid-Atlantic, which isn’t known for bountiful produce. To turn those ingredients into outstanding food is more challenging still. To do this at The Dabney, chef Jeremiah Langhorne obsessed over historic cookbooks. The resulting dishes—aged ham toast with truffle Mornay sauce, peanut butter cake with celery ice cream—taste wonderfully modern but have roots that go back hundreds of years. The local pride extends beyond food to an excellent list of hard ciders, all also found in the mid-Atlantic.”
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Thanks to Ian for sending: “Saw last night at Ontario & Columbia NW across from the Popeyes — fun morning surprise”
15th between O and Rhode Island Ave, NW Thanks to Geordan for sending from Logan Circle around 10:15am.
1722 14th Street, NW Thanks to Noa for sending from the former Outrage space (Outrage now located in one of the retail spaces at the Black Cat up the street)…
Thanks to Sue for sharing: “Love our neighbors Chris and Curtis and hearty congrats on their 25th anniversary! They truly make our Sherman Circle neighborhood such a wonderfully fun place…