Emma succinctly asks: “Best sports bars in DC?”
Where are your favorites these days? For which particular sports?
photo by Erin
With thankgiving around the corner, I was wondering which places around DC have a Thanksgiving sandwich? Read More
1701 6th Street, NW
I wanted to make sure the community knows about Earth Grocery/Coffee Shop! They opened in May of this year. There has been a hole in my heart (and stomach) when Amsterdam Falafel closed. I’ve been having a hard time finding a causal delish falafel in the city. The falafel at Earth Grocery is deelliiiisshhhh! Read More
From Southern Living:
“These days Texas-style barbecue can be found all over the South, but what makes 2fifty special is the personal spins that owners Fernando González and Debby Portillo add. In 2018, the couple moved from their native El Salvador to the D.C. suburb of Riverdale Park, Maryland, and started selling slow-smoked meats at the local farmers market. Read More
Photo by andy ward
Other than McDonald’s, is there anywhere in DC that sells good old fashion, chocolate/vanilla twist soft serve? The ice cream stand at Union Market used to, but sadly, they don’t anymore. I’m a northeast girl who just loves her a soft serve in a cone on a hot day, and it is one thing DC’s ice cream scene is sorely lacking. Any tips on where to find some would be appreciated.”
Queso from Lulu’s Winegarden
A few folks were saddened by Mexicue’s sudden closing (and a few were not.) Nevertheless a few folks mentioned the queso and Allie asks where to find the:
“best queso in town? Limitations: queso *must* be white; chips must also be good.“
Last week I had this masterpiece from Dupont Market (1807 18th Street, NW.) I get my eggs fried medium, with swiss cheese on a ciabatta roll (but for me any roll will do.)
What is the perfect BEC to you? What type of cheese, what type of bread etc.? And most importantly where do you get yours?
Today’s question comes via reader request: “Reaching out to see if you can ask DC about their favorite metro-accessible coffee shops with ample seating. Looking for a place to pop in and have a working coffee break. Or, a coffee shop that would reserve a spot for you!”
And by regular I mean options less than $15…
With the reported coming closure of White House Deli – let’s redo best “regular” breakfast options around town.
So, So’s Your Mom (1831 Columbia Road, NW), obviously, and where else?