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Posted by Kim under Top Foodie Blog
Plaudits: NoneNeighborhood: Penn QuarterThe SetupLooking for a catch-up drink and dinner, Official Co-Writer of DCWD CC picked out Fiola, Fabio Trabocchi's grand return to the DC restaurant scene.The VibeUpscale, classy, a shimmering mix of browns and ... [...]


Deck on Zocalo

Posted by admin under Top Foodie Blog
Originally, I was thinking I wouldn’t be writing a review for this dinner.  I had planned on going to Greenhouse Tavern which I’ve already reviewed (and I don’t usually write repeats), and having what was sure to be a delicious dinner in a place where I could get a little work done.  But unfortunately, the [...]


Deck on Zinc at 668

Posted by admin under Top Foodie Blog
Usually when I fly into Cleveland, I get in late and dinner is whatever I can grab in the airport or grocery store (previously it was something like Steak & Shake, but I’ve since denounced those ways).  This time though, I made sure that I got in with plenty of time to both get in [...]


2011 DC Capital Food Fight Recap

Posted by Kimberly under Restaurants, Top Foodie Blog
Last Thursday night, a sold-out crowd gathered at the Ronald Reagan Building to support DC Central Kitchen and watch an epic “Iron Chef” style throw down between top DC chefs Todd Gray (Equinox/Watershed), Haider Karoum (Proof/Estadio), Jeff Black (Pearl Dive Oyster Palace) and Brian McBride (Blue Duck Tavern). Hosts Jose Andrés and Anthony Bourdain had [...]


OHOTW-Studio Downtown

Posted by Paul under Top Foodie Blog
This studio just plain rocks, first off it is in one of my favorite buildings in the city the Alta. Located right next to the Donovan House in Thomas Circle. The place is big for a studio and the finishes itself are top notch, they really have done a fantastic job with this place. Cost: [...]


Ajax Diner

Posted by Gidget Eats under Restaurants, Top Foodie Blog
The food is finer than football in Oxford. During the first year I moved down to the South, my husband and I traveled to Oxford once to compete in the Rebel Man sprint triathlon. We managed to cross the finish line and eat out at a couple places, but time was limited and our focus [...]


Out of the Fray {Il Bistro}

Posted by Noël under Restaurants, Top Foodie Blog
  It had been awhile since our last true Thursday dinner and I was missing them sorely. I sound like a broken record saying how crazy work’s been lately, but it’s the broken record of my life these days. Through illness and a manic pace, there’s been little energy left for anything unnecessary. Sure, eating [...]


OHOTW-Studio in Thomas Circle

Posted by Paul under Top Foodie Blog
This is one awesome studio, it is the perfect size for a working person in the city. It is located a couple of blocks from Thomas Circle in a prewar building, which is a rarity these days. I personally really like these buildings as they have a unique history which really adds to their character. [...]


Restaurant Review: Two Boroughs Larder.

Posted by Annabel Jones under Top Foodie Blog
This originally appeared on my Patch.com weekly column. I apologize for the lack of photos. I promise, they were taken (the food was too good to not document!) but due to computer and iPhone technical issues I only have one photo to show you! When you ... [...]


Tony D’s Tomato Pie

Posted by Pizza Guy under Top Foodie Blog
During my recent mini-tour of Rochester pizzerias with fellow pizza blogger "Lapp" from WorstPizza.com, one of our stops was Tony D's in Corn Hill. I've done a couple of posts now about Tony D's, the most recent being this past April. But I knew there ... [...]