Category: The Dish

Emeril’s Special Sauce

Ahead of the MetroCooking DC show on December 1 and 2, celebrity chef and philanthropist Emeril Lagasse discusses his secret to success. Having multiple restaurants, cooking shows, product lines, cookbooks and a successful philanthropic foundation are just a...

The Dish: Culinary Theater

Sushi Nakazawa is an omakase experience for the senses. Anyone who has seen the documentary “Jiro Dreams of Sushi” remembers the famous Japanese chef’s apprentice, Daisuke Nakazawa, talking about how mastering the challenging technique...

Magnolia Bakery Opens in Union Station

Chief Baking Officer Bobbie Lloyd tells us what to expect. Magnolia Bakery’s Chief Baking Officer (yes, it’s her official title) Bobbie Lloyd is a foodie to her core. “I’ve been a food person for...

The Dish: Bases Loaded

Eat and drink your way through Navy Yard with plates that knock it out of the park. WHALEY’S | 301 Water St. SE Enjoy the classic match of warm weather and seafood towers at Whaley’s...

The Dish: Marriage, with a Side of Restaurants

The dynamic Trabocchi duo balance the front and back of the house at five dining options, including their new hit coastal Spanish restaurant Del Mar. As the first restaurant to sign on to the Wharf...

The Dish: Wine for All

In honor of National Wine Day (May 25), here are four friendly neighborhood wine bars make wine approachable to the average Joe. A number of wine bars across the city are actively working to counteract...

The Dish: Stay Then Play

Twelve of Washington’s luxury hotels with food and drink scenes to write home about. Off the Record // The Hay-Adams Hotel Come for the political cartoon coasters, stay for the inventive, wonky cocktails – “Hillary’s...

The Dish: Soul Food

Rose Previte’s new Middle Eastern-inspired restaurant Maydan centers around community. A little pushback from city officials about cooking with open flames in the middle of a restaurant wasn’t going to stop Rose Previte from realizing...