To open or not to open. That is the question. While children and civilians do a snow dance to conjure up closings, industry operators face a different beast. Shutting down means a loss of revenue.
Gluttony. It’s synonymous with New Orleans. With its potent Sazeracs, gut-busting gumbos, and those sweet, sweet beignets from Cafe Du Monde, it’s a city ripe with potentially bad decisions. The […]
Ramen. It might be the perfect food. Proteins, veggies, and noodles combined in bowl of harmonious broth when done correctly, is magic. And there’s something magical about the ramen at […]
One of the best places to eat is at a pub. You can chit chat with the bartender, talk about the place, the food, the drinks. Maybe start a conversation […]
Sometimes, the best things are the simplest things. All you need is a sharp knife, a strong wrist, and some oysters. Silky texture surrounded by the briny liquor that captures […]
So recently Washington Post restaurant critic Tom Sietsema slammed Mike Isabella’s latest venture Bandolero, the Georgetown resto serving “updated” Mexican food. He dissed it not for its food, but for […]
I realize it’s been a WHILE since my last post. Well partly because owning a restaurant is NOT easy. It’s freaking HARD work. So after reading this about a week […]