Georgian food is one of the more unusual types of cuisines that you can find in DC. Not from the state of Georgia, mind you. Georgia the Eastern European country. Supra has been a main stay of DC for years. But recently the owners managed to open a second restaurant, Tabla. Both serve superb food.
I was in the mood for some British pub food. After some searching I found an authentic looking one right in the heart of DC: Elephant & Castle. So that is where I went. I am glad I did.
There's a relatively new ice cream place in the Shaw area of Washington DC that makes ice cream on the spot using liquid Nitrogen: Nicecream. It does not get fresher than this!
A classic, 52 year old diner can be found in Washington DC's Capitol Hill, just a few blocks east of the Capitol Building.
Ben's Chili Bowl is the most iconic of all restaurants in Washington DC. If you have not been there, you have not eaten in DC. It has been a fixture on U Street since the 1950s.
I love ice cream and will stop to have some any time of the year. Here are some of my favorite ice cream parlors in the Washington DC area.
Blending Hawaian food with Mexican is not the most obvious cuisine fusion, but a new restaurant in Dupont Circle serving up tacos Hawaiian style shows that the combination can be dynamite.
I consider poutine one of the national foods of Canada. However, it is very hard to get good poutine in the States. So when Air Canada set up a popup restaurant featuring the dish, I decided to give it a try.
The Washington DC metro area is home to many great Thai restaurants. Here are some of my favorites.
Some photos from a lovely French restaurant in Northwest DC recently showed up in my Facebook "memories" feed. The food looked so good that I had too share. I took these pictures during DC's restaurant week, summer 2016.