After too many months of housebound togetherness, local restaurants are betting that couples are ready to dine out — or to splurge on take-home luxury.
The new hot spot is keen to please its Georgetown neighbors and make a big impression on Washington’s restaurant scene.
The Rosewood hotel on 31st Street reopened on July 29 with a Wolfgang Puck restaurant on the first floor. Georgetown’s Cut is the fifth location of Puck’s more-than-a-steakhouse concept.
The new Wisconsin Avenue eatery makes its signature pizzas, ranging from the ordinary to the decadent, in a venerable old stove, original to the location (formerly Paolo’s).
Kassara Intarapanich, manager of Oki Bowl, is known as “Mom” to pretty much everyone. Not only because she tends to her young employees. The Thai restaurant on Wisconsin Avenue is […]
Called “Friends of the House,” the six-course tasting menu offers parties of two a 6 p.m. seating on Wednesday, Friday or Saturday night, with the intent of attracting those who appreciate but cannot usually afford such fare.
Owner Omar Popal is emphasizing the 4,200-square-foot beer hall — in one of Georgetown’s last original warehouse spaces — and the Berliner’s chef, a sausage-making whiz.
The business, based in Baltimore, joins other eateries on Grace Street in Georgetown, such as Chaia, Dog Tag Bakery, Sundevich and Reverie.