ALL THE DC NEWS THAT IS FIT TO EAT (and drink).
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THIS WEEK ON BYT FOOD:
Sure, tobacco isn’t exactly a food group – but Civil Cigar Lounge also offers dishes and drinks.
If you’re looking to brunch on Inauguration Day, we’ve got a solid round-up of brunches and POTUS-themed specials all over the city.
And we’ve got a phenomenal guide to D.C.s healthiest (and most decadent) dishes for making/breaking your New Year’s Resolutions. Seriously gorgeous photos ahead…
Short films and guacamole. Obviously, a classic combination.
The Big Cheese truck is – and this is a direct quote, guys – “cheesetastic.”
OTHER FOOD NEWS & EVENT BITES:
Chef Frederik de Pue’s first solo restaurant project, Table, is officially set to open this Friday, January 18. The long-awaited new dining spot in the Shaw / Mt. Vernon Square neighborhood will open for dinner service at 5pm and you can check out our FIRST LOOK right over here to prepare…
Barbecue lovers from across the Washington region will gather at eight of the area’s top ‘cue establishments for the fourth annual DC Meat Week. This week-long celebration of smoky, low-and-slow cooking will highlight two of the newest barbecue restaurants in the area, four long-time favorites, and for the first time a barbecue-focused Food Truck Face-Off, hosted by Living Social.
Shawarma Spot in Adams Morgan is shut down “for its protection”
Those rumors about Honey Pig opening a location on H St NE? False.
The ten best cookies ever (of cookies currently being sold in DC)
On that note, do you really get drunker at high altitude?
Soda Makes You Sad; Oatmeal Induces Anger — and other food-inpsired emotions
Emilia Romagna, Italy, where vegetarianism is an exotic illness
New Generation Butchers Revive the Craft