All the DC news that’s fit to eat (and drink).
This week in BYT Food:
- We learned the proper 1830s method of preparing lobster.
- Labor Day Brunches were abundant in the District. If you didn’t try one of these places, there’s always next year.
- Check out some restaurants and bars that we can’t wait to open this fall.
Upcoming Food Events:
- Wednesday, September 3rd – Logan Tavern is hosting a pet happy hour with New Belgium and BYT. Drink, play with pets, and take photos with your pets. It’s a great end to the work day.
- Happy Hour @ Tackle Box (4-7 pm Monday-Friday)- Who says Happy Hour has to be alcohol-fueled? Georgetown’s Tackle Box offers $3 fried calamari and $1 oysters.
- Every Monday and Wednesday – Have Power Lunch at the Mansion on O Street, then come back for Chef’s Table Dinner.
- Saturday, September 6th – Feeling the back-to-school blues? The DC MEET market is here to help. So suck it up, get into a celebratory spirit, and come down to St. Luke’s between 11-5 for DIY crafts, art installations, live music, and a pig roast prepared by Erik Bruner-Yang, Toki Underground’s owner / chef / mastermind.
Everything else that’s fit to eat (and drink):
- Cats and coffee are finally coalescing on this side of the pond (Eater Montreal).
- Philly has cheesesteaks, Texas has Jalapeños, and here in DC, we have herb. Check out FastCo Design’s interactive map of the Most Distinctive Food by State.
- Ironic headline of the week: Dunkin’ Donuts Offers Almond Milk for the Health-Conscious Doughnut Customer.