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All the D.C. news that’s fit to eat (and drink).

This week in BYT Food:

Taste Tests

  • El Camino is the best thing (it’s not a bad thing) that ever happened to Bloomingdale, so we tried it and took pictures.


Other Things You Want to Know

  • There is now a decent food option at DCA and it’s Taylor Gourmet.
  • We made gin with a recipe from D.C.’s Ginbrew and it was delicious. And we took pictures.


Upcoming Food Events:

  • January 24 – Waterfront Station is hosting a Soup-er bowl, a soup and chili competition featuring a beer garden and live music.
  • January 27 – Kapnos Taverna is opening in Arlington, the second of Mike Isabella’s Greek restaurants in the District.


Super Bowl Deals (because football is nothing without the food):

  • Boston-based Legal Sea Foods’ is supporting the Patriots (and our bellies) with a Souper Bowl Special. Get six souper bowls of clam chowder for $12 during the Super Bowl Weekend.
  • If you’re hosting your own party at home, Rosa Mexicano has you covered with their Guac-to-Go Party Pack, delivered straight to your door on game day.


  • Get two pints of frozen custard (and a mini football) for the price of one with Shake Shack’s “Two-Pint Conversion” special, running from Jan 29 to Feb 1.
  • Trummer’s on Main is offering a Pre-Bowl Brunch on game day, featuring dishes like Crispy Pig Ears for $6 and a Pork Belly Biscuit “Banh Mi” for $12. Plus, get $5 Mimosas and $6 Bloody Marys at the bar during happy hour from 1 to 3 p.m
  • Jack Rose is hosting its own competition on Super Bowl Sunday between two barbecue styles and two local breweries. Barbecue plates are are $10 and beers are $5, with $6 punch specials and $7 whiskeys available as well.
  • For football purists, Vinoteca is holding a no-fuss, all night Super Bowl happy hour and viewing party on Feb 1, starting at 5 p.m. Enjoy a glass of wine or Peroni draft for $5 each as you kick back and watch the game of the year.


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