In The Kitchen With Nonna’s Kitchen: Goodbye Tuscany, Hello Piedmont
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In The Kitchen With Nonna’s Kitchen: Goodbye Tuscany, Hello Piedmont

If one was to travel from Tuscany to Piedmont it would easily be a four-plus hour car ride. Although likely scenic thanks to the Italian coastal drive, however that’s not taking into account one must get from the western hemisphere to the eastern hemisphere first. It’s a long, expensive trip – one we’re sure is … Continue reading »

In the Kitchen with Nonna’s Kitchen: Newly Opened on U Street – Journey to Tuscany with Chef Justus Frank’s November Tasting Menu
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In the Kitchen with Nonna’s Kitchen: Newly Opened on U Street – Journey to Tuscany with Chef Justus Frank’s November Tasting Menu

Here at EDC we value the experiences in our lives above all else. A value that greatly surpasses money, tangibility, and hoards of worthless possessions. You bought a brand new Lamborghini? Good for you. We spent time with friends and family talking and laughing (sometimes crying), sharing each others’ presence, exploring and making memories we’ll … Continue reading »

In The Kitchen with Policy: Truth, Love, Liberty…and Brunch + Shrimp & Grits Recipe
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In The Kitchen with Policy: Truth, Love, Liberty…and Brunch + Shrimp & Grits Recipe

Because we’re relatively new to the District, we still have so many places we’ve never been to, and often times never heard of. Policy is one of those places – which is odd since they’re right next door to one of our favorite brunch spots – Lupo Verde. We suppose that just makes us oblivious. … Continue reading »

In The Kitchen with Tico: Capturing Global Cuisine with an American Core
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In The Kitchen with Tico: Capturing Global Cuisine with an American Core

Relatively new to U Street is Michael Schlow’s Tico with George Rodrigues in the kitchen as Executive Chef. Walking in, the restaurant definitely fits into the U Street scene, but on the more posh and polished side of things. Designed by David Manfredi of Elkus-Manfredi Architects, Tico boasts a large open space, with an open kitchen view and low lights, and … Continue reading »

In The Kitchen With Ulah Bistro: Eat Drink & Be Merry At Brunch
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In The Kitchen With Ulah Bistro: Eat Drink & Be Merry At Brunch

Ulah Bistro, located a stone’s throw away from the U Street Metro and across the street from DC’s  infamous Ben’s Chili Bowl, is another one of the Lalou Group’s restaurants. (Sister to Lupo Verde and Station 4.)  Labeled as a modern American cuisine restaurant, we were a bit confused by the decor when we first walked … Continue reading »