In The Kitchen With Station 4: Season by Season We Have To Help Our Farmers + Recipe
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In The Kitchen With Station 4: Season by Season We Have To Help Our Farmers + Recipe

In a part of town we don’t frequent often resides Station 4 – a modern American restaurant located directly across the street from the Waterfront Metro. Aware that Station 4 is a Lalou Group restaurant along with Ulah Bistro and Lupo Verde, we had set our expectations high. The 56-seat outdoor patio gave no hint … Continue reading »

In The Kitchen With Lupo Verde: “Green Wolf” Cucina & Bar Now Serving Brunch
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In The Kitchen With Lupo Verde: “Green Wolf” Cucina & Bar Now Serving Brunch

We’ve had our eyes set on Lupo Verde since their opening about four months ago. We knew this place was not going to be the next Olive Garden (thank God) with Antonio Matarazzo as managing partner and Domenico Apollaro as executive chef – both native Italians - and we also knew this was going to have a … Continue reading »

In The Kitchen With TKO Burger: Pound-For-Pound In The Burger Ring
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In The Kitchen With TKO Burger: Pound-For-Pound In The Burger Ring

Step aside burger joints, there is a new prince in town, and he is a knock-out. Lance London’s TKO Burger, located on  Rhode Island Row, is a boxing themed restaurant that is nestled next to his southern-themed Carolina Kitchen. Although TKO Burger is considered a “fast causal” restaurant, the interior of the place will take you … Continue reading »

“Moonshine” by Jaime Joyce: American Heritage & Cultural Tradition Unveiled + 5 Places to Find Moonshine in DC
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“Moonshine” by Jaime Joyce: American Heritage & Cultural Tradition Unveiled + 5 Places to Find Moonshine in DC

Alright class, raise your hand if you know what moonshine actually is. If you were thinking “unaged whiskey” you’d be right. Now raise your hand if you associate moonshine with a positive view of American history. No? Perhaps you still hold the stigma of dishonest backwoods hillbillies and “firewater” that will turn you blind. (We’ve … Continue reading »