Come for the Food, Stay for the Fight: Capital Food Fight Raises More than $700,000 for DCCK
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Come for the Food, Stay for the Fight: Capital Food Fight Raises More than $700,000 for DCCK

DC has a lot of great food related events throughout the year. So many in fact that it’s difficult to choose which ones to attend and which ones to say “maybe next year” to. But, there’s no better annual food event (in our perhaps biased opinions) than Capital Food Fight founded by José Andrés to benefit … Continue reading »

Zaytinya to Celebrate Grape Harvest Season with 4th Annual Grape Festival
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Zaytinya to Celebrate Grape Harvest Season with 4th Annual Grape Festival

James Beard Award-winning Chef José Andrés always seems to have some sort of celebration going on for his many patrons, and that’s one of the reasons why we love his restaurants so much. Last April Andrés put together a fun 2-week celebration at Zaytinya for their Greek Easter Festival including special dishes and drinks, music, events, and a traditional … Continue reading »

In The Kitchen with America Eats Tavern: The Story of America’s Culinary Pilgrimage
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In The Kitchen with America Eats Tavern: The Story of America’s Culinary Pilgrimage

José Andrés’ newest adventure, America Eats Tavern located on the fourth floor of the Ritz-Carlton in Tyson’s Corner, is all about the story told through food. This story is America’s culinary pilgrimage, and Andrés takes us through with elegance from oysters, to the classic chicken potpie, to the comforting cobbler. Needless to say, we were excited to see … Continue reading »

In The Kitchen With Zaytinya: Brunch Through The Mediterranean
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In The Kitchen With Zaytinya: Brunch Through The Mediterranean

Our first introduction to James Beard Award-winning Chef José Andrés’ Mediterranean inspired Zaytinya happened during a preview of their 7th annual Greek Easter Festival. We immediately knew it was a place we needed to frequent again. Between the Loukamades (traditional Greek donuts with citrust thyme syrup and flower petals), and the Lobster Avgolemono (hash brown, … Continue reading »