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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

wine me, dine me (in washington, DC)

Don't worry, I'm not moving. However, Terry and I are going to be enjoying ourselves in our nation's capital for a few days. I'll be out of town until Tuesday, but I'll be reporting from the field. I hear that I'll be at Capitol City Brewery at least once a day (so says the guy that used to live there), but if I find anything else interesting, I'll be sure to report.

I knew I bought a flickr pro account for something!

6 comments:

Cin Twin1 said...

Oh have fun!! Hopefully you will get to see the Cherry Blossoms. I went to DC for the first time last summer and went to this awesome Brazilian place. Here is the website: http://www.thegrillfromipanema.com/index.html

It is not one of those all you can eat meat places but really authentic. It is in Adams-Morgan which has a subway stop.

Have fun!

Julie said...

Oh, cute! We might have to go there just for the name!

liberal foodie said...

That’s my old stompin' grounds. If you get a chance, eat at Jaleo. Spanish tapas style restaurant. Since my move, they opened couple more locations in the city. For good burger, go to 5 guys. I've never tried it but have friends that claim it's the best. And of course have lots of fun.

Julie said...

Thanks for the suggestions, Liberal Foodie! I love tapas, so Jaleo will definitely be on our list. And you know how Terry and I both love burgers. Yum!

WestEnder said...

I lived in D.C. for a while and I've been to both Ipanema and Five Guys! Ipanema was good but you'll spend more time parking than in the restaurant. Take a cab or the Metro.

Five Guys is not a restaurant, per se... it's carry out only, like Alabama Fish Bar. But it's a great cheap burger.

The best burger I had in D.C. was at Sam & Harry's. It sounds like a pub but it's actually a nice restaurant. The burger is only on the lunch menu.

Julie said...

Liberal foodie-- Terry used to live in DC too, and loved Jaleo. We tried to go our first night, but didn't make it. We ended up going for lunch today-- delish! I'll do a write up.

We've doneCapitol City Brewery, Zorba's and the hotel restaurant (eh).. so far. :)

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

wine me, dine me (in washington, DC)

Don't worry, I'm not moving. However, Terry and I are going to be enjoying ourselves in our nation's capital for a few days. I'll be out of town until Tuesday, but I'll be reporting from the field. I hear that I'll be at Capitol City Brewery at least once a day (so says the guy that used to live there), but if I find anything else interesting, I'll be sure to report.

I knew I bought a flickr pro account for something!

6 comments:

Cin Twin1 said...

Oh have fun!! Hopefully you will get to see the Cherry Blossoms. I went to DC for the first time last summer and went to this awesome Brazilian place. Here is the website: http://www.thegrillfromipanema.com/index.html

It is not one of those all you can eat meat places but really authentic. It is in Adams-Morgan which has a subway stop.

Have fun!

Julie said...

Oh, cute! We might have to go there just for the name!

liberal foodie said...

That’s my old stompin' grounds. If you get a chance, eat at Jaleo. Spanish tapas style restaurant. Since my move, they opened couple more locations in the city. For good burger, go to 5 guys. I've never tried it but have friends that claim it's the best. And of course have lots of fun.

Julie said...

Thanks for the suggestions, Liberal Foodie! I love tapas, so Jaleo will definitely be on our list. And you know how Terry and I both love burgers. Yum!

WestEnder said...

I lived in D.C. for a while and I've been to both Ipanema and Five Guys! Ipanema was good but you'll spend more time parking than in the restaurant. Take a cab or the Metro.

Five Guys is not a restaurant, per se... it's carry out only, like Alabama Fish Bar. But it's a great cheap burger.

The best burger I had in D.C. was at Sam & Harry's. It sounds like a pub but it's actually a nice restaurant. The burger is only on the lunch menu.

Julie said...

Liberal foodie-- Terry used to live in DC too, and loved Jaleo. We tried to go our first night, but didn't make it. We ended up going for lunch today-- delish! I'll do a write up.

We've doneCapitol City Brewery, Zorba's and the hotel restaurant (eh).. so far. :)

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

wine me, dine me (in washington, DC)

Don't worry, I'm not moving. However, Terry and I are going to be enjoying ourselves in our nation's capital for a few days. I'll be out of town until Tuesday, but I'll be reporting from the field. I hear that I'll be at Capitol City Brewery at least once a day (so says the guy that used to live there), but if I find anything else interesting, I'll be sure to report.

I knew I bought a flickr pro account for something!

6 comments:

Cin Twin1 said...

Oh have fun!! Hopefully you will get to see the Cherry Blossoms. I went to DC for the first time last summer and went to this awesome Brazilian place. Here is the website: http://www.thegrillfromipanema.com/index.html

It is not one of those all you can eat meat places but really authentic. It is in Adams-Morgan which has a subway stop.

Have fun!

Julie said...

Oh, cute! We might have to go there just for the name!

liberal foodie said...

That’s my old stompin' grounds. If you get a chance, eat at Jaleo. Spanish tapas style restaurant. Since my move, they opened couple more locations in the city. For good burger, go to 5 guys. I've never tried it but have friends that claim it's the best. And of course have lots of fun.

Julie said...

Thanks for the suggestions, Liberal Foodie! I love tapas, so Jaleo will definitely be on our list. And you know how Terry and I both love burgers. Yum!

WestEnder said...

I lived in D.C. for a while and I've been to both Ipanema and Five Guys! Ipanema was good but you'll spend more time parking than in the restaurant. Take a cab or the Metro.

Five Guys is not a restaurant, per se... it's carry out only, like Alabama Fish Bar. But it's a great cheap burger.

The best burger I had in D.C. was at Sam & Harry's. It sounds like a pub but it's actually a nice restaurant. The burger is only on the lunch menu.

Julie said...

Liberal foodie-- Terry used to live in DC too, and loved Jaleo. We tried to go our first night, but didn't make it. We ended up going for lunch today-- delish! I'll do a write up.

We've doneCapitol City Brewery, Zorba's and the hotel restaurant (eh).. so far. :)