Entries by Jean Schindler

New & Notable in Dining December 2015

On Tap scouts out the restaurants, bars and clubs that are new to the scene or shaking things up. 7 Locks Brewing Order: Suds. Rockville is getting lively with the arrival of a neighborhood brewery; the taproom features a rotating selection of low-ABV beers and will fill growlers. No food is served, but customers are welcome […]

Nightcaps and Late Night Snacks

Time for a post-holiday party nightcap with friends? Need a quick snack after shopping late for presents? If only happy hour were at the end of the night instead of the beginning!  You’re in luck: here’s your bespoke list of DC’s late-night holiday dining and drinking destinations. Aqua 301 When: Nightly, 9pm – close This […]

New & Notable in Dining November 2015

NEW American Tandoor Order: Masala Sour (fig-infused bourbon, lemon, garam masala syrup, egg white, aromatic bitters) Chef Satinder Vij has landed directly from India to execute a unique vision of East Meets West. Gin and Indian food is the Victorian era’s great international love match, and American Tandoor recognizes this with a solid offering of gin-based […]

New & Notable October ’15

On Tap scouts out the restaurants, bars and clubs that are new to the scene or shaking things up. NEW Aslin Beer Company Order: In Memoria (lime kolsch) Started by three brothers-in-law and named for the family that ties them together, this newcomer to the region’s burgeoning brewery scene grows its own hops. The brewery […]

20 Coolest Restaurants & Concepts of 2013

Over the last few years, DC has come into its own as a serious eats and drinks town, and 2013 was a foodie stunner: 50 new restaurants opened in the spring months alone, and the pace never slowed. So what emerged as the year’s coolest restaurants and concepts? Read on to see who we think […]

Evolution of the Palm Man: Bruce Bozzi Jr.

What could possibly be manlier than steak and potatoes? Try steak and potatoes at the iconic Palm Restaurant, where ballplayers rub shoulders with lobbyists rubbing shoulders with politicians. After 41 years, DC’s ultimate power restaurant has ‘still got it,’ in large part due to the detail-oriented Bruce Bozzi Jr., the executive vice president and official […]