Welcome to this edition of Dimanche (That Means Sunday), a roundup of things that caught my eye this past week. This week was a recovery week. I started a new job a couple weeks ago and inconveniently, I got sick … Continue reading
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Tagged art, art festival, Bakers & Hale, Call Your Mother, craft festival, Craftoberfest, D.C., DC eats, DC food, DC restaurants, Dunkin' Donuts, film, film-making, French film, French movies, immigration, Jacques Audiard, Jewish deli, movies, plagiarism, politics, St. Louis, Timber Pizza Company, Washington D.C.
When I got off the plane in Washington, DC on Sunday, I texted my friend Rachel. I was supposed to meet up with her to go to a friend’s birthday picnic in Virginia. I walked through Reagan Airport (pictured above), … Continue reading
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Tagged Australian coffee, avocado toast, bao, Bluestone Lane, Bread Furst, Bun'd Up, Burmese food, Caribbean food, coffee, D.C. eats, D.C. food, D.C. food scene, DC eats, DC food, DC food scene, DC restaurants, Dolcezza, falooda, french pastry, hummus, Israeli cuisine, Israeli food, Kith and Kin, Little Red Fox, pain au chocolat, pastry, rouget escovitch, Sababa Uptown, Seafood, soft serve, The Wharf, Toli Moli, Union Market, Washington D.C., Washington D.C. food
When I lived in D.C., every Saturday I would go to Glen’s Garden Market for a breakfast sandwich. I’d always order the “Grains & Greens,” or scrambled egg, cheddar cheese, caramelized onions, pickled jalapeños, salsa, arugula, and cilantro. I’d get … Continue reading
Posted in Breakfast, Brunch, Uncategorized
Tagged bagel, bagels, breakfast sandwich, Bullfrog Bagels, caramelized onions, cheddar cheese, D.C. eats, D.C. food, DC eats, DC food, DC restaurants, eggs, Glen's Garden Market, Grains & Greens, onion, onions, poppy seeds, poppyseed bagel, scrambled eggs, Spinach, Tillamook cheddar, Washington D.C.
I broke my cardinal restaurant rule for Bad Saint: Never wait in line. I have this rule because I think that good food should be relatively accessible. What’s the point of sharing a meal if you have to wait two … Continue reading
In this installment of Pizza Break, I bring you pizza from Glen’s Garden Market. I’ve been going to Glen’s since I moved to D.C. It’s a gourmet market that has excellent food, including some of the best pizza in the … Continue reading