In Japanese cuisine, tasting menus are called omakase which traditionally, the chef designs the menu for you, based on the very best ingredients available. Kaz Sushi Bistro, one of DC’s most popular and well-regarded sushi destinations due to veteran chef, Kazuhiro “Kaz” Okochi’s reputation for composing beautifully crafted fresh seafood offers several omakase menus.
Masa 14 (1825 14th Street, NW), well known as the sexy Latin-Asian inspired Logan Circle neighborhood restaurant is breaking the rules and bucking the fashion faux-pas that insists… more »
The Chile Relleno Fest at La Sandia has been extended! Until September 16th, Chef Richard Sandoval will continue his popular culinary festival of Mexico’s most signature dish, Chile Relleno, or “stuffed chile.” Until the 16th of September, guests can taste four bold, new preparations of Chile Relleno that showcase modern adaptations of this traditional dish.
Great American Dine-Out: Hundreds of DC area restaurants are offering great promotions, featuring special dishes, and donating part of their proceeds to participate in… more »
Vintage Crystal: Wine festivals near Metro stops are pretty much nonexistent, which might be why this Dionysian street fest in the middle of Crystal… more »
37th Annual Virginia Wine Festival: The Virginia Wine Festival is one of the area’s largest and is considered the premiere Virginia wine tasting event. What… more »
H Street Festival 2012: The Atlas District’s rocking out their 9th annual street-extravaganza, especially since they have so much to celebrate this year – the… more »