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New cocktail lounge pop-ups from Jack Rose, DGS Delicatessen, the Gibson (and one club at Wisdom) cater to the curious.
If you have room after consuming heaps of just-grilled meats, try the short rib coca flatbread at Richard Sandoval's Toro Toro.
The owner of the Goodies Frozen Custard & Treats truck (@Goodiesdc) hits the road Friday for his second season. New this year: chocolate-covered bacon sundaes. We asked Byrd to coffee, where we learned that he doesn’t like coffee.
GCDC, a grilled cheese-centric restaurant run by a local father-son duo, opens Friday with a lunch menu of signature sandwiches like this Korean-inspired one. (At night, the menu shifts to cheese plates.)
The duo - who also design housewares for Pottery Barn Teen - just co-authored “A Denim Story” ($33, Rizzoli), a tabletop book saluting the celebs and ordinary people who wear the iconic American fabric.
A fateful meeting with the Purple One saved her career and revived her hard-rocking soul sound.
“It’s nice to keep it casual and not worry too much,” says Rossen, of his solo tour.
So many people tried to watch it on HBO Go that they crashed the subscriber-based online streaming service! If you don’t subscribe to HBO or fell victim to the crash, let me fill you in on what happened.
If Miley Cyrus taught the world to twerk, Dante Hancock would like to do the same with beat-ya-feet, D.C.’s locally grown hip-hop dance.