New Kitchens on the Block 6: Fan Frenzy

The fans are in a frenzy and who can blame them?  It’s been an incredible season and we’re on our way to stunning victory.  Oh wait, you thought I was referring to the World Series?  Sorry… this is about new DC restaurants and the latest sneak peek offered to food fans at last Sunday’s New […]

Reverie: Dreams Come True

It is my nine-year blogiversary this month.  It is mind-blowing, surreal, and to me even laughable that I have sustained Been There, Eaten That for this long.  Dining out as my preferred form of entertainment has been a thing for most of my life.  But how does one turn a passion into a blog? Looking […]

The Oval Room: A Visit to Provence (closed)

Note: The Oval Room has Permanently Closed As I sit at my computer, taking a much-needed breather from the stifling air outside, my mind wanders back to a dinner in Provence. Every dish in the meal is spiked up with sun-ripened vegetables, a liberal dose of fragrant olive oil, and herbs fresh from the garden.  […]

Bombay Street Food: Can We Chaat?

Asad Sheikh had a long-time dream to bring Bombay-based street food to DC and he has made his vision a reality with Bombay Street Food in Columbia Heights.

Dyllan’s Raw Bar Grill: Countless Options (CLOSED)

Dyllan’s Raw Bar Grill is now Closed If you haven’t been to Georgetown to dine recently, it’s time. There is a crop of new restaurants to explore, including Dyllan’s Raw Bar Grill overlooking the C&O Canal. The restaurant takes over the space once belonging to Sea Catch, which was a Georgetown mainstay for more than […]

Delina Eritrean Urban Kitchen: Pass the Injera Please (closed)

NOTE: Delina Eritrean Urban Kitchen is permanently closed. Food is so much more than what’s on your plate.  It can also be a revealing glimpse into history and culture. Delina Eritrean Urban Kitchen, a recent addition to Bethesda, is a prime example.  Delina is named for the 10-year old daughter of restaurant owners Abraham and […]

2018 Restaurant World Summed Up in One Word- Frenetic

When Eater DC invited me to participate in their 2018 year-end survey, I was eager to provide my input.  Answering the questions becomes a delightful journey down memory lane. At the same time, it’s daunting, as I know my answers will appear alongside DC’s established food journalists.  I took a stab at it from my […]

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