Articles tagged: Restaurant Review


A Maman-tous occasion: NYC favorite opens a new location in Georgetown

On Feb. 14, New York’s beloved café-bakery chain Maman opened the doors to its Georgetown location.


Tonari Brings Japanese-Style Italian Cuisine to D.C.

Tonari’s ambiance is that of a typical Japanese restaurant. The decor is simple and monochromatic, with large black paneling and glass windows offering only a peek at the inside. The... Read more

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Coffee Chat: Kristina’s Cafe and Pastries

Arguably the most important hallmark in an average undergrad’s life is a new, if not enhanced passion for coffee. Around October of freshman year, what was priorly bitter becomes heavenly.... Read more

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Corridor is Georgetown’s Coziest Coffee Shop

Take the shop’s name literally: Corridor Coffee fits in a tiny converted townhouse on Wisconsin Avenue, with a claustrophobia-inducing walkway on the side for patrons to sneak back to the... Read more

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Fox loves Taco, and I do too.

I thought the perfect chai latte didn’t exist. I thought I’d be searching my entire life for the right balance of sweet and spicy, for a not-too-hot concoction, for something... Read more


Journey Down the Mekong: Alfie’s Offers a Taste of Thailand

The Capital’s Asian food scene could not be hotter right now: from the ramen experts at Daikaya and the eclectic, commercial, and culinary presenter Maketto, to the unexpected success of... Read more


A Perfect Ten(01): H Street Restaurant Boasts Unique Style and Tastes

Walk up a flight of stairs next door to the H Street outpost of DC’s beloved Ben’s Chili Bowl, and the atmosphere takes a turn towards that of a familiar... Read more