Graffiato, a D.C. restaurant owned by Mike Isabella that usually serves up pasta, pizza and other Italian fare, is hosting a “hip-hop tribute dinner” that’s drawing criticism from many who say the menu is racist.
With so many restaurants being hyped up by foodies, blogs and press, it can be hard to know which ones are actually worth it. These restaurants are worth the hype.
One of the most effective ways that a restaurant can enhance your dining experience is with tableside food preparation. Read on to find out where you can partake in one of these tableside food preparation experiences.
DC pizza ranges from the most meticulous ingredients to the bizarrely topped. There’s even dessert pizza. Sink your teeth into these top five creative pizza places.
Two of D.C.’s hottest chefs — Mike Isabella of Graffiato and Bandolero and Dennis Marron of Poste Moderne Brasserie — share the recipes that they prepare for their family during the holidays to guarantee your family a meal to remember this year.
More than just a flavor for a latte or a filling in a pie, pumpkin shows its savory side in the five best pumpkin dishes in D.C. at some of the area’s top restaurants.
These tips from five DC chefs will stretch your creativity so that your leftovers will rival even the main event at Thanksgiving this year.
We take a look back at some of the most successful spots added to the Capital City’s culinary scene in 2011.