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.
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.
From chefs to foodies to policy, DC’s Twitter feeds explode with an array of information about all things edible. Whether you’re vegan or farming cattle yourself, these foodies have the tips, tricks and inside scoop on the D.C. food scene. Here are the 10 most exciting foodie Twitter feeds every Washingtonian should follow.
We take a look back at some of the most successful spots added to the Capital City’s culinary scene in 2011.