And yet the croque monsieur is just as tasty, the moules mariniere are equally aromatic, and the chocolate mousse is more than sufficiently decadent.
Everything's just a bit friendlier, younger, and more casual--meaning that French food doesn't have to be for special occasions only.
In these last days of August, the rooftop of the Cleveland Park Bar & Grill calls to me.
Normally I am not too crazy about sports bars, and prefer watering holes that don't have televisions at all.
Here in Warshinton, straight-shootin' wearables and variegated hope-filled trappings can be yours for the promulgating. Sorriso, an Italian bar, pizzeria, and ristorante at the foot of the Cleveland Park metro is a unique dining experience for DC.
From Swarovski crystal presidential pins to the head of Sarah Palin, wear your political accessories with pride! The restaurant is one of the rare local establishments that is cozy and has character.
In other words, they’re pursuing a if-you-can’t-beat-them-imitate-them approach.
Safeway has a website up with some of the plans for Social Safeway (and yes, in a somewhat cringe-worthy move, they even call it “socialsafeway.com”). : Safeway hopes to complete the project by 2010, but GM is skeptical they’ll meet that date (the ANC is scheduled to discuss this time table at Tuesday’s meeting).
A great place for a date or gathering with friends, Sorriso features a variety of Italian staples, including classic and hearty past dishes.Right now Safeway is engaged in a public relations push to prepare Georgetown for the loss of its only major grocery store. deliver once a week to a centralized campus location) and waive the delivery fee.They are trying to educate people about the closest Safeways (sorry Safeway, GM will probably just go to the Tenleytown Giant or the Adams Morgan Harris Teeter). In response, at the December ANC meeting, incoming Georgetown University-representing commissioner, Aaron Golds, made the suggestion that Safeway should expand its delivery operation to specifically target Georgetown students. In keeping with the Apple store imbroglio, it’s worth discussing the design.Situated in a Woodley Park rowhouse, the space is cozy, charming, and full of natural light.Instead of a heavy menu with curly scripts, Petits Plats' aesthetic is bright and modern.