The hunt is always on for the trophy Sonoma red from Chateau St. Jean. Called Cinq Cepages, French for five grapes, it is a perennial candidate for wine of the year. It’s difficult to find, even at $80 a bottle, and that’s considered good value compared to top French prices.
D.C. Restaurant Week, January 14 – 20 at Participating Restaurants
In a recent column, I covered deep-stack play in tournaments. This week, let’s look at how to play a healthy stack in live games.
Washington, D.C. Summer Restaurant Week, August 6 – 12
Great Grapes! Wine, Arts & Food Festival, July 28 & 29, Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds
The past few weeks my work has taken me to Chicago and New York and I’m leaving for Los Angles tomorrow. I was very fortunate to be asked to speak at the Center on Halstead, a spectacular new GLBT community center that is a national treasure. The $20 million gem […]
All you need is a pair of chopsticks (or desired utensil of choice), an ice-cold glass of water and an empty stomach to enjoy the exquisite Korean and Japanese dining experience that is Palace.
20th Annual Taste of Arlington, Sunday, May 20th in Ballston
Limit Hold’em is a beautiful game to play. Maybe it’s not as dramatic as No Limit — with those exciting all-in bets — but the betting in Limit has a flow to it that’s like a language of its own.
Washington, D.C. Restaurant Week, January 8 – 14.