There is a rustic ambiance to Rendez Vous Café that is noticeable the moment you place a foot on the stone patio in front of the quaint coffee shop. French, Spanish and Portuguese music softly plays while customers sip their lattes and eat their Nutella-covered crepes. Rich orange colors and […]
Valentine’s Day approaches. Pink and Red roses will be sold on almost every street corner as last minute gifts. Godiva chocolate-covered strawberries will be snapped up on the way home from work. Hundreds of mylar balloons will be filled with helium over long lunches.
2007 Chocolate Lovers Festival, February 2 – 3 in Old Town Fairfax
DC’s 1st Annual Chocolate and Wine Festival, January 25 at The Whittemore
I first entered Soho Tea and Coffee in the summer of 1998. It’s a place with a history for the Dupont Circle neighborhoods, a place I remembered sitting up until the wee hours of the morning while sipping coffee with friends and thinking: “This is what city life is like.” […]
Fans of unusually flavored beers are largely limited to small craft products. Now, however, the big boys are increasingly getting into the act.
Tiffany’s Bakery was in existence for 20 years in the Seven Corners shopping center before the Jimenez family bought it 10 years ago. Beatrice, Mr. Bonifacio Jimenez’ wife enjoys the experience of owning the bakery, especially since they have their three daughters to help.
Perhaps you first sampled Lazy Sundae’s delicious homemade ice cream at its Clarendon location where, until late last month, it existed as a popular community staple in all-day desserts. Offering hundreds of flavors of ice cream, complete with the traditional sundae fare, banana splits, and other assorted desserts, you were […]