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Restaurant Spotlight: The Lebanese Butcher and Restaurant


At first, I was slightly apprehensive visiting a restaurant with the word “butcher” in its title, but as soon as I walked in the door, I realized that the Lebanese Butcher and Restaurant is a cozy hideaway and a great place to eat and relax.

Wooing with Food on Valentine

Option 1:  A Romantic Dinner for Two It’s Valentine’s Day and you want to show your sweetie how much you care by serving a delicious meal. For those in the wooing stages, tempt your loved one with a special dinner of rack-of-lamb. It’s impressive, requires a small amount of prep time and cooks quickly. All […]

Restaurant Spotlight: Bistrot du Coin

A new name has appeared alongside the small handful of late-night restaurants open after shows in downtown Washington D.C. It used to be that the Old Ebbitt Grill and the Kramerbooks restaurant were the only places folks knew of to bathe in the afterglow of a great show or concert downtown. Lately that has changed, […]

Restaurant Spotlight: Delhi Club


With a generous collection of curries, kabobs and flatbreads, Delhi Club goes straight to the heart of Indian cuisine. It’s an experience that takes patrons beyond just eating: spiced aromas fill the restaurant, Indian music plays in the background and the food is, of course, well-seasoned and delicious.

Restaurant Spotlight: Aladdin’s Eatery


Looking for a meal that’s light-yet-satisfying with an exotic twist? Aladdin’s Eatery is your place to try Lebanese cuisine with flavorful and well-spiced dishes at a good price. The restaurant specializes in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine, from grilled kabobs to rolled pitas, with ample fresh vegetables making their way into every dish.

Restaurant Spotlight: Kabob Bazaar


With D.C.’s alarmingly hot weather ahead, an outdoor shaded eatery should be on one’s list of summer spots. Kabob Bazaar in Clarendon is perfect for a filling meal, a snack or perhaps a cup of chilled tea.



Sometimes the best things in life come from the most unexpected places. And sometimes you have to go looking for them.

Eat Your Heart Out

Eat Your Heart Out

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.

Restaurant Review: White Tiger Restaurant


301 Massachusetts Avenue, NE Washington, D.C. 20002 (202) 546-5900   The White Tiger Restaurant manages to find the unique balance of catering to Indian authenticity while providing dishes that won’t scare off first-timers.