The sandwich is served on warm homemade bread, which is stuffed with eggplant confit and goat feta and drizzled in pesto.
The Detroit-style white pizza ($16) was loaded with blue cheese, red onions, EC Shaw sauce and fried chicken.
Fried fresh and topped with pickled onion slaw and lime crema, The District Fishwife’s shrimp tacos are our pick for dish of the week.
Starbucks in neighborhoods like Dupont Circle, Chinatown and Downtown D.C. have closed their doors and local coffee shops have taken their place.
Blackbear and Gryffin will take the stage at this year’s Spring Fling in the Smith Center on April 27.
The first Pre-Fling has been cancelled due to inclement weather, Program Board announced in a Facebook post.
La Betty will have you feeling like you’re back in your family’s kitchen with its European-inspired comfort food.
Located on the lower level of an indistinct row of townhouses, Momo’s Cafe dishes out Taiwanese fare just minutes from the Mount Vernon Campus.
Stachowski’s Market – a deli removed from the M Street craze in Georgetown – has somehow remained a well-kept secret.
Plant shops may not seem like a go-to destination, but Little Leaf’s whimsical vibes and impeccable aesthetic has attracted the attention of locals.