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Dying to Dine Series, Hungry Lobbyist

Dying to Dine: Washingtonian’s Death Row Meals, Part II

Part II of a regular series where we ask some of Washington’s favorite foodies, journalists, chefs, and industry reps what their “last meal” would be. Read Part I here.  A prisoner’s “last meal” typically has no boundaries or restrictions, and has elicited a bit of a cult following online. Recently, […]

Andi, Events

Washingtonian’s delicious Best of Washington Event

One of the best nights in DC is at Washingtonian’s AT&T Best of Washington party. The night is full of food, live music, and sample bites from more than 60 of Washingtonian’s 100 Very Best Restaurants and Best of Washington Survey Winners! This event benefits the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Just with […]

Events, Gabby

A Recap of Chef’s Best DC

Chef’s Best raises critically needed funds to support Food & Friends. Founded in 1988, Food & Friends began in the basement of the Westminster Presbyterian Church with 20 volunteers enlisted to deliver 15 meals/day serving a total of 1,800 meals to 60 clients. Today, the organization delievers home-delivered meals and provides […]

Gabby, Restaurant Review

Honeygrow’s Summer Menu Sizzles

Honeygrow, a heathy fast casual concept with locations in Chinatown, Reston, and Pentagon City, was founded by Justin Rosenberg in Philadelphia in 2012. With everything from the whipped cream to the salad dressings and sauces being made on site, honeygrow prides itself on good, honest food. Each beautifully designed store […]

Lizzie, Restaurant Review

Review: Rí Rá Georgetown

Hungry Lobbyist was recently invited to enjoy dinner at the Georgetown Irish eatery Rí Rá. As a practicing whiskey-ist, I obliged. My husband and I arrived on an early Sunday evening and the hostess sat us at a lovely table in the window – perfect for people-watching in one of […]