Feature, Restaurant Review

The Dabney – Well Deserving of It’s Praise

Originally posted in June 2016, re-posted due to the recent Michelin Star award.  There’s a reason Jeremiah Langhorne’s farm-to-table restaurant The Dabney, tucked away Shaw’s Blagden Alley, has quickly risen to not only the talk of the town, but to major food critics and culinary publication’s radars. It’s likely part of the same nostalgia you […]

China Riddle, Feature

National Cocoa Day the Washington Way

In a city filled with nonstop happy hours, it’s easy to prioritize Christmas cocktails over cocoas. During the week of National Cocoa Day, however, it’s time to change that. HungryLobbyist.com partnered with four made-in-DC sweet treats (as well as bottles of bourbon cream, straight bourbon and coconut rum) to bring you […]

Feature, Hill Betch

Seven Rules for Holiday Parties on the Hill

Now that the days are getting shorter and the temperatures are dropping, it’s everyone’s favorite time on the Hill: the Holiday season! Lots of time off, closed offices, and most importantly, free happy hours & receptions. Here are Hill Betch’s Seven Rules for Holiday Parties on the Hill: 1. RSVP to […]

China Riddle, Feature, Restaurant Review

Taberna’s Terrific Fall Menu

In previous posts, I emphasized how Washington is the ideal home away from home. So many people here proudly hail from diverse backgrounds, often bringing the tastes of their native region with them. Whether you’re a Spanish ex-pat missing tasty tapas, or a native Washingtonian seeking to expand your culinary horizons, […]