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  1. Not sure if my google skills have departed, or if I have really started two threads tonight. We are always looking for a place that is open late. So one night at 10pm, we tried it. The decor is a.... melange of styles and motifs. The meal as a whole was quite nice. It was one of the more plesant dining experiences we have had recently. But when I think back to the actual dishes, noneof them stood out as superb with the exception of a pate but the whole is much greater than the sum of its parts. A decent, small beer list with about a dozin an tap, more in bottle and cans. Wine list did not interest me. I asked the waiter to ahve the bartender riff on a Sazerac, and I got a pretty straightforward Sazerac, nicely done but not outstanding. Kay's Goose Island IPA was very nice. We tried two cured meats {duckbreast and fennel sausage} and the aforementioned pate {pork with cranberry IIRC.} The pate was superb and would have been better still if served with something as simple as a little mustard or mostarda to go along with the pate, a small pile of cornichons and a hunk of grilled bread. The duck breast was fine, but I have had better product from Dartagnan. The fennel sausage had a very odd, crumbly, dry texture that was borderline unpleasant. This was unfortunate as the flavors were nice. A salad of chicories seemed to be a conventional produce item, which surprised at a place that makes all their meat items in house. There was a nice smattering of very good blue crumbles from a US artisan cheese maker, candied walnuts and orange sections. The other dish we ahd was a total miss.... grilled calamari with salsa verde. Not one part of the dish worked. Desserts were a baked apple which was more of a apple shaped applesauce with a brulee crust in a creme Anglaise. I was not a fan of the texture, but the flavors were super. My maple & bacon gelato was shy on both bacon and maple, and was ice cream int he extreme and not gelato, but it was a fun, large portion. Kay's apple came with a large wad of spun sugar and my "gelato" has a stained glass dripped sugar thingie on top. There was more sugar in the garnishes than one person should eat in a week. The spun sugar shattered when I tried to take a taste and it took overnight and several applications of shampoo to my quite bushy beard to get it out. We chatted witht he GM and the Chef di Cusina who were very nice. We cut off our waiter who introduced himself with the line "I'm Jason and I am here to guide you thru the menu tonight" We said we had made our decisions and had a couple of questions... what is your favorite pate and what are your favorite two cures. He had answered at hand which I appreciated. But this is not a menu needing GPS or hand holding to understand. Appetizers, entrees and lots of charcuterie. If I had the free time, or on a night in the future when I do, we will return for a late bite. The dinner was about $70 with tip.
  2. I understand that the folks at the McLean Organic Butcher get all their meat from local sources...we've still not made it out there, but I've spoken with them on the phone a couple of times.
  3. Meet a Legendary Butcher I literally squealed like a Berkshire pig when I read this in my Instagram feed. Tickets are an incredible value starting at $27, and for $52 you can meet the infamous butcher. Caputo Brothers Creamery really nailed it. They are hosting the event. Mark your calendars for Jan 14th. This is a must for any gourmand. Hope to see you there! You know I got my ticket!! Food groupie, kat
  4. General Manager position available at Stachowski Market. Stachowski Market is Georgetown's only full service butcher shop and is owned and operated by Chef Jamie Stachowski. Locally established in 2011, Stachowski’s Market in Georgetown, features delicious sandwiches, groceries, prime local sourced meat, market fresh vegetables and prepared dinners to go. Stachowski’s Market combines old world heritage, classic cooking techniques, and a depth of flavors in a unique style. Apply method: Email jobs.smarketdc@gmail.com Job Title: General Manager Company : Stachowski Market Headquarters: Washington, DC Schedule: Full-Time, 5 days a week, which includes weekends and holidays Hours : 2:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. (includes closing) Rate: Salary commensurate with experience The General Manager provides excellent customer satisfaction through the management and leadership of Stachowski Market employees. This position is responsible for maintaining high standards in quality, variety, selection, food safety and sanitation for all products produced and sold at Stachowski Market. The General Manager is responsible for assisting the Market Manager in the daily supervision of Market operations, ensuring the delivery of excellent customer service, monitoring the quality of market products, and acting as manager in the absence of the Market Manager as needed to address employee relations, coaching, and general Market supervision needs. Job Skills/Requirements: Customer-Service Attention to Detail Leadership Management Skills Organizational Skills Problem-Solving Skills Speaking Skills: Bilingual Preferred Stamina Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years of age. 1 year supervisory experience preferred, high school diploma or GED, and strong knowledge of food service organization, deli department procedure, culinary management, butcher/meat cutter knowledge or an acceptable combination of education and experience. Strong ability to work well with people. Please reply with resume or previous work experience. Job Type: Full-time Required education: High school or equivalent Required experience: Management: 1 year Deli: 1 year supervisory: 1 year Food Service Management: 1 year
  5. Assistant Manager position available at Stachowski Market. Stachowski Market is Georgetown's only full service butcher shop and is owned and operated by Chef Jamie Stachowski. Locally established in 2011, Stachowski’s Market in Georgetown, features delicious sandwiches, groceries, prime local sourced meat, market fresh vegetables and prepared dinners to go. Stachowski’s Market combines old world heritage, classic cooking techniques, and a depth of flavors in a unique style. Apply method: Email jobs.smarketdc@gmail.com Job Title: Manager Company : Stachowski Market Headquarters: Washington, DC Schedule: Full-Time, 5 days a week, which includes weekends and holidays Hours : 2:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. (includes closing) Rate: Salary commensurate with experience The Assistant Manager provides excellent customer satisfaction through the management and leadership of Stachowski Market employees. This position is responsible for maintaining high standards in quality, variety, selection, food safety and sanitation for all products produced and sold at Stachowski Market. The Assistant Manager is responsible for assisting the Market Manager in the daily supervision of Market operations, ensuring the delivery of excellent customer service, monitoring the quality of market products, and acting as manager in the absence of the Market Manager as needed to address employee relations, coaching, and general Market supervision needs. Job Skills/Requirements: Customer-Service Attention to Detail Leadership Management Skills Organizational Skills Problem-Solving Skills Speaking Skills: Bilingual Preferred Stamina Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years of age. 1 year supervisory experience preferred, high school diploma or GED, and strong knowledge of food service organization, deli department procedure, culinary management, butcher/meat cutter knowledge or an acceptable combination of education and experience. Strong ability to work well with people. Please reply with resume or previous work experience. Job Type: Full-time Required education: High school or equivalent Required experience: Management: 1 year Deli: 1 year supervisory: 1 year Food Service Management: 1 year
  6. i can't believe there is no thread for meats and foods. they opened quietly in august 2013. they were previously supplying several bars and eateries under the name "13th st. meats" while working out of the kitchen at pharmacy bar but they finally opened a brick-and-mortar shop at the corner of Florida St. NW and 3rd St. NW. they offer a rotating and fairly wide variety of sausages, including half smokes, thai basil chicken, brats, a roasted poblano, and chorizo. everything is made at the shop. they can be consumed there or taken home. i love their sausages. they have been well tested and the care and love is evident. but what i really love right now is their vegan dog and vegan chili. this is far superior than anything else in DC, including ben's regular chili cheese dog. the vegan dog has the best texture. it's primarily gluten mixed with smashed black eye peas and garbanzo beans. they offer a small but choice selection of beverages. mexican cola, DC Brau, broadbent vinho verde. did i forget to mention that the sausage sandwiches on martin's potato rolls are all $6??? add ons, like sauerkraut and gordy's pickles can run you an additional $0.35-$0.50. you can also order a bowl of chili for $5. any 4 links to go are $10. they started ofering house made bacon for $5. they don't appear to have a website but they are active on facebook and instgram and will post their menu once a week on instagram.
  7. How did this thread miss the arrival in Marshall of what may be the finest butcher I've encountered, The Whole Ox: thewholeox.com Also, you can dine in The Whole Ox, but carrying out produce and great prepared food are on the list of options.
  8. Pesca Deli is now advertising that have also opened a butcher shop across the street at 4961 Bethesda Avenue called Butchers Alley.
  9. After seeing the Post article, I headed over for lunch at the Singer's Significant Meats pop-up today (Sun and Monday lunch only for limited time, unclear how long). I met Doug Singer who was doing FOH and his partner Pete cooking in back. Very friendly gents. Also really good meat - hefty sandwich of thinly sliced melt in your mouth meat with a bit of fat, but not too much on thin sliced toasted rye with a shmear of mustard. Decent pickle with it too. The only odd thing is I ordered pastrami, Doug and I went back and forth a bit to confirm that I did get the pastrami. He swears it was their pastrami but I'll say it was a really good corned beef. I say this becasue there was no pepper/spice crust and it wasn't peppery or smoky in flavor - it tasted like good cured corned beef. I probably should have asked for a corned beef slice to compare but didn't have time. Either way, go enjoy a sandwich but don't necessarily expect your usual pastrami. http://www.singersmeats.com/
  10. Right up past maple lawn at intersection of 216 and 108 is an old school grocery and butcher shop. They make their own sausage(outstanding) and bacon which is ok. They also make breakfast sandwiches on martins potato buns( but the egg is that pre made stuff) I get a sausage and cheese and go home and fry up an egg from my chicken coop. On Sundays they have coffee out for the taking. The beef is pretty good there and they have a lot of lunch sandwiches on offer too. And they always have some local veggies or fruit. It's my day off morning routine.
  11. I walked by and Cathal/Meshelle Armstrong's new food market and it just began construction. The 7,000 sq foot bakery, butchery, wine bar and "studio kitchen" on Washington Street is supposed to open this summer. Missy Frederick has more on it in the Washington Business Journal. They are busy with Virtue Beer & Barley concurrently under construction. Here is the permit that includes a description of the project and some mock-ups.
  12. Only mention of it I found on the board was this post answering a question about local butchers and it does cover a lot. Basically its a small shop that I've found is very knowledgable about the meats and offers some pretty decent prices (in my experience) for some very good meats. They ship all up and down the east coast and they are a big kosher distributor, although I don't know if they've ever had it in their retail shop. But if you ever need a good order of any cow or pig product, this is your place. http://www.jwtreuth.com/
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