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  1. Good omen of things to come...to be added to the list of worthwhile burgers in DC. Soft opening for BTS and despite the line and crowd, burger and fries were quite tasty. I prefer my burgers to be medium rare, but at a soft open with a line, I wasn't about to be picky and thought I'd see what I got. Burger was medium and loosely packed, with a nice char and grill flavor. Not greasy or "juicy" but I actually liked it that way, so I could taste the butter on the bun. And the home made buttered bun is the perfect accompaniment. Jeff Tunks handing out menus to those in line, was commenting on how they didn't know how many buns to make since they had no idea how many people would stop by. Well, better make a lot more, 'cuz judging by the crowd today, I expect it's only going to get busier! (And once it becomes common knowledge that they are open...)
  2. Given the impending opening of Acadiana, I'm surprised I haven't heard much here about the Jeff Tunks/Chris Clime project. Does anyone have news?
  3. FYI-- This came in my in-box today: I had an excellent RW lunch meal there a few weeks ago. The calamari salad was perfectly cooked and tender, and it had a kick to it. I had the kobe beef entree which was phenomenal-- it wasn't quite medium rare (though, I don't know if kobe beef is supposed to be cooked like steak?), but the saucing made up for it. I might have held up the table a bit by cleaning my plate. Dessert-- I don't remember now, but no one at the table was too inspired by any of the choices. Service-- a bit slow, but reasonable given that it was RW. Server was nice and competent.
  4. I like DC Coast (not sure why it doesn't get more coverage... maybe because of the lobbyist/expense account scene that seems to go on there). If for lunch, have the shrimp and grits. If dinner, they generally do good things with scallops, or there's the signature wok smoked lobster.
  5. This is great news for Clarendon, and Arlington as a whole. Reported by Northern Virginia Magazine, Passion Food Restaurants (DC Coast, PassionFish, Acadiana etc) is opening a Mexican restaurant in Clarendon. With a tequileria on the first floor . Knowing this restaurant groups heritage, I'm predicting a KILLER fish taco, very excited.
  6. While searching for a place to eat with a small group before a show at Lisner Auditorium, I turned up District Commons near Washington Circle, but no mention of it on Don Rockwell. Sounds like it might be nice. Does anyone know anything?
  7. "INVITATION TO THE SOUTHERN TABLE” WHAT A PARTY IT WILL BE! Jeff Tunks, Gus DiMillo, and David Wizenberg of Passion Food Hospitality are opening their doors to serve Southern food galore, spirits will be flowing and music will be playing! This is a benefit to raise money for the most anticipated museum to open its doors in New Orleans in 2008. Sunday, June 10, 2007 6pm until 9 pm ACADIANA RESTAURANT 901 New York Avenue New Orleans, Louisiana A Museum Representing the Cuisine and Culture of Sixteen Southern States Participating Restaurants & Chefs: Acadiana Restaurant, Washington, DC- Jeff Tunks, David Guas Cashion’s Eat Place and Johnny’s Half Shell, Washington, DC- Ann Cashion Louis at Pawley’s, Pawley’s Island, South Carolina- Louis Osteen Restaurant Eugene, Atlanta, Georgia --Linton Hopkins Vidalia, Washington, DC --Jeff Buben Only $100 per person (Minimum donation) for a Selection of Southern Dishes, Open Bar and Signature Southern Drinks PLEASE COME AS NEW ORLEANS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT For reservations or information: 202. 222. 0987 or sofab@acadianarestaurant.com For Reservations or Donations On-Line: www.acadianarestaurant.com/sofab.htm All proceeds from this June 10, 2007 event will go directly to the Museum, whose New Orleans home is scheduled to open fall 2008.
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