Posts Tagged ‘ Dupont ’

DGS Delicatessen ….$40 later

January 15, 2013
DGS Delicatessen ….$40 later

I was feeling happy-go-lucky one Saturday morning until I got the bill at DGS. I ordered the pastrami, which takes over a week to make and is massaged by hand for three hours a day (ok that last part may be a lie). $13. I couldn’t pass up the matzo ball soup. $7. As...
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Little Serow: a feast for the senses

February 9, 2012

Little Serow will transport you to another world. That world defies expectations and requires you to sometimes eat with your hands.  Just go with it — and don’t worry about whether you’re eating something the “right way.”  You won’t be disappointed. As I entered the dimly lit basement that seats about 28 people, I was...
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Restaurant review: Al Tiramisu — an oldie but a goodie!

June 18, 2011

So far I’ve written about new places, or at least places that are “new” to me.  Al Tiramisu is different.  It’s been around for 15 years (for good reason) and I’ve been there many times before.  The first few years I lived in DC, I often dined at Al Tiramisu.  Suddenly, I just stopped...
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