Category Archives: Where Washington Eats

New Restaurant to Combine Japanese Concept, Latin Flavor

Sakerum, a new sushi bar, Asian-Latin restaurant and cocktail lounge, will open just blocks away from the intersection of 14th and U Street (2204 14th St NW) this spring. Owner Stephanos Andreou’s vision for the two-story, 3,300-square-foot resto-lounge is based on the Japanese concept of the izakaya, a warm, welcoming gastropub, … Continue reading

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D.C. Distiller to Release Ivy City Gin Friday

One Eight Distilling will introduce its first gin to market Friday (6/12), releasing Ivy City Gin, an American dry gin distilled from locally sourced grains (63% rye, 26% corn, and 11% malted rye), with forward notes of Juniper and Spicebush, … Continue reading

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Maryland Gov. Seeks Recipes for ‘Buy Local’ Contest

Maryland Gov. Seeks Recipes for ‘Buy Local’ Contest Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan invites chefs using local Maryland ingredients to submit original recipes for the Governor’s Buy Local Cookout, which will be held at Government House in Annapolis in mid-July. Recipes … Continue reading

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