Selections from the raw bar include the seafood tower.
Eating for Two
by Alison Abbey | Photography by Heidi Geldhauser | Jezebel magazine | September 5, 2014
Very rarely does the name of a restaurant say it all. The Pig & The Pearl is the exception. The newest resto to boost Atlantic Station’s growing culinary scene is a best-of-both-worlds combination of smoked meats and seafood, both of which are done flawlessly.
Political insiders curate an edgy, eclectic interior for their Logan Circle row house. Read More »
The dining room evokes South American, meatcentric themes with a tent-like feel.
by David Hagedorn | Photography by Greg Powers | DC magazine | September 5, 2014
Who knew that when Victor Albisu opened chic Del Campo in Penn Quarter last year that upscale South American asado would suddenly become the next big thing? Cases in point: Richard Sandoval’s Toro Toro pan-Latin steakhouse, which opened in the spring, and Rural Society, which was opened in July at the Loews Madison Hotel by James Beard Award-winning chef Jose Garces. It’s the latest in a bevy of restaurateurs expanding into Washington with thoughts of culinary gold. Rural Society is Garces’ 17th restaurant.
Daniel Boulud makes his debut in Washington at CityCenterDC. Read More »
Design guru Thomas Lavin and O.C.’s Stephen Anderson are teaming up under one roof. Read More »
You could say Dave Welch was born with an eye for fashion—as a child, he insisted on choosing his father’s suiting accessories. And, as a custom tailor, he spends hours catering to the needs of his stylish clientele. Now, he’s poised to open a brick-and-mortar design studio, B.... Read More »
This restaurant has game. It’s got a view of the ocean that can’t be beat, gastronomically creative coastal cuisine and a beach-chic vibe that rivals the coolest establishments in the county. Yes, Driftwood Kitchen has hit the shores of Laguna, and it’s already making a splash in the dining scene.
In two new shows, art star Dario Robleto goes to the heart of Houston’s other major technological wonder. Read More »