Five New Restaurants Friday

Posted on January 4, 2013. Filed under: Uncategorized |

In honor of continuing my non new year’s resolutions, I have chosen 5 new(to me) restaurants in D.C. that I’d like to visit this year.

1. Little Serow – I have plans to go with with my sister in two weeks!

2. Range – As I mentioned in a previous post this restaurant opened in my kind of ‘hood.  We tried to go one evening over the holiday break, but no tables were available.

3. Bourbon Steak – The biggest reason I want to try this place out is for the french fries and truffle mac n’ cheese.  Both clearly obsessions of mine that I need to experience first hand.

4. Kushi – I’ve heard great things about this place and need to finally check it out.

5. Restaurant Eve – Ditto on this place, plus it’s supposed to be super romantic – ha.  I don’t actually care about the amount of romance a restaurant brings – I just want good food.  But Restaurant Eve is supposed to be great.

Happy Eating in 2013!


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Looks like you know all the places!! When I come down for the Nike Women’s 1/2 in April I’m definitely going to have to ask for references!!

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