Eating DC: Bar Charley

Bar Charley has to be one of my favorite happy hour options in DC.  The atmosphere/ location is perfect and their happy hour deals are actually deals.  (What a concept).  Bar Charley reminds me of a sophisticated Tiki Bar- with island inspired drinks, Asian and Pacific fused food and a cool, mature environment. I have…

Eating DC: Timber Pizza Co.

If you are a pizza lover- or you are a normal human being- DO NOT miss Timber Pizza Co.  Timber Pizza is one of DC’s newest pizza editions and it is definitely here to stay. It is located up in the Petworth neighborhood, which is slightly inconvenient for those of us who live downtown but…

Eating DC: Jinya Ramen Bar

Jinya Ramen Bar recently expanded its USA empire and opened up shop in DC on 14th Street. With that being said, I have wanted to try it out for a few months now!  Their menu offers an extensive selection of Japanese appetizers (think gyoza, takoyaki, bao, etc) and a surprisingly large offering of various ramen…

Eating DC: Bistro Bohem

Bistro Bohem is a hidden gem among DC restaurants. On whim, I went to Bistro Bohem with some friends, and it was one of the best decisions I have made in a while.  While unassuming from the outside, the inside is cozy and has a lot of character, not to mention the food is unreal. …

Eating DC: Service Bar

Service Bar is tucked nicely in the middle of the bustling U Street neighborhood, and offers amazing cocktails, fried chicken and other small bites. The bar itself is packed with a selection of alcohol and fun glasses; almost reminiscent of a tiki bar but not quite. Both their food and cocktail/drink menu have amazing selections…

Eating DC: Pop’s Sea Bar

Walking into Pop’s Sea Bar in Adam’s Morgan, DC, is reminiscent of a small town, familiar beach shack restaurant on the Jersey Shore, except it is located right off the busy 18th Street.  Walking inside, you are immediately transported seaside and greeted by super friendly staff that seem to know everyone in the place!  I…