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…

Eating DMV: Honey Pig Korean BBQ

Korean BBQ is up there in my top 10 favorite foods.  While I don’t have it often, it is such a treat when I do.  I love the food, the experience and getting to try new dishes every time I go.  The only thing I don’t love is smelling like grilled meat for the next…

Eating DC: Tiger Fork

Tiger Fork in Shaw’s Blagden Alley, is a hidden gem of DC.  From the outside, it is unassuming, marked only by neon Chinese letter.. but one you go inside, you are transported to Hong Kong!  Tiger Fork brings the spirit, atmosphere and cuisine of HK to the middle of DC.  It is truly incredible! The…

Eating DC: All-Purpose Pizzeria

I love a good pizza, I mean, who doesn’t?!  All- Purpose Pizzeria is DC’s newest edition to the pizza scene and let me tell you, I am not mad.  This is way more than just your average pizzeria. First of all, the location in Shaw is amazing.  The restaurant itself is rustic feeling and a…

Eating DC: Tail Up Goat

I have to admit, the first time I went to Tail Up Goat I was a little confused.  There wasn’t a theme or a “type” of cuisine; I didn’t know how to describe to to my friends.  There were a lot of things on the menu that I had never heard of and a lot…