Saturday, January 8, 2011

***TOP 10 in DC - 2010 Favorites of What Micky Eats***

Out of 76 restaurants that I've dined at across the globe this past year, here is my list of Top 10 restaurants in DC from 2010. The ranking is based purely on the total scores received. For more details - read each post for yourself!


1. Sou'Wester (4.75) - The menu reads with a Southern lilt and features traditional as well as interpretive takes on American classics such as Skillet Fried Chicken with Coleslaw, Chicken and Dumplings and Sautéed Red Snapper with Old Bay Chowder…Read More


2. Poste (4.7) - The food arrived beautifully plated and was absolutely delicious. My crepes were one of the best vegetarian dishes I've ever had and Keith's entree was tender enough to "eat with a spoon"…Read More

3. Blue Duck Tavern (4.5) - Blue Duck Tavern is located within the Park Hyatt in the downtown area and serves American cuisine using traditional methods such as roasting and braising…Read More

4. Peking Gourmet Inn (4.5) - This authentic Chinese restaurant features northern Chinese cuisine with fresh ingredients and Peking duck as the specialty…Read More

5. West End Bistro (4.45) - There were some other seafood items on the menu that caught our eyes, such as the grilled octopus and of course, the mussels…Read More

6. Tony and Joe's Seafood (4.35) - Tony & Joe’s located at the Georgetown Waterfront serves tempting dishes such as Maryland crabcakes, fresh lobster and shrimp scampi…Read More

7. Chesapeake Room (4.3) - Chesapeake Room brings an organic, sustainable and free range dining experience while highlighting a passion for all that our beautiful Mid-Atlantic waters has to offer…Read More

8. Policy (4.3) - No one cuisine is prominent, rather a fusion of flavors collected and presented as trendy tastes to be shared and chatted over…Read More

9. Greek Deli (4.3) - Serving fresh, authentic Mediterranean and Greek cuisine, the Greek Deli is sure to please…Read More

10. BLT Steak (4.25) - The menu showcases raw bar selections, the chef's signature warm popovers, and top-notch steak and fish which are complemented by a selection of sauces like Peppercorn or Red Wine and satisfying sides...Read More

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