Friday, November 10, 2017

Himitsu

Himitsu is a Japanese-inspired restaurant combining freshness, acidity and herbs, leaning heavily on Latin American and Southeast Asian flavor profiles. Reservations are not accepted in this tiny 24-seat restaurant, so be prepared to wait in line.  Seating is based on a first-come, first serve basis, for parties of 4 or less.  They will also take names and numbers and send a text when your table is ready. Closest Metro is Petworth.

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Kith and Kin

Kith and Kin is an upscale casual dining restaurant at InterContinental Washington D.C - The Wharf. Kith and Kin is inspired by Chef Kwame Onwuachi's cultural roots and fond memories of cooking with family. Celebrating his heritage ranging from Nigeria and Jamaica, to West Africa and the Caribbean, to New Orleans and New York, Chef Kwame finds his culinary impetus in everywhere he's from, everywhere he's been, and the influence of those who know him best. While dining over beautifully designed dishes, paired with hand-crafted cocktails, enjoy scenic views of the Washington Channel and create your memories with your own kith and kin (family and friends).  Closest Metro is L'enfant Plaza.

Friday, October 27, 2017

Sushi Hachi

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An amalgamation of traditional Japanese nigiri and simple, yet modern temaki (hand rolls), Sushi Hachi is the newest sushi restaurant located in Barracks Row on 8th Street SE.  The name Hachi comes from the Japanese word for the number 8, which conveniently doubles as a hint to the neighborhood they are located in. Sushi Hachi uses the freshest ingredients to create sushi as it was meant to be and features an 8 course omakase (chef's choice) meal for $65 that we tried during it's soft opening week.  Closest Metro is Eastern Market.
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