Our network

Restaurants

Frozen Yo Opening Across From the National Zoo in Woodley Park, Offers Pay-Per-Ounce System

(Woodley Park, DC)---Frozen Yo is moving in across from the National Zoo in Woodley Park.  Frozen Yo, which currently has locations in Friendship Heights, Downtown, and Columbia Heights, seems to be expanding rapidly.

In addition to opening a Frozen Yo at the Zoo, the yogurt shop is also working on stores at 1900 M Street, on Eye Street next to the Farragut West Metro, as well as several locations in Virginia and Maryland.

Are you a Frozen Yogurt Lover?  Check out other WUSA9 fro-yo stories!

Perrys Restaurant in Adams Morgan Cooking Up Thanksgiving Feast

This tasty, Thanksgiving possibility comes to us from Perrys Restaurant on Columbia Road in Adams Morgan:

Relax this Thanksgiving and watch the parade, catch football games, and enjoy time with your family instead of sweating in the kitchen by bringing home a Perrys gourmet Thanksgiving feast. Chef Mark Furstenberg and Perrys Chef Robert Dalliah (formally of Marvelous Market, The BreadLine, Praline, and Buck's) will be working magic in the kitchen all week so you don't have to, with an exclusive BloomSpot dinner package ready for you to pick up on Wednesday, November 24th.

Perrys provides everything you need for a traditional Thanksgiving feast, from side dishes like brussel sprouts and sweet potatoes, to a perfectly roasted turkey with homemade gravy, to a sweet and spicy pumpkin pie finish. 

Whether you are feeding a family of five or entertaining forty of your closest friends, Perrys fills your table with a cornucopia of delicious food.

Top Chefs Cooking at Eatonville

Check out Metromix's story about this tasty event taking place this evening at Eatonville on 14th Street:

"Make Your Food Better, And People Will Come To You": The Great D.C. Food Truck Debate

It’s unbelievable to think that just a few years ago the D.C. food truck scene consisted of nothing more than those standard hot dog/pretzel vendors that prey on tourists by the National Mall. 

You know the trucks I’m talking about…the ones that are all painted that exact same yellowish color and have that same generic cartoon soft pretzel icon that looks ten times better than the one you end up purchasing.

How times have changed.

The D.C. food truck scene has absolutely exploded in the past year, featuring an emergence of creative, multi-cultural cuisine at affordable prices.  From Asian to Latin American, from Indian to Ethiopian, virtually every type of food is represented and can now be found on the streets of Downtown D.C.  The scary thing for restaurants is that the streetcar fare is actually good now…really good.  So good, in fact, that they might actually be stealing some of the old establishment’s lunch crowd.

Full Circle Evening: Dinner with Chef Robert Wiedmaier

Café Dupont and Bar Dupont to Offer Guests a Few Thrills this Halloween

Looking for something fun to do in Dupont on Halloween?  Check out what Café Dupont and Bar Dupont are doing in this story sent to us by Lisa Pinghera:

Café Dupont and Bar Dupont, located in The Dupont Hotel, are spicing things up this All Hallows Night with a few tricks, treats and a contest for guests of all ages. On Sunday, October 31st, Café Dupont will be starting off the day with Sunday Brunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.  After brunch, patrons can enter a Pumpkin Carving contest for the chance to win a Café Dupont gift certificate.  Starting at 2:15 p.m., contestants will have 30 minutes to carve their best jack-o-lantern.  Pumpkins and carving tools will be provided by the restaurant and those who wish to participate can sign up prior to or the day of the event, but space is limited. 

Bourbon Steak Unveils New Fall Cocktail Menu

This story was sent to us by Amber Pfau:

Bourbon Steak located at the Four Seasons Hotel in Georgetown, has just launched a new cocktail fall list with a tempting medley of classic, specialty and hot cocktails to carry guests through the varied temperatures in Autumn.