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Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Three Great Places To Eat In Washington DC Right Now
RED ROCKS FIREBRICK PIZZERIA
1036 Park Road Northwest
Washington D.C., DC 20010
Red Rock, which specializes in firebrick pizza is on the fringes of the ever developing Columbia Heights neighborhood. You can smell the incredible aroma a block away, I couldn’t live near there it would drive me nuts and I would weigh 600 pounds. Every pizza is delicious and unique. The staff is friendly. The small bar is great to hangout and wait for your table. They have Boston Logger on tap. And they have great brunch with eggs, bacon and cheddar cheese all cuddled on top of the slightly sweet pizza dough. YUM!
CORK WINE BAR
1720 14th Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20009
This Washington institution has been going strong for 4 years now and just keeps getting better and better. The wine list is more international. The food is small plates and the crowds have died down just enough that you can actually get a table. They only take reservations for the early part of the evening and if you can snag one of the two tables in the front bay windows, order a Spanish wine and their pan-crisped brioche sandwich, it’s a little bit of heaven. Call me the next time you are going and I will meet you there.
DANGEROUSLY DELICIOUS PIES
1339 H Street Northeast
Washington D.C., 20002
On the ever changing and sometimes too slightly hipster, H street corridor is Dangerously Delicious Pies. Serving both savory and sweet pies and a damm good cup of coffee you will want to try them all. I went with a group of friends and each of us ordered something different and played the game of 'pass the pie'…the coconut chess pie reins supreme. They are open until midnight on the weekends, plenty of time for pie in your face.