All you need is Love… and Good Food: Iron Gate Restaurant

By Caroline Carr The Iron Gate restaurant on N street Northwest between 17th and 18th street Washington, DC is hosting a pop-up bar appropriately named The Tunnel of Love, during the first two weeks of February to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Guests sitting at the bar will see heart shaped decorations, the romantic XO balloons, cardboard Read More …

Don’t be Artichoked by Gross Vegetables: Eat the Roman Fried Artichoke!

By Caroline Carr The Artichoke originating in the Mediterranean region, is commonly used in Italian dishes such as salad, pizza, and pasta. Common preparations of the artichoke include roasted, grilled, pickled, and cooked Jewish-style. Otherwise known as carciofi alla giudia, the Jewish-style artichoke is a staple in Jewish-Roman cuisine. This dish referred to as Jewish-style Read More …

The Famous Magnolia Bakery Settles into Union Station

By Julia Donnelly In the corner of Union Station surrounded by the hustle and bustle, is a sweet treat getaway. The smell of baked goods fills the air. Glass cases are filled with decadent mini cheesecakes, specialty cupcakes, and countless other sweet treats.  Pastry chefs can be seen icing and decorating cupcakes from outside through the Read More …