Dining

Restaurant review: Faz Cuisine

I grabbed lunch with a friend this week at the new Jefferson and Polk restaurant, located in Casa Fransisco’s former…

Pop culture: New Year’s diets

Pop culture: New Year’s diets

Some 80 million of us go on diets every year, and we spend more than $30 billion annually in the…

Catch the Mavs at Beckley BrewHouse

Unless there are some surreptitious Ravens fans in our midst, I’m guessing it was a pretty glum crowd at Beckley…

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“Mexicans, we believe in soup,”

Restaurant review: Jack’s Backyard

The latest restaurant along Fort Worth Avenue can be hard to locate, but it’s worth finding. The official address is…

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Beckley BrewHouse’s espresso martini is really a meeting of the minds. Ron Wills dreamt of opening a bar, and his wife, Corinna, wanted a coffee shop. “Like many marriages,”

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Crystal chandeliers hang from the ceiling, and the heads of gazelles and deer emerge from the walls (yes, they’re pine-carved instead of stuffed, but still). This upscale-meets-down-home feel is the overall approach to Tillman’s Roadhouse, right down to the menu items. …

Restaurant review: Gloria’s

One of the best things about Gloria’s, the Salvadoran restaurant chain, are the two salsas that diners get with their…

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Nothing about the pink restaurant with blue awning makes it stand out from the auto repair shops and taquerias that pepper this section of Clarendon. What could set it apart from the rest, though, is the heart and soul of owners Samuel and Carolina Garcia, and the fact that this place specializes in Argentinean fare. For the most part, that means adding eggs, usually sunny side up. “Argentineans, they use eggs on everything – the sandwich, the empanadas, the milanesa,”