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Ching Ching Cha: Georgetown’s Tea Oasis

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I don’t think Ching Ching Cha has a suggestion box, but if they did, my recommendation would be to improve the lighting. That’s it, that’s my suggestion. Aside from that, the Georgetown tea house is charming and quite unique. It feels like a peaceful oasis […]

Dinner at Farmers Fishers Bakers

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In preparation for this past Academy Awards show, I watched all nine nominated films for Best Picture. With the exception of Zero Dark Thirty, Amour, and possibly Argo, most of the films fell into my “good, not great” category. Skillful filmmaking all around, but each […]

Three Brunches, Three Sighs of Contentment

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There’s no deep mystery behind the formula for a successful brunch. Basically, you want to offer a breakfast option, such as eggs, provide enough food to tide us over until dinner (it is breakfast and lunch after all), and serve everything up in a comfortable, casual […]

I Kinda Like Georgetown. There, I Said It. (Dinner at Little Viet Garden.)

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Bostonians avoid Faneuil Hall, San Franciscans mock Fisherman’s Wharf, and when was the last time a New Yorker hung out in Times Square? For Washingtonians, there’s Georgetown. Tourists flock there — case in point the line at Georgetown Cupcake — but most DC residents I […]

VIDEO: A Chocolate Life — J. Chocolatier

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Across from Georgetown Cupcake on the other side of M St., sits the chocolate shop J. Chocolatier. It’s a wonderfully cozy little shop, with exposed brick, beautiful chocolates perched in glass displays, and soft lighting. The weather around DC appears to have gone south in […]