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Cashion’s Debuts a Weekend Tasting Menu

The Adams Morgan eatery will offer a new six-course menu starting this weekend.

Cashion’s: Now with 6-course tasting menu. Photograph Courtesy of Cashion’s via Facebook.

Fans of Cashion’s Eat Place can go for something new on the menu starting this weekend: a six-course tasting from chef John Manolatos, offered for the whole table on Friday and Saturday evenings. The lineup is made up of the toque’s favorite dishes—think fried oysters, tagliatelle with black truffles and bacon, and beef strip loin sauced in mushrooms and Madeira. The Adams Morgan spot has always been a favorite for relaxed yet romantic dining, so if you’re looking to kick things up a notch (the menu is $85 per person; $105 with wine pairings), this should do the trick.

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