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Recent Reviews from Washingtonian
Asi Es Mi Tierra: Pass the Ceviche Seafood is the star attraction at this Peruvian restaurant.
Brickside Food & Drink: Look Beyond the Booze Bethesda’s newest sports bar has a booming happy hour, loads of flat-screens—and some surprisingly good food.
Monty’s Steakhouse: Old Meets New Monty’s blends the hallmarks of a modern steakhouse—stark, bright dining room, warm service—with a retro-minded kitchen.
Minibar: Thoroughly Modern José Andrés’s expanded Minibar is more lab than kitchen and more performance art than dinner. It’s wildly expensive and endlessly fascinating.
Taylor Charles Steak & Ice: Doing Philly Proud (Video) The guys behind Taylor Gourmet take on the cheesesteak—and nail it.
Zeïtoon: Just Like Mom Makes What makes the cooking at this Moroccan cafe so good? A trove of family recipes.
Ambar: Toying With Tradition Rustic Balkan specialities—stuffed cabbage, veal stew—get the small-plates treatment at Capitol Hill’s Ambar.
Range: Forget the Food Court With seven open kitchens and a roving candy cart, Bryan Voltaggio’s mall restaurant is a flashy food-lover’s playground.
Wildwood Kitchen: Staying True Robert Wiedmaier’s Bethesda bistro is simple, low-key—and his best place in years.
First Look: Woodward Table and WTF The all-American Woodward Table is Jeffrey Buben’s first new restaurant in 15 years—and his most relaxed.