Delving into the Bourbon Shortage, Women in Whiskey, Pappy Van Winkle & Fireball on Eater

There’s been a lot to talk about over at Eater over the past month. Check out a handful of the recent stories I’ve put together for Eater Drinks, touching on a wide range of need to know whiskey topics, including the bourbon shortage (or lack thereof), women involved with whiskey, and the strange coexistence and…

DC Restaurant Buzz: Redwood’s new brunch, Villain & Saint set to open, Biscuit Bash, Cold Ramen at Daikaya

It’s time for the latest edition of the DC Restaurant Buzz. This week, we’ll start out with some big news in Bethesda, before taking a look at everything from the Biscuit Bash to cold ramen dishes at Daikaya to help you combat the (presumably at some point) warmer temperatures of the season. Take a look.

DC Restaurant Buzz: New Brunch at Mango Tree, Jack Rose & Sean Brock Team Up & Much More

In this edition of the DC Restaurant Buzz, we have new brunches, new menus, special charity events, pop-ups, and more. Let’s get started…

Mango Tree: An Exploration from Bangkok to DC

A Tale of Two Mango Trees: Mango Tree DC opened last month in Washington, D.C.’s CityCenter. It’s the first U.S. location of the international Thai chain launched in Bangkok, Thailand in 1994. Having recently spent a month in Thailand, I jumped at the chance to explore the restaurant and its roots more deeply. As such,…

The 2015 Debut of the DC Restaurant Buzz: Dozens of DC Dining Notes & Updates

Man Talk Food has been away for a month, and we definitely have some catching up to do. Of course, we won’t be able to go back and cover everything we missed. Nevertheless, he have an absolutely mammoth round-up here with our 2015 debut of the D.C. Restaurant Buzz. This is a big one, folks.…

Soi 38 Showcasing Authentic, Fresh & Fun Thai Food

Restaurant Review – Soi 38 in Washington, D.C.: Soi 38, on L & 21st St NW, is bringing authentic Thai street food to Washington, D.C. Owners Nat Ongsangkoon and Dia Khanthongthip hail from Bangkok, and named their restaurant for the popular night market in their native city. With additional inspiration from chef Mitchai Pankham, who…