Today is World Fisheries Day and the United States sets global standards for sustainable fishing, and that's something to celebrate. That's why we're featuring local fish from well managed fisheries that always keep us in constant supply.
Pictured with fishmonger Yusef, our latest Fluke are caught off NC and VA...we often receive hirame quality Fluke that is perfect for sushi applications.
The wild Sea Bream, or Porgy, caught off RI and NJ, has a a mild, sweet flavor and is a perfect choice for whole fish presentation.
The Black Sea Bass, caught off VA, NC, and MD is actually related to the Grouper. It may also be prepared whole and is popular in Chinese cuisine, pairing well with flavors like hoisin and ginger. Check out our Jumbo Black Sea Bass on special tonight!
$3 HAPPY HOUR! Come in and show this post to get Free Fries with any purchase 🍟
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It's Thursday and we know you must be parched 😅! What better way to quench your thirst than with one of our amazing cocktails! 🙌🏽
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Still need a recipe to impress your relatives next week? Check out the link in our bio for an 🍌a-peel-ing 🍌 banana bread recipe! 📸: @scottsuchman
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Every day we take hundreds of decisions. As an example, right now, you decided to read this note. The purpose of this post is to show how your small everyday choices impact nature and how we all can do better.
In the US by itself, 500 million straws are used daily, and your one will be counted. We understand straws are a drop in plastic pandemic issues. However, you can start saving our planet today by making own decisions not to use a plastic straw.
What are the solutions? - refuse straw; - paper straws;
- compostable plastic or acrylic straws;
- reusable straws (glass or metal); - have your own;
Unfortunately, all the options above have issues.
We recommend making your choice aside PLANT-BASED straws (wheat, hay, rye, bamboo or reed).
Here are whys: - to produce them not much energy required. As a result, less/no greenhouse gases are emitted during the production; - plants are self-regenerated, no harm for phyto-environment; - 100% compostable, they will decompose anyway in 3-6 weeks.
1. They are stronger than hay, wheat, or rye and don't become soggy after certain tyme being in a beverage.
2. They are suitable for cold and hot drinks;
3. Reed is wider than other plants used for straws. This feature makes them useful for juices, smoothies, shakes, and thicker drinks.
4. Reed has a lighter color and finish products, straws, look clean and classy.
Who doesn’t love a good open faced wrap? 🌯 Pictured here is our lamb wrap with spicy feta and the usual red onions, tomatoes and fries! 🍟
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Enjoy a selection of ciders from more than 10 Virginia cideries at the Alexandria Cider Festival this Saturday. Held at the Office of Historic Alexandria, each ticket includes tastings, a souvenir glass, live music, and fun fall activities. Dress for the weather – this event is outdoors!
Had to clean out the fridge before we brocco-leave for Thanksgiving! Fridge dump meal featuring: roasted broccoli + @traderjoes brussel sprouts & caramelized onion ravioli topped with mushrooms and @smithmeadowsfarm sausage! All topped with TJs chili onion crunch 😋
Who says ice cream is just for the summer? 🍦 With @icecreamjubilee's fall flavors like Maple Rye Pecan (seen above), Apple Butter Oatmeal Cookie, Sweet Potato Molasses Candy, and Whiskey Toasted Marshmallow, we'll be having ice cream for dessert every day! #TheYardsDC
Albert Bichot Bourgogne Villes Vignes de Chardonnay 2017 with grapes harvested somewhere within Burgundy comes from old vines. It is off-dry with medium plus body and medium acidity with a medium finish and intense fruitiness. You get lemon, pear, butter, vanilla and honey on both the nose and palate. Pair it with goat empanadas to allow the acid to cut through the creamy content of the empanada. @littlegoatdiner