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Located in the Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria, between Old Town and Crystal City, the Evening Star Cafe is known for exceptional food, friendly but professional service, and an inviting, hip atmosphere.

Both a classic neighborhood restaurant and a destination for diners throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area, the Evening Star features sophisticated and eclectic American food, one of the region's most extensive and best-priced wine lists, and two separate lounges to relax in.

2000 Mount Vernon Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22301
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Mario Batali Cooking Fast and Slow, Brunch at Barchetta and More

The menu will include pumpkin French toast with apple-raisin compote and maple syrup, quiche with fall vegetables, as well as cocktails like a concord grape bellini. And, according to Eric Asimov, Indonesian Food Bazaar When: Tomorrow, 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Where: Masjid al-Hikmah What: Head to the Indonesian Muslim Community in Queens to try the most authentic Indonesian food in the city.



Pork Chops With Maple-Glazed Carrots

Greg Denton and Gabrielle QuiA A3nez Denton of Ox in Portland, Ore., pair juicy grilled pork chops with carrots in a buttery maple-syrup glaze, garnished with creamy goat cheese and toasted pistachios Maple syrup and butter cook down to create a thick, flavorful glaze for the heirloom-variety carrots coming into season now. What They Are Known For: A combination of Argentine-style grill mastery and classical French training.



Keep your food close to home

Community Supported Agriculture has been around for over 25 years. It has been highly effective in providing a direct link between farm fresh produce and consumers; building a stronger connection between farmers and the local community.



Noshing Around

Tucson Originals partnered with Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance and are throwing their yearly culinary must attend event, World Margarita Championship. It's going down Saturday, Oct. 18, 6 p.m. at Plaza Colonial .



Carved competition gets local chefs sharpening their knives

Have you ever found yourself elbow-deep in a half-carved pumpkin, wishing for the knife skills of a chef? Well, I don't have a magic wand that will instantly bestow years' worth of talent on your slimy little hands, but I do know where you can watch some of Charlotte's top culinary professionals battle it out this Sunday for the title of best pumpkin carver in the land. For the second year, the Piedmont Culinary Guild brings us Carved , a massive jack-o'-lantern contest featuring over 25 local chefs playing with knives at the 7th Street Market .



Whata s Happening for Oct. 9, 2014

Sandra Roberts, national sales director for Plumpjack, Cade and Odette Wineries and an LSU graduate, will be a special guest at the Oct. 22 Plumpjack-Cade wine dinner at Juban's Restaurant, 3739 Perkins Road, Baton Rouge. An hors d'oeuvre reception will begin at 6:30 p.m. followed by a five-course dinner at 7 p.m. Chef Joey Daigle's menu will feature fresh Gulf seafood, Creola duck, prime Angus beef and artisan cheeses with six wine pairings by Cade and Plumpjack.



GrowFest at the Fruit And Spice Park in South Miami-Dade supports local food

Ready to boost your gardening knowledge and add to your plant collection? The 3rd annual Redland GrowFest! comes to the Fruit & Spice Park on October 18 & 19, 2014. Visitors will find a bonanza of organic vegetable seedlings to choose from for their home gardens.



20 Korean Foods Added to World Endangered Food List

Slow Food International has added 20 traditional Korean foods to its catalogue called the Ark of Taste, it said on Tuesday. The list now contains a total of 28 traditional Korean dishes.



Moriches Elementary School Garden Group Sows Seeds of Sustainability

October 16, 2014 - The Moriches Elementary School Garden Group, a club consisting of 28 students in third-, fourth- and fifth-grades, are growing a sustainable garden with Master Farmer Jeff Negron of the Joshua Levine Memorial Foundation and Slow Food East End, organizations designed to promote sustainable gardening practices with students on the east end of Long Island. Under Farmer Jeff's guidance, the students planted lettuce and carrot seeds in the new garden located in the school courtyard.