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
Just a taste
Feast and Famine: One Thousand Years of Russian Food, a Humanities Center talk by Darra Goldstein Wednesday, Oct. 29, 7:30 p.m. Reception to follow. Humanities Center Trinity 100 Chico State 898-5351 The mid-1960s Midwestern neighbors of famille Bourride weren't exactly sophistiqu when it came to food, lutefisk and walleye pudding the apogees of their cultural cuisine.
Thunderbird kitchen picks up Bluebeard's Whitmoyer
Holy crap and a half, we are excited to see what Thunderbird's new kitchen staff is going to be putting out with new kitchen manager Andrew Whitmoyer of Bluebeard, who will be managing under "consulting chef" Carlos Salazar, who put Rook on the map for outstanding Asian dishes. We'll get down there to review the new menu as soon as its finalized on November 4th.
Crackdown on Raw-Milk Machines Steams Fans
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Chipotle, Slow Food USA support school gardens in new partnership
Fast food met slow food at the Chipotle test kitchen on Oct. 7 to celebrate Chipotle and Slow Food USA's Oct. 8 announcement of their new partnership. The partnership allows Slow Food USA to expand its School Gardens endeavor, in which it creates gardens for school communities to teach young children about the origins of their food.
Teens growing, cooking, celebrating local vegetables at Cleveland events
The most daring kitchen pro might be daunted by such a mash-up of vibrant resources: Cartons of fresh vegetables grown by students, dozens of young folks chopping alongside professional chefs, performances of gardening hip-hop music , and a competition to see who can cook up the best dish. A talk with Honest'ee Summer and Narvell Johnson at their growing spaces in Cleveland Botanical Gardens Midtown location, Sept.
In a world dominated by fast food, slowing down to savor, taste, and appreciate the story behind a meal is a precious thing. For nearly three decades, Slow Food International has led the movement for traditional, local, sustainable, and "slow" foods.
Salt Market 2014: Celebrating Art in Syracuse
More than 50 artists showcased their work at the six annual Salt Market in SKY Armory on Saturday. In a warehouse with Christmas lights strung from the ceiling, the crafters and designers sold their prints, knits, and jewelry amidst fresh scones and espresso.
Locavore foodie world mourns loss of Homegrown biodynamic farmer KK Haspel
Excerpts from The Hamptons & Long Island Homegrown Cookbook photo shoot with KK Haspel - inspired grower with Frisky Oyster chef, Robby Beaver It was last week while reading Edible East End magazine photographer Lindsay Morris's Instagram post that this Examiner first learned the surprising and sad news that KK Haspel had died. KK was the quintessential Mother Nature archetype and her legion of devoted fans included chefs, bakers, sustainable, organic and biodynamic growers, edible schoolyard growers and students, farm-to-table enthusiasts, parents, backyard gardeners, cooks.