• Tom Sietsema discovers that the husband-and-wife team behind the now-closed Nirvana on K Street NW has resurfaced in the belly of the International Square food court. [WaPo]
  • Todd Kliman on Evo in McLean: It’s a “a quiet gem of a place…The croquettas, in particular, make up one of the best small plates you’re going to find in the region. Lightly bound, intensely flavorful, beautifully fried.” [Washingtonian]
  • RAMW’s Lynne Breaux on D.C.’s restaurant scene taking more of an interest in neighborhoods east of the Anacostia River: “I certainly hope so. I think so. I mean, I don’t know, but there is talk. It’s so close to the Capitol that it does make sense.” [WaPo]
  • Esquire says D.C. is a good food town. Thanks for noticing! But really, Houston has better food than D.C.? [DCist]