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It’s been more than two years since Ann Cashion and John Fulchino sold Cashion’s Eat Place to long-time sous chef John Manolatos, who promised to uphold the standards of the beloved Adams Morgan eatery. Manolatos and his partners even said as much on their Web site.

Restaurant Rater dcdiner, however, isn’t buying it. Take a look at this brutal assessment:

The reviews here are very old, when Cashion’s was in fact a wonderful restaurant that I visited frequently. Things have gone downhill dramatically.

In fact, the departure of Ann Cashion has had disasterous consequences. I had a Sunday brunch there on 01/10/2010. The food was pedestrian at best – tasteless scrambled eggs and boring potatoes. We could have eaten at any number of nearby (cheaper) diners and had much better food at less cost. On top of that the waitress, without the slightest hint of concern, announced there was no bread because of “delivery problems”. Sorry, at a place like that you expect some wonderful muffins or rolls at brunch, not a surly waitress announcing “tough luck”.

DON’T WASTE YOUR MONEY – my once favorite restaurant is long gone, and the current management, made aware of these issues, made it clear they’re not interested. ANN CASHION – WHY ARE YOU ALLOWING YOUR NAME TO STILL BE USED BY THIS POOR EXCUSE FOR “FINE DINING”?

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Photo courtesy of Cashion’s