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As Tim Carman has reported, M’Dawg Haute Dogs, a hot-dog lover’s dream and the latest entry on the Adams Morgan food scene, had a soft opening Tuesday.
And the establishment—a joint venture of David Greggory chef Greggory Hill and Amsterdam Falafelshop owners Scott and Arianne Bennett—has already been evaluated by a member of the Beltway’s most discriminating corps of food critics: Washington City Paper‘s Restaurant Raters.
According to the opening-day dispatcher, the “Chubby” half-smoke (which the rater tricked out with various condiments) is “YUMMY!” and the eatery’s interior “very chic-comfy-casual.”
Care to chime in? You can file a review (or, if you haven’t done so already, sign up to become a Restaurant Rater) here.
CORRECTION: Due to a reporting error by Joe Dempsey, the original version of this post incorrectly stated that M’Dawg Haute Dogs held its soft opening on Wednesday, February 14. The date of the soft opening was Tuesday, February 13.