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DC continues to have more and more to offer on the food scene. Of course, this is great for foodies like myself. Today, I’m sharing with you two of my recent dining experiences.


First, a crepe from Point Chaud (12th & G Sts NW). I have walked by this place many times from work and decided to give it a try. I ordered the turkey, cheese and egg crepe. I also had them add spinach. To my surprise when I ordered, they asked if I wanted white or wheat. Naturally, I went with wheat.



The crepe was very tasty. I would have liked the spinach to have been cooked or at least warmed. But it was also blistery cold that morning and I took my crepe to go, so I’m sure that had something to do with the spinach not being warm. But I just put in it the microwave for a free seconds and I was good to go. I will definitely be trying Point Chaud again. I just hope they offer something with bacon soon. 🙂


I also dine for restaurant week at Lincoln. I really enjoyed my dining experience. The food was good, the service was good and I liked the decor. Lincoln serves an American cuisine, small plates style. Many offerings, I would say, are comfort food staples.

My girls and I tried everything on the restaurant week menu. There was pork belly, cheesy broccoli, salmon, lamb and more.


I tried brussels sprouts for the first time. And I was pretty impressed. They were sauteed in olive oil and seasoned with salt and pepper. We also ordered fries, which were yummy and served with three dipping sauces.


I will definitely be going back to Lincoln. Their brunch menu seems delicious and they serve punch bowls…I’m there!

What place do you want to hear about? Think we should try it out? Let us know!

– G