Georgetown Wing Co. soft-opens in Georgetown this week

Georgetown Wing Co. had its soft opening this Sunday on the second level of 3291 M Street above Crêpe Amour, and it looks like all are welcome. Commence the great wing wars of Georgetown! But not really. Glancing… Read More

Morso set to open this Thursday

Morso, Georgetown’s newest Mediterranean restaurant, is finally set to open tomorrow at 5 p.m. Located at 3277 M St., Morso will specialize in small Turkish plates, such as flatbreads, wraps, and mezes. Last April, the Voice reviewed Morso,… Read More

Moby Dick expanding its current location

Does Herman Melville have anything to do with kabob and hummus? Vox doesn’t recognize the relationship but that hasn’t stopped Moby Dick House of Kabob. Moby Dicks Georgetown location—1070 31st Street NW—will be expanding in the coming week…. Read More

Top Chef‘s Spike Mendelsohn may expand Good Stuff Eatery to Georgetown

Serving up hand-cut fries, mouth-watering burgers, and handspun milkshakes, which sound amazing even though we don’t even know what that means, Good Stuff Eatery, which Top Chef alum Spike Mendelsohn opened in 2008, indubitably lives up to its… Read More

Review: Morso Express’s so-so debut

Despite its 2 a.m. closing time, if you’re looking for another late-night hotspot for drunken food binges and shouted conversations, the recently-opened Morso Express isn’t it. Nestled in a sliver of real estate along on M St. near… Read More

Seven Georgetown-area restaurants cited as medium-risk health code violators in 2009

Yesterday, we cataloged the health violations of four Georgetown-area food establishments that had been pegged as “high-risk” by the Health and Regulations Licensing Administration within the last year or so—Leo’s, Epicurean & Co., The Tombs, and Bangkok Bistro…. Read More

Epicurean, Leo’s, The Tombs, and Bangkok Bistro were high-risk violators of D.C. health code in 2009

A couple of weeks ago, Vox got the Freedom of Information Act itch and decided to FOIA the Food Establishment Inspection Reports of some local restaurants. We obtained the two most recent health inspection reports from the D.C…. Read More

Student finds hardware in her fried rice at Leo’s

When Julie Patterson (COL ’12) bit down on something hard mixed in with her fried rice at Leo’s on Thursday night, she figured it was a bone—it wasn’t. “It was so disgusting …  I realized it was round… Read More

Ristorante Piccolo to reopen in 2010

Ristorante Piccolo after the October 2008 fire The cozy date night favorite of yesteryear Ristorante Piccolo, which a two-alarm fire virtually destroyed last fall, is set to reopen in 2010 according to We Love DC. “[A]ccording to a recently… Read More

Snow Survival Guide: Who’s Delivering in Georgetown

Blizzards can be hard on your stomach. Vittles is out of the good sandwiches, and some restaurants won’t deliver. Fortunately, the following restaurants are committed to making sure Georgetown students don’t go Donner Party: Philly Pizza (202-333-0100)-Drunk food… Read More