Category Archives: Regional

Fosters: On Every Durham Trip

Rachel and I both ventured down to Durham this past weekend — for separate reasons, but we drove together, which is way more fun than 4.5 hours alone each way. No trip to D-town is complete without a stop at … Continue reading

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A Little Taste of the Bayou

Claudia over at Brunch and the City is making a list of D.C. donut spots, and when I expressed my love of all kinds of fried dough, she asked if I would be interested in checking out the beignets at … Continue reading

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A Valentine’s Break from Brunch

While some of you may opt for a lovely Valentine’s Day brunch with your best gal pals or your number one lady/gentleman, I imagine that more will opt for a dinner outing for the upcoming holiday. Personally, I’m more of … Continue reading

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Celebrating Peanut Butter

Jan. 24 was National Peanut Butter Day, and Ladies Who Brunch (ok, I) feel this is absolutely worth celebrating. Peanut butter is not only an integral part of an American kids’ diet and a pantry staple, but also a great … Continue reading

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This Weekend: Underground Farmers Market

To all of you who love homemade and local products for your brunch cooking and other kitchen adventures, make sure to check out the DC Grey Farmers Market this Sunday. It’s a private membership thing (no cost to sign up, … Continue reading

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A Little Southern Flavor: Eatonville

I love Southern food. Not the Paula Deen butter-laden mess, but real, made-with-love Southern goodness. Eatonville, north of U St, is all about just that. Fried chicken, bourbon BBQ and catfish and grits can be found on their lunch/dinner menu, … Continue reading

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Brunch at the Beach

After Monday night’s ice storm, it seems like summer and beach weather will never come. While January might not really be the most apt time to think about a trip to the beach, just because the weather is cold doesn’t … Continue reading

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San Francisco Ski Lodge

So I guess this could be considered another example of my failings as a blogger because 1. I can’t find my camera cord to upload the photos of the awesome decor/vibe from my recent brunch and 2. I was so … Continue reading

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DIY Chicken & Waffles

Ever since discovering chicken and waffles at Birch and Barley in June, I’ve been on a mission to track down DC’s best take on this classic southern dish. Thus far, that first bite is still the winner–beating out the chicken … Continue reading

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Crepes Galore

14th Street has a new early morning/late night/every-time-in-between brunch spot: Point Chaud Creperie. This small, casual neighborhood spot opened in early June, and I’ve been meaning to check it out since then (so much going on in my neighborhood, it’s … Continue reading

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