Here’s everything you need to know about the outrageously popular Cherry Blossom Pub in Shaw, which is open through mid-April.
The Pop Up is back! If you missed out on Miracle on 7th Street’s Christmas Bar, check out the Cherry Blossom Pub by Derek Brown. This time the bartender sorcerer is honoring DC’s Cherry Blossom obsession by filling Mockingbird Hill and Southern Efficiency with cherry blossom/Japanese-themed décor and drinks (aka MARIO!).
The blossoms are in PEAK BLOOM, PEOPLE! It's time to join the hype and get your butts to the District! While you're here, check out some of my favorite spots for dranks and snacks! Take me along on your cherry blossom culinary adventures by using #hangrydistrict! xoxo
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My favorite thing to do is eat. I can't deny it - I have the most fun when I'm discovering new tastes and textures. Do you know where the best place to go is to eat the maximum amount of delicious, local, artisanal products? Union. Market. This place is a place of wonder - featuring products from the depths of the sea to the vast skies above. I tried really hard to eat something from each vendor, but I would've been dragged out by hangry boyfriend and that is only acceptable in the comfort of my own home.
I'm always on the prowl for new tasty restaurants in the DC area and fun events to explore on the weekends with my family and friends. Check out some of my favorite things to do and places to eat and try them for yourself this weekend and share with me at #hangrydistrict!
I had the pleasure of visiting Whitmore Farm last week to see one of my favorite farmers, William Morrow. I've known Will since I was 19 and just getting my feet wet in the sustainable agriculture and farming/food world. Enjoy the tour of his amazing farm with me through these photos. Happy Friday!
Hangry District went to China and ate as much as I possibly could -- in order to report back with the best possible knowledge of local cuisine. I hope you enjoy reading about my culinary travels in China. It was such an amazing trip and we were treated like royalty. If you have any questions or want to know more, just leave a comment below! Stay tuned for Part Two with more about our non-eating adventures and tips on traveling internationally! Xiéxié!