I had one when I visited one of my friend's there last spring. It was pretty gross, then again we Chicagoans aren't used to being able to fold pizza and can be pizza snobs.
Quote...If you come to the DC from Chicago, I suggest you learn how to cook. There are very few good restaurants in the District...QuoteWhat are you talking about! There are SO many great restaurants in DC! You just have to be willing to spend the $$ to eat it.
What are you talking about! There are SO many great restaurants in DC! You just have to be willing to spend the $$ to eat it.
Quote from: SuperMoni on February 24, 2005, 07:17:29 PMWhat are you talking about! There are SO many great restaurants in DC! You just have to be willing to spend the $$ to eat it. There are a few gems, but overall the food is not comparable to other major cities. The produce and meat is not fresh. I think this is an East Coast thing, 9 out of 10 waiters suck. BTW, there is a great Korean BBQ resturaunt by Pentagon City, amazing food, good service.I think its a "I hate DC week" for me. it was so nice and sunny last week and then snowed today, what the hell? DC is really a great city and perfect for anyone between 21 and 28. Quote
Woolae OakI just looked on their website and they are moving to Tyson's Corner.http://www.woolaeoak.comIf you have never had Korean BBQ its quite an experience.
Sure, you can spend money and eat OK, but we're talking about a lot of money. I usually eat out about 5 times a week, and I am not going to drop $50 each of these times on dinner. Especially when the dinner is only worth $20 in any normal priced city...For example, if you're in Chicago you can get great Italian, Greek, Thai, Chinese, American, Mexican (huge burritos as well) cuisine all in the price range of $7-15. You cannot do this in the DC in my opinion...