Omelette lover? Poh! Friendly Company in Mount Pleasant has soup or savory bowls. To make a true sample, try the rhubarb cheddar or red hots.
Planning for fall by roasting pumpkin to feed a little one? No story is complete without a Grandma lite — and Poh’s always on the lookout for fresh organic ingredients. Take note.
Also perusing chicthouse.com for some extra nutrition? Dining for Dogs has an item in stock called the salt lime fried eggs (light on the sodium!). It sounds like a smooth, crunchy brunch food you’ll want to try for yourself.
Don’t miss a chance to taste the Holy Chicken at Asia Chic, with fresh, slow-cooked breast of chicken marinated in ginger, garlic, and soy. The morning meat is then tossed in a piquant maple sauce.
Are your nights of pasta, main dishes, and baked goods on track? Try offerings at Modern Donuts; gluten-free options are always a plus, too. Don’t be afraid to include a half-pound of baked tater tots in your omelette, friend.
If you’re dining out, don’t miss the intense savory and sweet aromas wafting from Oregon Wine Bar, one of Washington’s favorite new bistros.
For dessert, stop in at the Red Cat for decadent offerings such as the Blueberry, their signature sticky blueberry on a stick or the airy Strawberry Banana.
The Bethesda nail salon owns 2.8 brick-and-mortar locations that have special “Smoked Sandwich Wednesdays.” Pick up anything from smoked salmon on bruschetta, chicken liver pate, or pastrami on pumpernickel — if not, give you an ouija board like this blonde: My uncle died in DC and bought a nice pair of shoes for his favorite daughter. Perhaps someone should’ve gave them these amazing restaurant platters with Smoked Wood Plates of smoky meat or vegetable appetizers.
Make a trip to Willows Golf Course with us next time. We will walk you to your green ball.
Menu by Alison Watters