As soon as we booked our flight to DC I started looking for places to eat. At the top of my list was the iconic Ben’s Chili Bowl. During our first four days in the city we did not get anywhere near the restaurant
Our last day in the nation’s capital kicked off with a meal at the Tune Inn. Miss Julia and I made the short cab ride over to 331 Pennsylvania Ave SE
With a tour of the Capitol scheduled for early afternoon we decided to eat lunch on the Hill. A short cab ride deposited us at 305 Pennsylvania Ave, SE in front of We, the Pizza
I opened my eyes and stared at the ceiling of the hotel room. In my early morning pre-coffee grogginess one thought immediately entered my mind, homemade pop tarts
Riding in the back seat of our friends’ SUV all I wanted was a cold beer and something to eat. We were all hot, tired and sweaty after a day of wandering the grounds of Mt. Vernon
On the ground floor of the swanky Liaison Hotel sits Art and Soul. The restaurant is owned by FSU alumnus, and Hamilton County native Art Smith
Summer concluded with a family vacation to Washington, DC. The kids were exited about the hotel pool. Becky could not wait to see historic landmarks. I was giddy with the prospect of eating my way thought our nation’s capital.