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The Inn Beats Komi; DGS Offering Super Bowl Menu

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

THE CRITICSIn his weekly chat, Todd Kliman talks about why The Inn at Little Washington usurped Komi for the #1 spot in the Very Best Restaurants issue. Komi had some issues with pacing and pasta, while at the Inn there was "flawless service — warm, funny, smart and just the right amount of attentive. And nearly every dish from a cold lobster with citrus and sake gelee to a butter pecan ice cream sandwich was not only terrific, but also memorable." The list goes online Feb. 19. [Washingtonian]

DUPONT CIRCLE— Does corned beef and pastrami sound like prime Super Bowl food? DGS is catering the event with those offerings, plus chopped liver, potato salad and pickles. Deadline for orders is tomorrow. [EaterWire]

WOODLEY PARK— When The Rammys, the industry's restaurant awards, come around this June, the theme will be "Restaurants in Bloom." Not as much potential for participatory costumes, compared to last year's "hats," but hey. [EaterWire]

LIQUOR WIRE— Leesburg distillery Catoctin Creek has expanded its reach to Pennsylvania. [WBJ]

DGS Delicatessen

1317 Connecticut Avenue Northwest, , DC 20036 (202) 293-4400 Visit Website


1509 17th Street Northwest, , DC 20036 (202) 332-9200 Visit Website

The Inn at Little Washington

309 Middle Street, , VA 22747 (540) 675-3800 Visit Website