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    Welcome!

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    Is that the place known for its chicken and waffles?

    Quote Originally Posted by WildBoar View Post
    Alexandria here. Welcome!

    ...and make sure you visit tkern at Art & Soul on Capitol Hill!

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    I'm in MoCo, too!

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    Montgomery County here - work downtown every day. Welcome to the forum fellow DMV member!

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    Quote Originally Posted by toddnmd View Post
    Is that the place known for its chicken and waffles?
    They're good, but we have much better food than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildBoar View Post
    Alexandria here. Welcome!

    ...and make sure you visit tkern at Art & Soul on Capitol Hill!
    I was looking at eating there the last time I was in DC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    I was looking at eating there the last time I was in DC.

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    you should have. Two people that like knives, good food, and the Minnesota Vikings in one room? What can go wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkern View Post
    you should have. Two people that like knives, good food, and the Minnesota Vikings in one room? What can go wrong?
    Other than QB Christian Ponder sucking it up...nothing.

    There is a chance I will be moving back in the area in the next couple of years. The job search right now is in Minneapolis, DC area, and Portland ME.

    k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tkern View Post
    They're good, but we have much better food than that.
    Fair enough. What do you think are your best three (or so) dishes?

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    A&S's shrimp and grits is as close to an IPR as you can get.

    Their house-made charcuterie platters are awesome, especially w/ the grilled bread.

    Desserts are different, and really good.
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    whats IPR?

    Our charcuterie is real good. Got a couple hog legs hanging since last year. Some chorizos, pepperone, coppas, lomo, guanciale. A fair amount of duck rillette, pork pates.

    We're closed for renovations right now, reopening on the 19th with a new menu. Our dishes change fairly often based on whats good from the farmers we're working with. The round I'm looking forward to a braised short rib served with a split marrow bone. A confit duck cassoulet w/ toulouse sausage, and a sunny side up duck egg w/ a pig head croquette.

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