Washington Post Magazine 2008 Dining Guide

Thats right folks, the 2008 version of the Dining Guide (courtesy of Tom Sietsema) is out and about! I stole mine from the beau’s newspaper last weekend, but was too busy with the goodness that was “Taste of Georgetown” to read all of it and narrow down the list to restaurants I would like to try. You can see the full online version of the dining guide here.

2008 Dining Guide Restaurants I would go to:
Central Michel Richard ★★★☆
CityZen ★★★★
co co. Sala ★★½☆ (Would like to re-visit)
Comet Ping Pong ★★½☆
Corduroy ★★½☆
Cork (Wine Bar) ★★½☆
Et Voila! ★★½☆
Great Wall Szechuan House ★★☆☆
Inn at Little Washington ★★★★ (This is just an un-realistic hope though)
Majestic ★★½☆
Marcel’s ★★★☆
Marvin ★★½☆ (Only if I were at U-Street already)
Me Jana ★★½☆
Michel Richard Citronelle ★★★☆
Minibar ★★★½
Oyamel ★★½☆
Palena ★★★☆ (Would like to try non-Cafe)
Proof ★★★☆
Rasika ★★★½
Restaurant Eve’s Tasting Room ★★★★
Saigon Cafe ★★☆☆
Sushi-Ko ★★½☆
The Source ★★★☆
2941 ★★★½ (Would like to try the new chef)
Volt ★★½☆

Ratings are based primarily on food quality but take into account service and ambiance. Restaurants that earn no stars are rated poor. * Satisfactory: Restaurants that are useful to know about if you are nearby; they may have only a few dishes or a single quality, such as a view or atmosphere, to distinguish them. ** Good: Restaurants with generally appealing cooking, service and settings; they tend to be worth driving across town for. *** Excellent: Rewarding destinations, no matter where you’re coming from; they typically blend high-quality cooking with the environs. **** Superlative: An unsurpassed dining experience; these restaurants do what they do extraordinarily well.

Other restaurants in this edition of the Washington Post Magazine I would like to go to:
Two Amys (Pizza)
Good Stuff Eatery (Burgers)

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