Recommendable Edibles


Washington D.C.

D.C. Revisited: Sardi’s Pollo a la Brasa

Location: 8643 Sudley Road Mannasas, VA 20110

Oh Sardi’s, how I love you so. my roommate had previously done a trip to the DC area and when she came home she was raving about Sardi’s. So I mean, how could I not check this place out while I was in town?!

I met up with a friend from the area and we headed over. The line was pretty long, but we were able look at the menu and finally decided to split their charbroiled chicken, plantains, and fried yucca. Ambitiously we ordered an entire chicken, but better more than less right? Continue reading “D.C. Revisited: Sardi’s Pollo a la Brasa”


D.C. Revisited: City Tap House DC

Location: 901 9th Street Washington, DC 20001

After a long night and a lazy morning, brunch was the perfect weekend meal option. I may have said this one or fifty times, but I love brunch!

Since I was staying in the city, the best option was to find a place close to my hotel to grab some delicious food. I found a place right next door called City Tap House and they had a brunch menu. I was sold! Continue reading “D.C. Revisited: City Tap House DC”

D.C. Revisited: Luke’s Lobster

Location: 7129 Bethesda Lane Bethesda, MD 20814 (Multiple locations nationwide)

So I want to preface this post by saying that yes, I understand that Luke’s Lobster is a chain, it’s highly likely there is one near you. I also understand that this is not a Central Florida eat, but hey, Floridians get to vacation too!!

With that out of the way, let’s get to the food. The day was perfect for some casual seafood dining. It was a sunny Saturday, I was on vacation, and I was hungry. All conducive to eating well!

Continue reading “D.C. Revisited: Luke’s Lobster”

D.C. Edition: Birch and Barley

Location: 1337 14th St NW Washington D.C., 20005

I started strong with the D.C. food scene and I wasn’t ready to end it. The next night, I was with a different best friend and he had some good food in mind. We were staying in a touristy part of town, but we made our way to a local place called Birch and Barley. It’s the bar above its sister restaurant, Churchkey (which our unplanned selves did not make reservations for!), but serves a lot of the same menu items as downstairs. Continue reading “D.C. Edition: Birch and Barley”

D.C. Edition: Busboys and Poets

Location: 2021 14th Street NW Washington D.C., 20009

As you have probably guessed by the title, Busboys and Poets is not a Central Florida eat, but bear with me. My logic? As Floridians stuck in a tourist destination, we at times like to take the occasional trip ourselves to play the tourist. Enter Washington D.C. and the deliciousness that is Busboys and Poets into my life. Continue reading “D.C. Edition: Busboys and Poets”

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