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INSOMNIA COOKIES

Insomnia Cookies Opening Location in Georgetown

In 2003, Seth Berkowitz, then a University of Pennsylvania student, had an idea: He wanted to find a way to satisfy college students’ late-night cravings for something sweet. He began to bake cookies in his own college dormitory, delivering them to fellow students in the area — and unlike most[Read More…]

by July 3, 2017 0 comments Food & Drink, Guide - Top, The Guide
Chocolate Eclair at Filomena

A Taste of Sweet Decadence

I have long prided myself on being immune to the temptation of desserts. In fact, when I have reiterated to my friends that I do not have a sweet tooth, I have always been filled with a strange sense of accomplishment when they stared at me, eyes wide open, and[Read More…]

by August 6, 2014 0 comments Guide - Top, Guide Columns
Desserts

Desserts

Pitango 1451 P St. NW $$$$ Sourcing ingredients from family farms, the product atPitango Gelato is not your average ice cream. Traditional flavors like gianduja (chocolate hazelnut), stracciatella(vanilla with chocolate chips) and pistachio keep customers flowing through the doors, although crema is a must-try. New flavors, like black tea, constantly appear on the menu. Try the affogato:[Read More…]

by November 2, 2013 0 comments Food & Drink, The Guide
Desserts

Desserts

  Macaron Bee | 1669 Wisconsin Ave. NW   Serving up sweets just as cute as its name, Macaron Bee is located in an adorable yellow house on the north side of Wisconsin Avenue. This boutique, operated by a husband and wife team of bakers, sells a variety of colorful, gluten-free macarons — French confections similar[Read More…]

by February 1, 2013 0 comments The Guide
Desserts

Desserts

Macaron Bee | 1669 Wisconsin Ave. NW Serving up sweets just as cute as its name, Macaron Bee is located in an adorable yellow house on the north side of Wisconsin Avenue. This boutique, operated by a husband and wife team of bakers, sells a variety of colorful, gluten-free macarons — French confections similar in size[Read More…]

by February 1, 2013 0 comments The Guide

Scrumptious Sundaes Are No Accident

Isn’t it a little fabricated that such a “happy accident,” like Serendipity 3, was purposely built in D.C.? Following its two predecessors in New York and Las Vegas, Serendipity 3 opened up on M Street last May. The original restaurant welcomed customers for the first time in 1954 in the heart[Read More…]

by February 24, 2012 0 comments The Guide