Post Tagged with: "food"

Food Studies Cluster Approved

Georgetown’s foodies will no longer have to head off campus to get their culinary fix. The university plans to address students’ gastronomic interests through an initiative for a food studies cluster passed Friday to be implemented next semester. The grouping, which is being spearheaded by associate professor of French and Francophone studies[Read More…]

by November 14, 2011 0 comments Campus News

FDA to Fund Drug Research Center at GU

The Food and Drug Administration awarded  a $1 million grant to fund the establishment of a Center of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation at the Georgetown University Medical Center. “CERSI is vitally important because sound regulation requires the highest levels of science and evidence,” said Lawrence Gostin, co-principal investigator for the[Read More…]

by October 28, 2011 0 comments News

Brushing Shoulders With DC’s Elite

Any budding politician or political junkie should dine at The Caucus Room at least once during his or her time at Georgetown. Thanks to its proximity to Capitol Hill, The Caucus Room is a known favorite among congressmen, journalists and other government powerhouses. The chance for a politician sighting while[Read More…]

by October 28, 2011 0 comments The Guide

Ripples of Water Necessary to Wash Down Meal

Located across from the historic Uptown Theater in Cleveland Park, Ripple aims to please trendy, green-minded foodies. The eatery, run by Executive Chef Logan Cox, is divided in two, with one side dedicated to snacking on a large selection of cheeses and meats and the other reserved for dining on dishes[Read More…]

by October 21, 2011 0 comments The Guide
Bakery Gets the Basics Right

Bakery Gets the Basics Right

For food establishments in Washington, D.C., there’s a trend of elevation. Food stands have been elevated to food trucks, and at places such as Georgetown Cupcake and Baked & Wired, cupcakes are now considered delicacies. In line with this trend, Firehook Bakery boasts its simple, standard, yet delicious and reasonably priced fares that[Read More…]

by October 13, 2011 0 comments The Guide
Make Way for DC’s Next Italian Hotspot

Make Way for DC’s Next Italian Hotspot

Looking for somewhere to go when your family is in town? Want to venture outside of the Georgetown bubble? If you are exploring the monuments or Capitol Hill, Potenza is a great place to dine. Located just two blocks from the White House, on the corner of 15th and H Streets Potenza boasts a spacious dining[Read More…]

by October 7, 2011 0 comments The Guide

One Night in Paris

This summer, I experienced a tour-de-force of food on a trip to Paris. There, I tasted heaven daily through the delicacies of the simple yet consistently amazing French cuisine. Needless to say, upon returning to Georgetown and the dull experience of Leo’s, I began craving the food I enjoyed during[Read More…]

by September 23, 2011 0 comments The Guide

Sweetgreen Expanding to College Park

Sweetgreen, the eco-friendly salad and yogurt bar founded by Georgetown graduates NicolasJammet (MSB ’07), Jonathan Neman (MSB ’07) and Nathaniel Ru (MSB ’07), will soon be bringing its”sweetlife” to another nearby college town. According to the University of Maryland’s student newspaper, The Diamondback, Sweetgreen will open its newest location on Route 1 next spring, hoping to attract College Park customers with[Read More…]

by September 21, 2011 0 comments News

Das Some Good Eatin’

No matter how much time you’ve spent on the Hilltop, there are always new culinary discoveries to be made, even in the Georgetown neighborhood. Take Das Ethiopian, formerly known as Zed’s. Still in the same location, on the far end of M Street, the restaurant has maintained the same ambiance[Read More…]

by September 16, 2011 0 comments The Guide

Learning to Love Leo’s

Many put O’Donnovan Hall at the bottom of the food chain when it comes to ranking campus cuisine. In reality, the only dining hall that serves the entire campus hasn’t properly pitched its menu of merits. When students returned to making their inventive paninis and glorified G waffles in Leo’s this fall, they found[Read More…]

by September 13, 2011 0 comments Opinion