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Breaking the Cycle: A Conversation with DCCK’s Dawain Arrington

Breaking the Cycle: A Conversation with DCCK’s Dawain Arrington

Dawain Arrington is a production manager at DC Central Kitchen’s main kitchen facility, but he didn’t start out that way. Not even close. His dad was a dealer and his mom an addict who would leave him and his two little brothers alone for days at a time to fend for themselves. The first time […]

2017 FSM Foodservice Leader of the Year DC Central Kitchen’s CEO Mike Curtin

2017 FSM Foodservice Leader of the Year DC Central Kitchen’s CEO Mike Curtin

When you walk into DC Central Kitchen’s kitchen about two hours before lunchtime, you are met with the aroma of onions, the sight of dozens of volunteers chopping vegetables in unison, the banter of culinary students stirring pots — really big pots — of soup, and a tangible feeling of camaraderie and hope. At the […]

FSM NEWS

What an OPEN-ing! OpenTable has released its list of the 100 Best Restaurants in America for 2017, and eight D.C.-area restaurants made the list. According to OpenTable, “Our list of honorees is based on an analysis of 12,000,000+ reviews of more than 26,000 restaurants across the country — all submitted by verified diners.” So WHO […]

COOL GIFT IDEAS

Stackable wines Stackable wine is a bottle of wine separated into four ready-to-serve stemless wine glasses. A great gift idea and perfect for tailgating. The Vine on Main in Sykesville features cabs, chards, and pinot noir. TheVineSykesville.com. Give the gift of food Who doesn’t love going out to brunch or dinner? Give the gift of food with a gift certificate to a […]

Weinstein Raises the Bar at Hank’s on the Wharf

Weinstein Raises the Bar at Hank’s on the Wharf

Jessica Weinstein’s story wasn’t supposed to turn out the way it did. But then, whose story does? She started out as a fi ne arts student at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. But she returned to the Washington area “for a boy, which many people do when they are 18 and stupid!” […]

WHERE D.C. MEETS WATERFRONT

A New Destination in Town: The District Wharf Phase one of The Wharf opened in October in D.C.’s Southwest quadrant. The $2.5 billion, 3.2-million-square-foot waterfront neighborhood features spaces for residences, offices, hotels, shops, cultural events, and bars and restaurants, along with 10 acres of public waterfront parks, promenades, piers, and docks. Built as a public-private […]

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