Roofers Union Restaurant Week Review
This week I decided to go to Roofers Union for Restaurant Week. Washington D.C.’s Winter Restaurant Week is a bi-annual promotion where customers can eat at over 100 local restaurants for either $22 for a 3-course lunch or a $35 3-course dinner. It is supposed to be an opportunity to eat at a nice restaurant for a cheaper price than usual. Restaurant week allows broke ass food lovers to try restaurants that are a little out of their usual price range. The promotion allows middle-class food lovers to stretch their budget and try multiple restaurants. And it allows local food snobs to look down their nose at the flood of peasants who are invading their favorite hoity-toity restaurant. It is an arrangement that works for everyone. . . except sometimes it doesn’t. Roofers Union decided to charge their customers more for ordering off their abbreviated restaurant week menu than they do for the same exact food on their regular menu. Continue reading “Roofers Union Restaurant Week Review”
The 2017 On The Eaten Path Year in Review
At the beginning of last year, I decided that I was going to share my love of food with the world. I started this blog to share every great dish I discover, eat, and cook. Somehow along the way, I got so enamored with cooking that I haven’t shared nearly enough of my food discoveries. Today that changes. With no further ado, here is The 2017 On The Eaten Path Year in Review
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Ravi Kabob is located on North Glebe Road in Arlington, Virginia. It isn’t trendy, but it is one of the most reliably delicious meals you can get in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. There is something special about a place that you can rely on to give you great food whenever it is you need it. Ravi Kabob is the kind of place you can go at any time and know that you’ll be getting a quality meal. I’ve been to Ravi Kabob for lunch, dinner, and late at night, and every single time I left the restaurant satisfied.
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