Your weekend dining
On Friday, as we do every week on Dining@Large, folks posted about their weekend dining plans. I always like to hear how things turned out.
My restaurant dining was limited to a few bites at Tapas Teatro, which I posted about yesterday and a few more bites Saturday night at the upstairs bar at Bluegrass Tavern -- a bowl of white yam soup with nutmeg streusel bacon vinaigrette and grilled oysters with maitake mushroom butter. As you know, I like it at Bluegrass. I like how under control everything is. There was a promotional dispenser of Wild Turkey American Honey liqueur at my elbow. I couldn't take my eyes off of it. When I left Bluegrass, I somehow walked the wrong way on Hanover Street, headed toward where I can't tell you. I must have had some of that stuff.
Here's what you all said you were planning. Even if you didn't post on Friday, tell us now about your weekend dining adventures.
Lisah was taking a vegetarian friend out to The Dogwood for dinner.
Theminx was headed to Thai Luang in Herndon for that duck her family loves so much.Robert of Cross Keys was headed to Chinatown before the Kris Kristofferson concert at the Strathmore and Hank Dietle's Tavern after. We heard about some other dining choices nearby the Bethesda concert venue.
Michael Gray was headed for the Epic Buffet (that's it's real name) at the Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races (that's it's real name).
Baltimore Sun photo of Baltimore Sticky Rice/Kenneth K. Lam