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IAD: Good Stuff Eatery

Obama ate here, ’nuff said. A block from Capitol Hill, Good Stuff Eatery is literally behind his backyard. You know what, it is so good that my Vegan friends brought me here; I only found about the president’s love after that. And unlike a certain some president, who eats well-done steak with ketchup, President Obama’s […]

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D.C.: Rare Steakhouse

It is weird that Washington, D.C. doesn’t have good steakhouses. All the power and money is there, yet the humble steak has no representation at all. Forget the beef, and go for ethical cuisines if you are in town. After all, this is a city of ambassadors. I tried Ray’s The Steaks, and it just […]

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Washington, D.C.: Toki Underground

This is a quick view of Toki Underground, one of the most well-known and established ramen restaurant in D.C. That’s because I did not eat at the restaurant – the restaurant itself is tiny and it is highly advised to reserve a seat online before arriving. I did, however, got a takeout order of the […]

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Honey Pig Restaurant

This post is dedicated to Meixi Chen, whom I took her place to come here with her boyfriend. :D P.s. don’t get mad. :P “Let’s go to Honey Pig!” DP was so excited when he realized that we will need to grab dinner somewhere near Dulles International airport. That was first thing it came to […]

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National Cherry Blossom Festival

The first thing that comes to mind when one mentions “Cherry Blossom” is probably the image of young and old Japanese people, sitting under pink colored Cherry trees somewhere in Japan, drinking sake and dancing to “Spring” music. I’m not here to take away that image from you, but what if I told you that […]

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The Phillips Collection

Let’s start by saying that I like to go to Art museums and have been to the bigger ones (National Museum of art) around D.C. I stumbled upon this museum while searching online for more museums in the area. Located near the “Spanish Steps”, this museum is sandwiched between houses in an affluent neighborhood – […]