Over-Easy Weekend Brunch Series at EatsPlace 4/20 - 4/28

Chef Randall Matthews is coming back to EatsPlace! He launched Restaurant Elena at EatsPlace last year. Now he will open Over-Easy weekend brunch at EatsPlace: DATES: Saturday, April 20, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Sunday, April 21, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Saturday, April 27, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm – EXTENDED HOURS Sunday, April 28, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm – EXTENDED HOURS DETAILS: neighborhood brunch with bellinis, no reservations, simply walk-in! Back by popular demand Chef Randall Matthews is launching a neighborhood friendly brunch pop-up at EatsPlace. Chef Matthews’ brunch — named “Over-Easy” — will be a tasty alternative to meet the demand for good, quality neighborhood brunch places. Chef Mathews previously hosted his Restaurant Elena pop-up last year that was named after his beloved mother. Elena’s legacy continues with “The Toast” – her focaccia on avocado toast with a farm egg….

Littles Jamaican Pop-Up at EatsPlace 4/21/18

Littles Jamaican Pop-up at EatsPlaceSaturday 4/21 WHAT: Littles: Jamaican Pop-up at EatsPlace WHERE: EatsPlace, 3607 Georgia Avenue NW, Washington DC 20010 (Petworth Metro) WHEN: Saturday, April 21 starts at 5:00-10:00 pm DETAILS: a la carte menu; walk-in and no reservations; vegetarian and vegan options Warm up with Jamaican dishes from the Littles pop-up at EatsPlace. Imagined through the creative and innovative lens of Chef Terry Tomlinson and his wife, Littles brings alive the spirit and flavors of Jamaican cuisine. This pop-up’s goal is simple, to pair the best authentic Jamaican recipes with locally sourced meats and vegetables. One of Chef Terry’s missions is to make Caribbean food healthful for the body and soul and embrace vegan diners. In addition to classic curry and jerk meats, there will be vegan entrees and sides.

Kristin Marie Steinke Art Show

Join us at EatsPlace’s Cafe and Market, in the Torpedo Factory in Old Town Alexandria Virginia, on Sunday December 10 from 2-4 pm for the opening of works by Kristin Marie Steinke. Artist Statement: The Human Experience – Graffiti Graffiti gives voices to people who are otherwise discarded or ignored. When I visit a new environment, I like to open myself to the energy that resides there—the gritty, joyful, broken and opinionated are all woven into the fabric of each place. Each visit is a sort of anthropological adventure, learning about the humans who dominated the city walls with these images. Capturing them is a game of chance, exciting to think they might be gone the next day. Some enjoy debating the merits of graffiti and often the boring question, “is it art?” comes up but I say you can love it or hate–it…

KalyeDC Kamayan Filipino Pop-up at EatsPlace DC

KalyeDC’s Kamayan Fiesta Filipino Pop-up at EatsPlace DC At EatsPlace, 3607 Georgia Avenue NW, Washington DC 20010 (Petworth Metro) On Saturday April 29, 2017, 2 seatings at 5:30 and 8:30 $50 + tax (get tickets here) Kalye DC and Chef Red Garcia are returning to EatsPlace in Washington DC to present a Kamayan Fiesta on Saturday, April 29, 2017. Kamayan means eating with your hands with mounds of delicious Filipino food laid out on top of banana leaves right in front of you. This communal dining experience is best shared with family and friends, or come and make new ones. As Chef Red says, “Filipino food is life, love, and it’s about family!” The menu: Chicken Wings Inasal Hilabos na Hipon (Shrimp) Filipino Pork BBQ Lumpiang Shanghai (Egg roll) KalyeDC Grilled Pusit (Squid) Adobong Kangkong (Potato leaves) Steamed Rice Served with a side of…