Friday, December 19, 2014

Red Hen makes Washingtonian's Best Restaurants List

Whoa!  Red Hen made #7.

Click on the link to read the entire Washingtonian article.

This year, our critics ranked the area’s top restaurants from 1 to 100.
 Published December 18, 2014

Komi—the tiny Dupont Circle townhouse known for leisurely Mediterranean tasting menus—is officially Washington’s very best restaurant, according to, well, us.
Since 1969, Washingtonian has assembled an annual list of the region’s best dining spots. Over the years, the list has grown from 50 eateries to 100, and moved from a few pages inside the magazine to the cover story of each January’s issue. This year, we ranked all 100 of the winners in order.
The whole list—which includes reviews, highlights, and tips on food news—is on newsstands now. It’s also available to digital subscribers through our iPad app.
In the meantime, here are some of the top winners of 2015:
1. Komi, Johnny Monis’s tasting-menu destination in Dupont Circle. 
2. Minibar, José Andrés’s 25-course modernist thrill-ride in Penn Quarter.
3. Rose’s Luxury, the Capitol Hill hotspot that channels both the American South and Southeast Asia. 
4. Fiola Mare, Fabio and Maria Trabocchi’s luxurious Georgetown seafood dining room. 
5. Rasika, the pair of modern-Indian restaurants in Penn Quarter and the West End. 
6. Little Serow, Johnny Monis’s fiery Thai place in Dupont Circle. 
7. The Red Hen, the rustic regional Italian restaurant in Bloomingdale. 

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