Breakfast at Cracked Eggery

A review of Cracked Eggery, a restaurant located in Washington, D.C.

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Milk Tea at Auntea Boba

Have you ever tried bubble tea? It’s a popular type of drink that quickly became one of my favorites. There are some drinks you can find at many shops like taro milk tea or oolong tea, but AunTea Boba’s menu had some I had never heard of like Tiramisu milk tea, Vietnamese Iced Coffee, and…

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Turning Natural: the Black-Owned Juice Bar You Need to Try

You can’t go wrong with a fresh juice or smoothie. In recent months, I’ve become more of a juice person. There are so many local juice bars now, and the next one on my list was Turning Natural. Turning Natural is a Black-owned juice bar with six locations in the D.C. Metro Area. The businesses…

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Roaming Rooster: The Best Fried Chicken Sandwich Ever

I was so excited to try Roaming Rooster’s sides. I usually only eat my mom’s greens and am often not interested in trying coleslaw that’s not my grandma’s, but this time was different. Their Southern-style greens were some of the best I’ve ever had. I loved that they weren’t super salty. Their coleslaw stood out…

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Crazy Burger at Ted’s Bulletin

A bright food Instagram account can be quite enticing. So much so that you eventually become a fan of the content and want to actually try the beautiful dishes they post. There aren’t many restaurants that nail their feeds, but Ted’s Bulletin has it all figured out. It’s one of the places I’ve been excited to try,…

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All-You-Can-Eat at Hill Country BBQ

BBQ restaurants make the world go ’round. Okay, maybe it’s one of a few things that feels that way. You can (pretty much) never go wrong with BBQ’d food. Pulled pork, ribs, chicken…the list goes on. Hill Country BBQ is a restaurant that gets BBQ right. Located near Gallery Place in Washington, D.C., it’s one of the…

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Brunchin’ at Boqueria

I haven’t gone out for brunch in months. The many suggestions for brunch in D.C. online don’t help narrow your choices down when there are so many great options, so you have to just pick something. Boqueria was the first on the list. The wait was worth it. My friend, Carolina, and I agreed that Boqueria, a Spanish tapas…

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4 Things You Need to Do during Cherry Blossom Season in D.C.

Have you ever wondered how to fully embrace cherry blossom season in Washington, D.C.? It’s one of the busiest times of year in the area, and the perfect time to do any and everything you can before the blossoms go. Strolling, or being stuck in foot traffic, around the Tidal Basin is a given. Indulging…

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A Taste of Fall at District Doughnut

There are so many dessert options in Georgetown: pie, ice cream, cupcakes, doughnuts… you name it. District Doughnut is one of the most popular doughnut shops in D.C., and I finally got the chance to check it out. This District Doughnut location is not in plain site. Surprisingly, it isn’t on the busiest street in Georgetown, M Street. It’s…

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Baked & Wired

I don’t know about you, but I may or may not be addicted to dessert. I don’t have it everyday or anything crazy. I just often want to go out and try a new doughnut or cupcake flavor. I finally went to Baked & Wired, which is a busy dessert shop in Georgetown. My sister and I had…

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