This week's top dish from Eater DC, Curbed's restaurant, bar, and nightlife blog...
U STREET—The big news in the food world this week was that President Obama dropped in on Taylor Gourmet. Owner Casey Patten talked to Eater about how the day went down and what made it extra special for him in particular.
LOGAN CIRCLE—The latest restaurant to hit 14th Street, The Pig, opened its doors this week. Eater got a look inside the latest addition to DC's rustic restaurant trend and its pork-centric menu.
FOOD TRUCKS—Earlier this week, some folks started up a couple of online petitions addressed to the Fojol Brothers food trucks accusing them of racism. Eater has more on what both sides are saying.
MT. VERNON SQUARE—Opening next week in Mt. Vernon Square is a brand new wine bar Tel'veh. Take a look inside the nautical-inspired space with a Mediterranean-inspired menu and about 300 wines available by the bottle.
CLARENDON—It's been a bad year for Market Tavern, which closed its doors this week less than six months after revamping itself from its previous incarnation as Harry's Tap Room.
PENN QUARTER—Want to get a table at José Andrés' Oyamel? Eater has an interview with general manager Michael Iglesias in which he reveals some tips on getting a table and shares a little intel on what kinds of celebrities you might run into there.
FOGGY BOTTOM—Popular Dupont Circle coffee shop Filter opened its second location in Foggy Bottom this week, with one crucial difference from the original spot: they are fully banning laptops.
ARLINGTON—The not-even-a-year-old Columbia Pike location of Sauca shuttered this week out in Arlington. Its food trucks announced, too, that they're going on a summer break.
GEORGETOWN—Good news for the folks of Georgetown is that Bandolero is finally opening its doors next week. And Mike Isabella's restaurant would like you to know that reservations are already available.