This week's top dish from Eater DC, Curbed's restaurant, bar, and nightlife blog...
CAPITOL HILL—Chef Aaron Silverman of Rose's Luxury talks to Eater DC about his big plans for the future, including a farm, a greenhouse rooftop, possible new restaurants and more.
THE CRITICS—Tom Sietsema's Fall 2014 Dining Guide is out and the Washington Post critic names Rasika Penn Quarter as tops, saying that this is "the restaurant I could eat in everyday." Click to see all 10 restaurants named in the guide, and click here for the restaurants that didn't make it.
ARLINGTON—Neighborhood Restaurant Group's Tallula and sister bar EatBar will close on Sunday, Oct. 26, but chef Rob Rubba plans to open a new restaurant.
MERRIFIELD—Where to eat right now in Fairfax County's hottest neighborhood.
SPRINGFIELD—Springfield Town Center is opening its doors Oct. 17, and Maggiano's Little Italy will be ready in time for the grand opening. Additions like &pizza and Nando's will come later.
PENN QUARTER—Stay on top of all the DBGB Kitchen + Bar's news, from critics and diners' early buzz to the brand-new brunch menu.
BALTIMORE—A look at the time-honored and fading tradition of Baltimore's arabbers, who sell fruit and goods from horse-drawn carts.
OBAMAWIRE—President Obama calls chef José Andrés "the quintessential American success story."
SALADWIRE—This week, Sweetgreen launched a new seasonal fall menu to all East Coast restaurant.
PENN QUARTER—The CEO and founder of global Thai restaurant chain Mango Tree talks about why he chose D.C. for his first restaurant in the U.S., which will open this winter at CityCenterDC.
PETWORTH—Food incubator/pop-up space EatsPlace opened this week with biscuits from Mason Dixie Biscuit Company and soul food from DC Born & Raised.