Podcast Episode 39: Lavagna in Washington, D.C.

An interview with Becca Clara Love


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BitchesWhoBrunch1In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, Becca Clara Love of Bitches Who Brunch offers up another great restaurant recommendation: Lavagna in Washington, DC, where they serve up locally sourced Italian dishes like bruschetta, ravioli riccota and tiramisu. We talk about the secret to Ethiopian food, chili cheese fries, and where to find bottomless mimosas for Sunday brunch.

Becca recommends:

  • The Charcuterie
  • The Bruschetta
  • The Ravioli Riccota
  • The Chesapeake Rockfish
  • The Tiramisu

Washington, D.C. Dining Districts to Explore:

  • U Street & 14th
  • H Street Northeast
  • Chinatown/Penn Quarter

Washington, D.C. Food Events:

Food for Thought:

  • Q: What famous D.C. restaurant is known for it’s chili cheese fries?
  • A: Ben’s Chili Bowl.

Out of the Frying Pan Picks:

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