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For the past decade, Barracks Row Main Street has worked tirelessly to preserve and enhance Capitol Hill’s historic 8th Street, SE, commercial corridor and to revitalize its business community.
The group’s focus is the five blocks of 8th Street that stretch south from Pennsylvania Ave S.E. to the terminus of 8th Street at the Washington Navy Yard along M Street, S.E.
Barracks Row is located eight blocks east of the U.S. Capitol.
Tuesday, April 24, 2012, 9:35 AM Last Updated on Wednesday, April 25, 2012, 4:29 PM
Saturday, April 28 from 1-4 pm is your chance to catch up on the new restaurants opening on Barracks Row or try out the dishes of our many new chefs at favorite spots which have been open a while.
Restaurants in Taste of 8th:
Banana Cafe; Belga Cafe; Cafe 8; Capitol Hill Tandoor; Cava Mezze; Chat's Liquors; Chesapeake Room; DC3; Fusion Grill; Hello Cupcake; Lasplacitas; Lavagna; Matchbox; Old Siam; Senart's Oyster and Chop House; Spring Mill Bread; Sweet Lobby; Ted's Bulletin; Trattoria Alberto; The Ugly Mug; Zest; and, possibly even more!
A menu of dishes being served will be available at Taste of 8th so you can strategically plan an around-the- world gourmet lunch - from appetizers to dessert - at our array of multicultural of restaurants.
Here are just a few dishes we know of today:
Old Siam- Appetizer: Chicken Curry Puffs and Spring Rolls
Zest- Main Course: South West Risotto
Sweet Lobby- Dessert: Try a dessert from winners of Food Network's Cupcake Wars: sample a new dessert creation- still a secret- only available at Sweet Lobby during Taste of 8th
To buy tickets see the button on our website (below) or buy tickets on Saturday- but, this event sells out fast so arrive early! Tickets are $5.00 each or $20.00 for a 5 Pack.
Sponsors: Zagat, CSX - Signature Sponsors; Belga - Ticket Sponsor; Chat's Liquors and Coldwell Banker - Neighborhood Sponsors.
Barracks Row Main Street is a designated DC Main Streets commercial district. Barracks Row Main Street is funded in part by the Department of Small and Local Business Development.