Guest Host: Marc Fisher

Customers wait outside restaurants on 14th Street in Washington, D.C., one of the city's emerging restaurant hubs.

Customers wait outside restaurants on 14th Street in Washington, D.C., one of the city's emerging restaurant hubs.

Clusters of restaurants throughout the District are emblematic of the massive neighborhood transformation taking place over the past few decades. Neighborhoods once riddled with crime now boast restaurants where a single cocktail can cost as much as a meal — and pricier corners of the city are less and less affordable for even high-end eateries. We explore the state of D.C.’s neighborhoods through the rise and fall of its restaurants.

Guests

  • Jessica Sidman Food Editor, Young & Hungry columnist, Washington City Paper
  • Andy Shallal Owner of Busboys and Poets, Iraqi American, peace activist, artist, and co-founder of The Peace Cafe.
  • Khalid Pitts Owner, Cork (Washington, D.C.)
  • Dean Gold Owner, Dino's Grotto (Washington, D.C.)

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