Hollywood on the Potomac

FNO with Hollywood on the Potomac

September 9, 2012

Washington’s third annual Fashion’s Night Out (FNO) turned Georgetown into a colorful patch of parties, music, dance, shopping; oh, and there was the traffic.

The Hollywood on the Potomac contingent started out at Cafe Milano and TOKA Salon, then hopped in a pedicab (whose motto is ‘Wheel get you there’) and moved on down to the Capitol File party.

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SUITup!

August 31, 2012

There is a BOLD and unmatched level of attention that goes into each garment that falls off the rack at Suitsupply, Georgetown’s newest men’s boutique on the Four Season’s property.

Founder Fokke de Jong opened up to Hollywood on the Potomac about the style that goes into what makes a good suit and why DC isn’t quite the poorly dressed town that people often label it. 
 
To fill your own Suitsupply cravings, visit the new shop at 2828 Pennsylvania Avenue.
 
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Homage to "Julia"

August 7, 2012

by contributor Donna Shor

What would have been the late Julia Child’s 100th birthday is being observed in restaurants across America with special dishes prepared in her honor through August 15. 

Washingtonians are lucky because at his Pennsylania Avenue restaurant, Central Michel Richard, the famed chef has re-created a very special dish he served his friend Julia years ago in Los Angeles. Michel Richard has named it “Chicken Julia,” and it is delectable. It’s Michel Richard’s Homage to Julia.

He has set a high standard in creating this tender and flavorsome dish from a fowl that can sometimes be bo-o-o-r-ing.  Instead, Richard has managed to build in so many subtle flavors, it is almost like a new kind of meat. The portions sit in their plate in a silky pool of just enough glazed sauce, ringed about with an excellent ratatouille that puts the usual versions to shame. He included the vegetable dish as a bow to Julia’s happy years in Provence, where ratatouille was born.

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