If you want a more informative guide, check out our ultimate DC bucket list and 49 best places to eat in DC. This is our DC photo diary through an iPhone lens. Chomama, my roommate from college, was finally getting married, so we flew in for the festivities and lots of eating.
First stop was at Serendipity 3 in Georgetown for some frrrozen hot chocolate.
Then down the street to sprinkles for an afternoon dessert, red velvet cupcake. Pretty good. I’m no cupcake connoisseur but it was not the best cupcake I’ve ever had. It was better than Georgetown Cupcakes though IMO.
We met up with Bob & Carmen for dinner at Sakuramen in Adams Morgan. Originally, we wanted to go to Thai X-ing but didn’t know you need to reserve three days in advance for a weekend dinner. That’s on my to-do list now. At Sakuramen, we ordered chashu buns, the chosun ramen since the Korean in me was craving kimchi, and Jacob ordered the shoki bowl. Shoki bowl >> Chosun ramen. The broth was really good. Noodles not so much.
After dinner, we did some bar hopping in the Adams Morgan area. At the end of the night, we ended up at Jumbo Slice Pizza. The pizza really did live up to its name.
For Sunday brunch, we went to Clyde’s. It reminded me of eating in a cruise ship.
Ordered the fried green tomatoes with pork belly. It was a starter, but ended up being a really good portion.
Right before the wedding, it started raining sideways. I guess they do say: rainy wedding, sunny marriage.
Wedding food: filet mignon & sea bass. So much better than cold vendor meals.
Before our flight back to Atlanta, we saw a store called America! ;)
Lastly, here’s us at their wedding.