It's been a bit quiet here on the blog front, due to an admitted lack of inspiration (thank to, uh, "current events") as well as an ill-advised attempt at the Whole30 diet just after the New Year (a somewhat successful, if not incredibly painful endeavour). Luckily, I felt that there was probably no better way to get back in the blogging groove than to recap one of the more indulgent meals I've had in recent memory.
I was having trouble coming up with a good restaurant to go to for Grambo's big 3-0 dinner. It seemed like everything that had opened recently in the DC area was either too stuffy and "fancy", or the polar opposite: crowded, doesn't accept reservations and requires standing in line for hours with a lawn chair and a newspaper (I'm looking at you, Bad Saint, because I miss you but I can't do this anymore).
Luckily, I remembered Eric Ziebold's relatively new Kinship was still on my back burner list and they fortunately had a table for two available. I'd been to his old restaurant Cityzen in the terribly located Mandarin Oriental here in DC before it closed in 2014, but I hadn't kept track of what Ziebold's next project was.
Check out the rest of my review of Kinship after the jump.
One woman's journey to eat all the food. Or at least, most of it.