Monday, January 10, 2011


This week we'll be at Ella's Wood Fired Pizza.

See you there at 6:30 on WEDNESDAY for our first dinner club of the new year!

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Tortilla Coast

Hey all, so I hope this choice will be alright. I was having a hankering for something south of the border. Thursday we were thinking of Tortilla Coast on the Hill..get some nachos, or a nice enchilada. here is the directions, it's right off the capitol south metro, so close you could hit it with a stone.

400 1st St SE

Washington D.C., DC 20003

Should be a good time, come and hangout, and enjoy some chips and salsa..


Friday, October 29, 2010

Founding Farmers

Hey Everyone!

Ok, so a few changes to DCDC, mainly having to do with location. We are throwing out Matchbox. We chose that in the heat of the moment but now that we have had time to contemplate we are changing.

New Pick:

Founding Farmers
1924 Pennsylvania Ave.

It looks like the closest metro is Farragut West

I've heard a lot of good things about the restaurant. The food is all fresh and organic and the menu looks amazing! They take reservations so I will go ahead and arrange that. Just to be clear...

Rushforths, Wolfes, Smiths, Millards, & Baughmans will all be in attendance.

We will miss the rest of you lame-o's ;)

See you soon!!

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

light it up

wow! its another yummy thursday already!! chris and i are taking a lot of liberties this week. we wont be there to enjoy the eats so we are picking a place we have frequented. we had some great options and suggestions but we are already missing out on time with friends and we cant stand the thought of missing out on new food as well. having said all of that. you are going to love our pick!

tomorrow night we will miss you while you are eating at........

you are going to love it! the pizza is yummy yummy, think grimaldi's with better atmosphere. If you are not into pizza they have plenty of lovely salads and sandwiches to choose from.

713 H Street NW

please let me know if you are coming so i can take care of reservations!

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

My Mai Thai? No, Your Mai Thai.

This week we're switching it up a little and having dinner at 7:00 p.m. at Mai Thai located near Dupont Circle.  There's something for everyone on the menu and its very affordable.  Please let me know if you will be able to attend as I will need to update our reservation to accommodate the entire group.

We're also adding a cultural twist to the evening with a pre-dinner visit to the Phillips Collection, also located near Dupont Circle.  The museum is open late on Thursdays and the permanent collection is free. 

I plan to head over to the Phillips right after work, so I'll be there around 5:45.  Join when/if you can.  Then, we'll walk down to Mai Thai for dinner just before 7:00.

Clyde's Review

A roaring gust of political wind swept through Clyde's as the DC Dinner Club joined for their regular gathering. From Tea Party activist Sarah Palin with her poofy up-do, to the hard working Hill staffer, political views were bound to differ. There is never a dull moment in the presence of fellow clubbers! The overall atmosphere of the restaraunt was elegant. The ambiance was almost like a room from one of the Vanderbilt's Rhode Island mansions, but the menu was reasonable enough that Joe the Plumber could afford it (maybe only on special occasions).

Mama Grizzly rated her Chicken Saltimbocca entree at 9.25 out of 10, but gave the restaurant an 8.75 for its spendy menu.

The Black Squirrel rated his Asian Spicy Turkey Burger at 8.5. He went out on a limb with that one!

Wolfman devoured his Barbeque Beef Brisket sandwich and gave it 7.5.

Two clubbers ordered the crab cakes, which is the signature item at Clyde's.

Other clubbers enjoyed the Thai Marinated Salad, Pulled Pork Sandwich and the Jamaican wrap.

Overall, the individual ratings averaged out to be 8.3 out of 10. The general consensus was that the food was delicious, but the menu was on the pricey end.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Send bill to your lobbyist, file under 'research'

As we near Election season in DC, let's do some political research. 
Check your coat and political correctness at the door,  Clydes welcomes all types. 

707 7th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001
Metro: Gallery Place-Chinatown
Price: Flexible. Menu to please all, except the indecisive. 
Starters/Salads are $6-10
Sandwiches $9-15
Entres $15-24

Attire:  Please come dressed up as the embodiment of a political party
 (American or otherwise.)
(Your own, or otherwise.)

Choices include, but are not limited to:
 - Democrat
 - Republican
 - Green
 - Independent
 - Libertarian
 - Apathetic
 - Constitution
 - Socialist
 - Labor
 - Marxist Communist
 - Bleeding heart liberal
 - Far right wing republican (Crys every night watching Glen Beck)
 - Utah Republican (see above.  Bonus points for Utah county representation.)
 - Tea (ditto)
 - Utah Democrat
 - Joe the plumber (You'll have to speak up, I'm wearing a towel.)
 - Republican apologist (I'm sorry I'm right all the time.)
 - Fair-weather Intern! (HI! I'm cindy/stacy/jennifer! and I am going to be president! because I am in DC for three whole months!  I am a democrat/republican! whichever is more popular now!