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New Episode of "Neighborhood Eats" Premieres Monday, November 13 at 9:30pm on WETA TV 26 & WETA HD

Featuring Del Ray, Silver Spring, Adams Morgan/Mt. Pleasant, and Southwest

In every city, “in-the-know” locals have favorite eating establishments that lend a distinctive flavor to the local community they represent. The Neighborhood Eats series — an exclusive WETA TV 26 production created for this region — highlights the special dining experiences and stories that capture the essence of Greater Washington. This 30-minute companion to the WETA Neighborhoods series features the culinary pleasures of Greater Washington areas Del Ray (Alexandria, VA), Silver Spring (MD), Adams Morgan/Mount Pleasant, and Southwest.

From established fine dining locales and cherished mainstays, to a new generation of up-and-coming restauranteurs, Neighborhood Eats discovers a vibrant collection of restaurants, cafes and chefs that are proud to call themselves local.

Featured in Del Ray (Alexandria, VA):

  • Stomping Ground – Introducing customers to regional specialty ingredients, this café and biscuit house proudly displays its Southern roots.
  • Evening Star Cafe – Boasting a rooftop produce garden, this popular community gathering spot truly embraces the “eating local” mantra, showcased in their monthly supper club.
  • Lena’s Wood-Fired Pizza & Tap – This family-inspired restaurant boasts a floor-to-ceiling wood-burning oven for their thin-crust pizza, which boasts toppings both traditional and exotic.

 

Featured in Silver Spring, MD:

  • La Casita Pupuseria & Market – Serving homestyle favorites including the pupusa, the national dish of El Salvador.
  • Denizens Brewing Company – The craft brewery and beer garden catering to the diverse Silver Spring community.
  • Urban Butcher – Nose-to-tail eating at its best, where meats are aged and butchered in-house with utmost care.

 

Featured in Adams Morgan/Mount Pleasant:

  • Federalist Pig – American barbecue classics and sandwiches with a signature twist.
  • Sakuramen Ramen Bar – This shop has perfected their ramen recipe over the years, infusing each bowl with the Korean flavors and tastes familiar to their owners.
  • Pleasant Pops – Inspired by childhood memories, this homemade ice pop business pleases both adults and children at farmer’s markets across the region, as well as in their brick-and-mortar shop.
  • Purple Patch – Featuring classic Filipino recipes and American comfort food popular with the local dining scene.

 

Featured in Southwest:

  • Station 4 – Modern American cuisine that is the perfect accompaniment to performances at nearby Arena Stage.
  • Cantina Marina – This waterfront spot features a relaxed outdoor patio that is world away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Visit weta.org/neighborhoods for additional information. Press materials and photography can be found at weta.org/press.

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