Signature Dish

Preview: Next Level Sandwiches

Flavors from around the globe infuse some of D.C.'s best sandwiches. At Nim Ali in Foggy Bottom, Seth digs in to a shuko, a loaded Guatemalan street sandwich. Anacostia’s Open Crumb offers up a delectable fried chicken sandwich, and in Capitol Hill, Fight Club’s namesake sandwich includes roast beef, bacon and brown butter mayo.

Preview: Next Level Sandwiches


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    French Delights

    S2 E7 - 28m 55s

    Explore the rich tapestry and traditions of French gastronomy with host Seth Tillman. First stop: Chez Billy Sud in Georgetown, for oeufs en meurette (eggs in a red wine sauce). In DC’s NoMa neighborhood, Le Clou blends tradition with modernity in their ris de veau (sweetbreads basted in brown butter). Bastille in Old Town, Alexandria, offers up a magret de canard (slow-seared Moulard duck).

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    Best of Breakfast

    S2 E6 - 27m 42s

    This episode explores one of the most-requested cuisines from Signature Dish viewers: breakfast! At La Tejana in D.C.’s Mt. Pleasant neighborhood, Seth samples the 956 breakfast taco, before heading to Poolesville, Maryland to try Locals Farm Market’s famous chicken and waffles. The final stop is Any Day Now in D.C.’s Navy Yard for the scallion pancake breakfast sandwich.

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    Just Desserts

    S2 E5 - 28m 33s

    Seth skips the main course and dives right into dessert, with memorable visits to the neo-bistro Lutèce in Georgetown, the dessert shop Mr. Bake Sweets in Riverdale Park, Maryland, and The Conche in Leesburg, Virginia, where chocolate infuses everything on the menu - even the drinks!

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