In keeping with Eater tradition, we asked a group of restaurant critics, journalists, bloggers and industry experts to share their thoughts on this year’s cuisine.their annual answer “Ear in Eater” The research will be revealed in several posts this month. Next, the group names their most anticipated restaurant debuts in 2023.
Tom Siessema, washington post Food critic: Osteria Mozza in Georgetown. If there’s anyone who can find success in the former Dean & Deluca space, it’s Stephen Starr and Nancy Silverton.
Anne Limpert, Washington faction Executive Food Editor and Critic: People in Dabney are so excited about the arrival of all-day French spots, Petite Cerise, Keith McNally and Minetta Tavern, and food halls like Square and Love Makoto.
Jessica Sidman, Washington faction Food editor: Petit Cerise, an all-day French cafe restaurant where the Dabney team comes to the show. It’s nice to see Chef Jeremiah Langhorne’s cooking in a more intimate space, especially now that Dabney has moved to more expensive tasting menus, but it can still be difficult to secure a table!
Lori Gardner, i was there i ate it Blogger: We can’t wait to see Chef Mike Friedman’s Aventino and AP Pizza coming to Bethesda in the spring.
Niche Nellis, TheListAreYouOnIt.com the publisher: I can’t wait for Aventino from Bethesda’s Mikey Friedman (so close to home!) and Japanese food Hall Love, Makoto from Chef Makoto Okuwa and Eric Eden.
anti way, decorated antey Blogger: I am still waiting patiently for the opening of Love, Makoto!
Rick Chessen, Rick Eats DC Blogger: Dabney Team’s all-day French spot, Petit Cerise, and Adams Morgan’s forthcoming Bolivian restaurant Casa Cantuta at the show.Oh, and a relaunch of Jeremy Allen White’s Original Beef of Chicagoland bear.
Rebecca CooperArt & Food Editor, DCist/WAMU: We are excited about the further expansion of Rose Previte, especially to Virginia. Can’t wait to try the recently opened Kirby Club in Mosaic (Clarendon once it opens).
Missy FrederickEater City Director: I’m a fan of Mosaic Farmers Market’s Hedzole, so I was thrilled to find out they’re getting a permanent home next year.