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Here Are DC’s Best New Restaurants of 2018

“From Brooklyn to DC, St. Anselm is still trying to shake their steakhouse reputation. While there’s no shortage of beef on the menu, Joe Carroll’s American tavern offers much more.”

The stars align at St. Anselm, a tavern for the times

“St. Anselm was born with a silver spoon in its mouth. Make that three, actually: Stephen Starr, Joe Carroll and Marjorie Meek-Bradley. When news broke that the trio were opening a restaurant across from Union Market in the District, some of us forecast a hit on the horizon.”

Eater DC Names St. Anselm Chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley Chef of the Year

“Tasked with lending a local perspective to an established Brooklyn brand, Marjorie Meek-Bradley pulled off a major feat. At the St. Anselm tavern that opened in Northeast D.C. in September, Meek-Bradley has flipped the stuffy D.C. steakhouse stereotype on its head, deploying a fun, fresh menu full of salads and sides that draw attention away from a full complement of animal proteins.”

The Love, One of Esquire’s 20 Best New Restaurants in America

“The crudités at the Love have such a Marvel Comics splash of color that I almost checked to see whether the plate had tiny stage lights; the Caesar salad, in which chef Charles Parker dresses ribs of romaine and fronds of dandelion in a vinaigrette that makes a briny-sweet coupling of anchovies and figs, is so freshly bouncy with firmness that I wondered whether Olexy and business partner Stephen Starr had planted a farm a few steps away in Rittenhouse Square.”

Le Coucou Earns a Michelin Star

We’re beyond proud to share that Le Coucou has earned a place in the 2019 New York City Michelin Guide and Michelin Star. Congratulations to Chef Daniel Rose and the entire Le Coucou team on this incredible honor.