I know I was wondering what to expect from this Near North restaurant helmed by Katsuji Tanabe of “Top Chef” fame.As the Tribune reported around the time Barrio opened last summer, look for “Mexican-ish” here.Since our founding, many soulmates have first encountered each other and we are proud to brag about the success stories that eventually lead to the alter.
I can see why — it’s a handsome dish with meaty cylinders of grilled octopus paired with crisped pieces of potato in a garlicky mayo.The winner will be the one who earns enough property by earning points through various challenges (Monopoly themed) and collecting enough items that can be traded in for particular property – related to the Smithsonian.Tonight, we enjoy the beautiful skyline, the incoming nicer weather and the luxury of Washington’s leading hotels and hot spots we embrace the DC nightlife in style! Barrio was bustling on a recent Friday afternoon, and I guessed there were two reasons: Maybe the crowd was pumped with that end-of-the-week-holiday-season vibe or maybe it was buoyed by a sense of expectation (or already knew what was coming). We present them..." data-sc-sl="ct-food-restaurant-reviews-speedround-1220" data-sc-cont="story" data-sc-nn="Chicago Tribune" data-sc-contid="95448490" When the end of the year rolls around, Food & Dining likes to take a quick look at new restaurants that, for one reason or another (the principal reason being X restaurants to cover and Y amount of time, where X Y), we didn’t get around to covering. We present them in speed-dating format: We’re not giving you each restaurant’s whole story, but there should be enough information here to discern whether you’re tempted to visit.