DCist names NURISH Food & Drink one of the "Best New Restaurants of 2014"
Go HERE for the full article! This is so deserved! NURISH is amazing (and I'm not just saying that because I am blogging from their cafe while enjoying some yummy potato soup).
NURISH: Located inside the Anacostia Arts Center on Good Hope Road SE, Nurish Food and Drink from Domku's Kera Carpenter could be easily missed by the uninitiated. This is a mistake. Serving extremely fresh, French-inspired food, Nurish has become my go-to stop for perfectly cooked tartines and eggs cocotte. There's also a delicious selection of pastries that can be paired with coffee or tea, as well as a prosciutto board and other evening options that can be paired with beer or wine. Despite what the Washington Post says, the ombre interior walls, clean white bar and warm lighting create an inviting atmosphere for solo dining or brunch with friends. We would be remiss to not mention that Nurish is one of only a few full-service dining options in the historic Anacostia neighborhood east of the river. But regardless of its location, it's a must-visit. —Sarah Anne Hughes