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The Source by Wolfgang Puck

cynjl Jan 10, 2009 04:38 PM

You must eat at The Source! The food is delicious! We choose to sit and eat at the bar. It was so much fun. The bartender, Pete, had excellent recommendations. He was very attentive and personable.
Chef Scott Drewno is excellent. Everyone in our party loved what they ordered.

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    Steve RE: cynjl Jan 10, 2009 05:52 PM

    Maybe you could tell us what you ordered.

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      cynjl RE: Steve Jan 12, 2009 09:02 AM

      We ordered from the Lounge Menu. There were 5 of us so we ordered one of each. We had Chicken Wings, Kobe Sliders, Dumplings, Tuna Tartare, OliveTapenade & Hummus, Shrimp and Scallop Springrolls, the handcut French Fries, and Margherita Pizza. The wine list is extensive. The Asian Pear Martini was the best!

    2. alkapal RE: cynjl Jan 11, 2009 04:35 AM

      so funny to see this post this morning, as i was just reading an old thread about the source. http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/450594

      i looked up the resto on google to see a menu, with prices, as someone told me they have $60 entrees. in reading the other thread, i see that $60 is for kobe beef.

      are other entrees so expensive? i wonder how these places will do with the sluggish economy. on the other hand, a new admnistration will be coming in, and people will be dining, schmoozing, etc.

      ps -- i don't mean to hijack the thread.....

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        ktmoomau RE: alkapal Jan 12, 2009 09:39 AM

        Some of the prices are on menupagesdc, but not the entrees on the dinner menu fyi.

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          alkapal RE: ktmoomau Jan 13, 2009 09:00 PM

          i get great thai food in arlington and environs. granted, no fancy digs, but..... less than half the price! that means i can eat thai food at least twice as often!

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        Bigcitywine RE: cynjl Jan 14, 2009 09:16 AM

        The Menu in the bar is very different then their menu upstairs but I had one of my best meals of the year there. Great for seafood which is very hard to find in DC.

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