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Roger Troutman

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  1. While I don't have much to compare it to since I haven't been to any of the mom 'n pop BBQ places in Virginia, I am a big fan of the ribs at Old Glory BBQ in Georgetown. The ribs at Red Hot & Blue are not as good, in my opinion. Never been to Rocklands, but I frequently drive/walk by the Glover Park location and the smell makes my mouth water every time. I've heard many people recommend the Mighty Midget Kitchen in Leesburg. It is literally a tiny tin shack, built from the fuselage of a World War II bomber. I actually lived in Leesburg a while back and had their peach habanero wings (across the street at Tuskie's) and they were the best wings I've ever tasted.
  2. The locations I have been to vary widely. My favorite is the one in Chinatown. The newer Georgetown location, in comparison, is rather cramped and dirty.
  3. Has anyone been to RFD recently? And if so, how was the food? This is one place that I really want to like better than I do. I long to spend time there not only enjoying their excellent selection of brews, but enjoying some decent food, as well.
  4. Has anyone actually eaten at the Dominion Brewpub out in Ashburn? Their taps are the best in the area, in my opinion, but the last time I ate there (almost five years ago), the food left a whole lot to be desired.
  5. Lately, I've been having dreams about that french toast. I must get back there soon
  6. Heller's is back, according to a post by ANC member Jack McKay on the Mount Pleasant DC Forum:
  7. I agree. And drop a couple of Hershey's Kisses into that steaming latte, for presentation
  8. We went there for dinner last year for restaurant week, and while I don't recall what I ordered, I do remember it being a rather disappointing meal.
  9. The closest thing to Tonic I can think of in Loudoun County is King's Court Tavern, in downtown Leesburg. Although when I lived there, TGI Friday's seemed to be the most popular neighborhood hangout
  10. Regular soda: Dr. Pepper. The good stuff: Sanpellegrino Chinotto
  11. Either that, or they've been lurking here and have decided that they had better get their act together
  12. This sounds more like a marketing gimmick than anything else. I would be curious to know the percentage of beers that are consumed right from the bottle/can, versus from a glass. Whenever possible, I will pour my beer into a glass before drinking it.
  13. Roger Troutman

    Magic Hat - VT

    It's okay. #9 seems to be available on tap just about everywhere around here.
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