Mar 8 2012

who will be voted the best new chef 2012

Food & Wine announces that voting has begun for The People’s Best New Chef 2012. Chef Christopher Edwards, of The Restaurant at Patowmack Farm, is in the running.

Lovettsville, VA (March 5, 2012) –- Today FOOD & WINE invites the dining public to select The People’s Best New Chef, a program now in its second year. The award, an extension of the FOOD & WINE Best New Chefs program, honors talented up-and-coming innovators who have run their own kitchens for five years or fewer. The dining public will determine The People’s Best New Chef winner via online vote beginning today and continuing through March 11.

Beverly Morton Billand, owner of Patowmack Farm, is thrilled to announce the recognition for her Executive Chef Christopher Edwards. “Chris has been such a wonderful advocate of my vision for Patowmack Farm creating local, organic, seasonal menus for our guests. I’m so thrilled to see this National recognition and invite all of our guests to honor him with their vote, said Morton Billand.
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Jun 15 2011

taste of italy in national harbor

Once you step into Fiorella Pizzeria e Caffé you feel transported to Italy. Attention to detail was not overlooked with the construction of this restaurant. The interior was designed and built in Italy before being shipped and installed by Italian craftsmen.

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May 31 2011

pizzeria moto

Pizzeria Moto owner, Jay Clement, is making some seriously good pies. Superb wood fired oven pizzas made fresh on location from a mobile brick oven. What more could you ask for?

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May 29 2011

Fiorella Pizzeria e Caffé

Grand Opening Weekend in Maryland’s National Harbor

It’s all about pizza and Italy at Fiorella Pizzeria e Caffé located in the National Harbor Plaza. Fiorella offers over 30 artisanal thin-crust pizzas in a restaurant where the entire dining area was built in Italy. The walls, booths, tables, chairs, light fixtures, art and sculptures were built in La Spezia, Italy. Once everything arrived on site at National Harbor, a team of highly skilled Italian craftsmen, carpenters and masons (who have never before been to America) arrived to do the installation.

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