Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown DC

Greco: A Fresh Greek Twist On The Standard Lunch Bowl

By Celeste Viana, Hoya Staff Writer February 14, 2024

There’s a new addition to the bowl scene in Georgetown. Greco, a fast-casual Greek restaurant based in Boston, opened  Jan. 15 at the corner of Dumbarton Street and Wisconsin Avenue. They serve...

Serving exquisite dishes that blend Mediterranean and Caribbean cuisine, Tail Up Goat is the latest venture from the team behind the acclaimed Greek restaurant Komi.

Cuisines Collide in DC’s Latest ‘It’ Restaurant

By Diana Heldfond April 15, 2016

★★★★★  A modern bistro that serves Mediterranean and Caribbean cuisine, Adams Morgan restaurant Tail Up Goat has been making waves in the District. Owners Bill Jensen, Jill Tyler and...

New Eatery Offers Fresh Variations on Italian Classics

By Caitlin Sanders September 18, 2015

$$$$ ★★★★☆ For those looking for a delicious and extravagant Italian meal, look no further than Centrolina. Although the food is delicious, eating here is not within the average college...

Fast Food Lacks Kick

By Ellie Goonetillake September 18, 2015

$$$$ ★★☆☆☆ Located in the heart of Georgetown, just a few steps from Baked and Wired, Moby Dick is a no-frills diner with a Mediterranean and Persian feel. It evokes the idea of simple,...

Six-Course Mediterranean Meal is Worth its Price

By Allison Hillsbery February 13, 2015

★★★★★ A historic setting, great service and impeccable food will always add up to a truly memorable dining experience — but that combination is not easy to find. Luckily, this trifecta...

Mediterranean Brunch Caters To Young, Urban Tastes

By Flor Lee March 28, 2014

★★★☆☆ $$$$ Mediterranean restaurant Urbana possessed a welcoming yet robust atmosphere that immediately set the tone for the upcoming meal. Although it was moderately populated when I...

Professor Discusses Mediterranean’s World Influence

By Andrew Wilson March 23, 2013

Edmund Burke III, a research professor at the University of California at Santa Cruz, analyzed the significance of the Mediterranean’s geographic location in the development of the region during the...

Mediterranean Bistro Fit for the Gods

By Peter Brigham February 11, 2013

Craving the cold that kept many Washingtonians inside last weekend, a friend and I ventured to Bethesda to sample the cuisine of the restaurant Bacchus of Lebanon. While getting to the restaurant involves...

Mediterranean Fusion Misses the Mark

By Jasmine Wee September 7, 2012

3/5 stars $$ Agora, a Mediterranean fusion restaurant in Dupont Circle, is a neighborhood gem. Stepping inside the red-bricked interior, one finds a relaxed but polished setting. Similarly,...

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