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Ancora has excellent ambience, Kinkead's usual excellent kitchen and reasonable prices, a combination hard to resist. The noise level is subdued, allowing conversation at a normal speakng level, almost a rarity in our local restaurants. Kinkead's menu is heavier on fish, which is a specialty of his, than the usual menu, but there are plenty of other choices to satisfy even non-fish eaters such as myself.
Since opening inKinkead's has become synonymous with fresh seafood, generous portions, and quality dining, making it one of Washington D. Situated in the historic Foggy Bottom area, Kinkead's serves presidents, heads of state, politicos, and food lovers from around the world. Bob also shares lessons and reflections from a lifetime in the restaurant business, such as valuable tips for navigating the fish market, secrets to preparing fresh seafood, and colorful stories about the restaurant's prestigious clientele. More than recipes from Kinkead's, Washington D.
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The third location is the biggest yet with more space for posting up at the bar and bar area dining room behind the bar ; lots of exposed brick, bar height tables. This is a big development for the Foggy Bottom bar scene and adds to the great Bindaas a few doors down and the uber-popular Founding Farmers half a block down the street. View all posts by Barred in DC.
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The new location at Pennsylvania Ave. The D. The weekend brunch, served Saturday and Sunday from 10 a. The location was also inhabited by famed chef Bob Kinkead for two decades, until his eponymous seafood restaurant closed in
Slowly, things began to change for the better, thanks in part to some local restaurant pioneers. Kinkead'swhich opened in Foggy Bottom's Pennsylvania Ave. Back in the day, having a meal at Kinkead's was a big deal, especially for seafood lovers.