Thanks to all of YOU for voting for Hank’s Oyster Bar in the Washington Blade’s Best of Gay DC 2015! We are thrilled to be named Best Seafood Restaurant!
On Sunday, June 14th, Jamie Leeds with the help of Hank’s Dupont Executive Chef Theary So will participate alongside several other renowned female chefs at the annual Sunday Supper at Union Market, an evening benefiting The James Beard Foundation’s Women in Culinary Leadership Scholarship Program. The duo will be serving Seared Scallops with Raw Squash Pasta, Arugula Pesto, Heirloom Cherry Tomatoes, Goat Cheese Stuffed Squash Blossoms and Pecorino at the private, multi-course dinner. Click here to purchase tickets to this memorable event!
We are THRILLED that you voted us Best Seafood Restaurant again this year! We LOVE you back!! Check out all the winners HERE!
Thank you to everyone for nominating Hank’s Oyster Bar for Best Seafood in the Washington Post Express Best of DC 2014! We love you back!! Now that you’ve nominated us, we could sure use your vote. Voting runs through September 19th, and you only need to vote once. Click here to vote! 🙂
We were thrilled Sunday night at the RAMW Rammy Awards Ceremony when we were awarded the Rammy for Favorite Gathering Place of the Year!! What made it particularly great is that this award is publicly voted…which means YOU voted us YOUR favorite!! We can feel the love and we love you back mucho!
DC Eater, Tuesday, April 8, 2014, by Eater Staff
DC Eater, Tuesday, April 8, 2014, by Missy Frederick
We are just absolutely thrilled and honored to be nominated by the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW) in 3 categories this year! Best Everyday Casual Restaurant of the Year (Dupont), Cocktail Program of the Year (Hank’s On The Hill) and Favorite Gathering Place of the Year (Dupont). Shuck Yeah! READ WASHINGTON POST ARTICLE HERE
The Daily Grind, By Kristen Oliveri – Special Contributor, January 28, 2014
The taste of a perfect oyster can recall vivid memories of a summer vacation, a taste of home, or a memorable meal. Oyster bars throughout the United States bring that sense of ‘home’ to hungry travelers in search of a succulent raw bar. From the middle of bustling New York City to San Francisco out to Kingstown, Rhode Island, oyster bars come in many different forms, and we’ve rounded up the top 21 in America. READ FULL STORY HERE