Brine featured in “25 Best Burgers in Washington, D.C.”

From VacationIdea: 25 Best Burgers in Washington, D.C. There are few other foods so representative of American cuisine than the hamburger. Just as one would expect, the nation’s capital offers its share of world-class burgers, which range from traditional diner fare to inventive and creative takes on the classic. Whether you are looking for a …

We Don’t Ever Want to Stop Eating the Burger at BRINE

We Don't Ever Want to Stop Eating the Burger at BRINE

Jody from Burger Days writes: Every once in a long while we come across a burger so tasty, so wonderful – so damn good – we want nothing more than to lay down and spoon with the beefy beauty for all eternity. … If they were ever looking to re-calibrate the industry standard for a …

Eater’s 2015 Oyster Happy Hour Guide

From DC Eater: Mosaic District newcomer Brine started its oyster happy hour on Thursday, May 14. Get a pint of draft beer and half a dozen oysters for $15. There are also wine and punch options. The deal goes from 5-6 p.m. Tuesday-Friday.

First Look: Brine Opens in the Mosaic District

First Look: Brine Opens in the Mosaic District

From ZAGAT: The Mosaic District landed another culinary coup last night with the official grand opening of Brine, a restaurant related to the ever-popular Rappahannock Oyster Bar in DC’s Union Market, Rappahannock Restaurant in Richmond and Merroir in Topping, VA. Owner Travis Croxton, who revived Rappahannock Oyster Co. with his cousin, Ryan, says oyster fans …

Brine Opens Today (Washington City Paper)

Brine Opens Today (Washington City Paper)

From Washington City Paper: Brine will highlight fish like croaker and perch that are readily available locally but not often found on menus because everyone is looking for salmon. Five choices of simply prepared fish come with a selection of sauces like preserved lemon aioli and wakame seaweed salsa verde. Meanwhile, invasive blue catfish is …

Oysters for Merrifield: Inside Brine at Mosaic District

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From DC eater: Natural woods and hanging lights surround the space, which has huge ceilings and a big central bar. Seafood is a main focus, but Critchley will also prepare wood-fired meats and showcase various Mid-Atlantic producers. Jo-Jo Valenzuela is handling the beverage program. Doors will open at 5 p.m. today with a prosecco toast.