F is for “foodie,” a person with a particular interest in food who is always up for trying new places and has a refined yet adventurous palate.
And this month at Potomac Lifestyle, we are all about feasting with foodies as we scratch the surface of all the fine eats and drinks Potomac has to offer. We highlight the following delicious restaurants: Brooklyn’s Deli, Harvest, Lock 72 and Normandie Farm. We explore the editor’s hand-picked 10 best vineyards perfect for a day trip. And we introduce you to energy healing—food for the soul from Atousa Raissyan of Soulystic.
The dog days of summer brought us ice cream, refreshing salads and cocktails enjoyed by the pool as we celebrated the Fourth of July, vacations and abundant sunshine. But the autumnal days of October bring us chili cooking on the stove, seasonal fruits and veggies and pumpkin spice as we celebrate football season, some warm-weather relief and shorter days moving toward the end of the year.
Whether you consider yourself a foodie, a gourmet, an epicure or just an average eater; whether you’re into nachos at a game, craft beer at your favorite brewery, a latte from your favorite café or just a pumpkin full of leftover Halloween candy, we hope this issue inspires you to check out the amazing food scene right here in Potomac. Enjoy!
Stay hungry, Potomac.
We’ll see you around!