Elisabeth Grant

ELISABETH is a NOVA native, Virginia Tech Hokie, Web Content Editor, and Writer of Blog Posts.

10 NFT Questions:
My Day Job:
     Web Content Editor for a nonprofit.
What I'm listening to:
     Vampire Weekend, The Sounds, Lily Allen, Ben Kweller, Death Cab for Cutie,
What I'm reading:
     Reading Lolita in Tehran
What I've just seen:
     Slumdog Millionaire
What I believe in:
     People. Just when you give up on them they surprise you.
What pisses me off:
     Rudeness, covers at bars (when there's no live music), and wind.
What I really think of NFT:
     I like you, but not in that way.
The question I really wanted to answer was:
     Q: Why did the pirate go on vacation?
    A: For some Rrrrrr and Rrrrrrr.
Further contact info:
     Just use the bat signal.
What sanctifies me:
Elisabeth's Radars Valentino's
Mystery: New York-Style Pizza
1/26/2009 Restaurants, — Maybe it's the spring water Valentino's uses in its freshly made dough. Or perhaps it's that the o...

Georgetown Cupcake
Great Cakes
1/21/2009 Restaurants, Georgetown — There is a reason that Georgetown Cupcake won the recent Washington Post Cupcake Wars. They won be...

Wine Snobs Welcome
1/16/2009 Nightlife, The Hill — Sometimes you just want to get a little fancy. And if you're on Capitol Hill, Sonoma Restaurant an...

New Taste for the Bayou
1/12/2009 Restaurants, Logan Circle / U Street — And I've tried it. So I can personally aver that this is the truth. Acadiana is in the same family...

Sunflower Vegetarian Restaurant
Plants Make You(r Mouth) Dance
12/9/2008 Restaurants, — I think whoever decorated the Sunflower Vegetarian Restaurant just Googled "Sunflower" and proceeded...

Submitted Listings

Washington DC
Big Buns Step by step ordering plus lots of choices equals brain overload.
Brick's Pizza Order "The Ballston" for pizza with a mediterranean flair.
Five Guys Best burgers in Old Town (and maybe in all of the East Coast).
Ledo Pizza Pizza's secret ingredient = provolone. The toasted ravioli is a must-try.
PX This "speakeasy" requires a blazer and lots of dough.