Page 11 of 11
1. Vinegar Hill House
Tucked far away from the train stops near the Navy Yard, this small, bustling townhouse is practically the only sign of life in a somewhat rural-looking patch of Vinegar Hill. A wood-burning stove glows from inside like a hearth, beckoning wanderers in. There can be many of those on weekends, but a seat at a rickety wooden table or the grapevine-strewn patio is worth a wait. Supple, fresh pastas, seasonal salads and magnificent entrees roll out of the open kitchen to oohs and aahs. It's hard not to fall in love here.