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Every January to April, cider season is celebrated (in the best possible way) in Spain's Basque country. Nestled in the hills of San Sebastián are Sagardotegias also known as Cider Houses where cider producers celebrate their harvest with lively and interactive dinners.
As I was perusing through my twitter feed one Sunday morning, a mouthwatering image of a runny egg on top of prosciutto and polenta caught my eye (and appetite) and that's how I ended up recently discovering the newest Italian/Pizzeria restaurant in the Ballston corridor - Pizza Vinoteca.
Kapnos Taverna, has more of a focus on seafood from the Greek islands, such as Paros, as opposed to its sister Grecian eatery, Kapnos on 14th Street in Washington, DC, which is more meat-centric. Don't fret, you will still find traditional Greek dishes on the menu, such as spit-roasted lamb, spreads like the taramosalta and mezzes like dolmades, which will no doubt whet your appetite as well.