Tom Sietsema, Washington Post

To discover what comes out of Rusty Holman's big smoker, head Due South. Read

Eater DC: Where to Eat and Drink in Navy Yard

Get your Creole and barbecue fix at this southern-themed restaurant. Menu options include hot crawfish dip, Texas-style brisket, Brunswick stew, collard greens, and pork and beans. A pimento cheeseburger, pork hash, and jalapeno cheddar grits take center stage during brunch. And as no southern menu is complete without a cocktail, sit down to a gin-creme de violette Savannah Sparkler or the bourbon-brown sugar-orange bitters Bear Bryant Old Fashioned, a nod to the iconic football coach from the University of Alabama. Read

Bitches Who Brunch

DC's Best and Worst Brunches of 2016. Best Bro Brunch: Due South. Read

The Hungry Lobbyist

An Honest Southern Review of Due South. Read


Shrimp and Grits and Hot Chicken by Nats Park. Read

Washington City Paper

Southern Restaurant, Due South, Coming to Navy Yard. Read

J D Land

Lumber Shed's Southern Cuisine Spot Officially Announced. Read

Hill Now

Due South Aims to Bring ‘Larrupin’ Good’ Food to Navy Yard. Read

Washington City Paper

Due South Brings Nashville Hot Chicken and St. Louis-Style Ribs to Navy Yard. Read

Bad Sentences

Due South, the Perfect Addition to Navy Yard. Read


Even President Barack Obama has a tough time saying Arcidiacono. Read

SB Nation- VU Hoops

The Wildcats in Washington: 2016 National Champions honored at the White House Read


Two New Restaurants Coming to the Lumber Shed. Read

21st Century Fox

21CF hosts World Series Watch Party in D.C., joined by U.S. Representatives, House and Senate staff. Read