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Tag Archives: Spice 6
A wildly popular and fast-growing Peruvian chicken chain in the greater D.C. area got its start on Route 1. Started by a Greek family in Beltsville in 2008, Sardi’s Chicken is known for its pollo a la brasa, a type … Continue reading
The newest addition to the Route 1 corridor’s burger scene also has a secret menu. Habit Burger, which opened at Riverdale Park Station recently, has some popular off-menu items. Two of the more popular options: A “Santa Barbara style” double … Continue reading
A second restaurant in Arts District Hyattsville is now advertising that it’s halal. Like the Elevation Burger a few doors down, the Spice 6 Indian restaurant has a small sticker on the door that its meat is certified to meet Muslim … Continue reading
Chain stores and restaurants provide most of the free Wi-Fi networks in Hyattsville. A survey by the Hyattsville Wire of local public Internet hotspots found that most of them are provided by national chains, especially around Prince George’s Plaza. That … Continue reading
Spice 6 has a secret-menu item of its own: Vik’s hot sauce. Named for restaurant owner Vik Singh, the sauce is a blend of Indian chili peppers, cooked Jalapenos, cayenne pepper, black pepper, dry ginger, sesame oil and the house spice … Continue reading
It might rain all weekend, so why not spend part of tomorrow indulging at Spice 6 and take advantage of its two-for-one promo, which runs Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Order a naan pizza and receive one of equal or … Continue reading
The Washingtonian has some praise for Spice 6 in its March issue. Dining Editor Todd Kliman writes that the Indian restaurant at the Shoppes at Arts District Hyattsville is the best of a number of recent restaurants hoping to borrow … Continue reading
A Bethesda company played a key role in making the Arts District hip. The Washington Post profiled the people behind Streetsense, the company which helped bring Busboys and Poets, Elevation Burger, Yes! Organic Market and Chipotle to the shopping area … Continue reading
The Washington Post gave Spice 6 a positive review today. The Indian restaurant in the Shoppes at Arts District Hyattsville has been a popular spot since it opened in May. Here’s what the Post’s Nevin Martell had to say: Behind … Continue reading
Spice 6 is stirring local media attention. The Washington Business Journal wrote a piece today about the Shoppes at Arts District Hyattsville’s newest eatery. Citybizlist and the Washington Examiner also had items about the new establishment. We were impressed to learn … Continue reading