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“We don't eat out that often, but the last 2 times we have gone out for lunch it's been to a restaurant called Oya for bimimbop, my new favorite dish in the whole world.”
“Popovsky is using the designer behind trendy Oya and Sei in Penn Quarter, Maggie O'Neill, to transform the staid interior left by Il Mulino into a "bright space" incorporating a contemporary log cabin motif using a million pennies.”
“Wright's Imperial Hotel was a massive, elaborate cave of brick and local Oya stone with a romantic overlay of exotic detail.”
“Oya restaurant is noisy on a Thursday night, but Rosen Singleton and Hlibok, who are deaf, communicate by signing or reading lips anyway.”
“Well-versed dancers can feel the spirits of Oshun and ancient women collecting water alongside the Niger Delta, the passion of Oya and Shango's love affair and the graceful force of the omnipresent Yemaya.”
“Terrence Howard lunching at Oya Thursday with his daughter and three others.”
“In her ideal cyberworld, "if you Google something, it shouldn't pick up blogs," the District's first lady reasons from the corner booth at Oya, the stylishy mod Penn Quarter restaurant that has become her lunchtime favorite.”
“At 40, her slim, yoga-toned figure and flat-ironed hair fit nicely into the magazine format, and she turns heads as she walks into Oya wearing a black jacket by Italian fashion designer Alidio Michelli.”
“I also enjoyed how Messerer beefed up the mythology of the film by interweaving the story of the first vampire, Oya, into the plot.”
“The characters constantly break the third wall to announce things like "Oya cries" or "I walk in like a cat in the jungle ready to pounce.”
Looking for tweets for Oya.