Following its recent major renovation, the 428-room Hilton Alexandria Mark Center now showcases an exhibition of some of the Torpedo Art Center’s most distinguished creators in its refreshed lobby.
DC Cocktail Week, presented by Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW), the week-long celebration of the area’s cocktail culture, is back from November 28 – December 4, 2022.
DC’s West End Ritz Carlton was the scene of the Colorectal Cancer Alliance’s return to philanthropic rally and remembrance on Saturday, October 29th, when its signature Blue Hope Bash took place in person again.
Several area restaurants are offering non-partisan perks to those who show their sticker on Tuesday, November 8th — Election Day!
Head here for a variety of delicious dishes, from coconut curry chicken to sofrito shrimp, “gangsta mac,” and even fried plantains.
RdV Vineyards, located about an hour outside of Washington, has been lauded and lamented for its exclusivity — reservation-only tastings for $120 per person !!? — but no one can deny the place and the pours don’t disappoint.
This Halloween season, DC’s own Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken will offer special half-dozen boxes of Stranger Things-themed doughnuts.
Originally inspired by the Embassy Chef Challenge, which is now the festival’s flagship event, the larger weekend will be chock full of celebrations that can be enjoyed by global foodies of all ages.
Chef Mike Cordero’s new indoor/outdoor restaurant, Carbonara, will offer a menu of classic Italian, focusing on the southern region of Italy, with all food made in-house and pasta prepared daily.
Making its US debut in Washington, DC, Mexican Geniuses features over 300 projections and video-mapping that showcases the vibrant and bold works of two of the most prolific artists of the 20th century.