Fish & Fire Food Group is opening a new sustainably-focused restaurant this spring at 2100 2nd Street SW. The Point will feature fresh seafood, coastal cuisine, and other American fare.
What’s the deal with those naked photos of DC notables in the restaurant and hospitality industry popping up all over social media?
Matt Baker’s popular Baker’s Daughter café and market is expanding into a second location, opening in Chinatown later this winter.
The Fainting Goat has launched its winter pandemic pop-up “NO SOUP FOR YOU,” a takeout/delivery-only ghost kitchen serving comforting soups, hearty stews, and dippable breads.
Traditionally held in early December each year, the 2020 Kennedy Center Honors was postponed until May 2021 due to the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the 43rd annual awardees and dates have been announced.
Now in its eighth year, the Golden Triangle BID’s Golden Haiku competition is an opportunity to share your prose while connecting globally and regionally with others.
Tiny Jewel Box decided that the best way to acknowledge ALL the ick of 2020 was to honor people who have “brought light to the community in the midst of so much darkness.” (Honor = a $1000 Tiny Jewel Box gift certificate!)
Folger Consort’s Christmas concert is a beloved DC tradition each year. 2020’s concert — a virtual seasonal celebration — allows guests to watch in the comfort of their homes, and on a range of dates… at any time they choose.
In honor of World AIDs Day (Tuesday, December 1), Safeway’s Pharmacy, in partnership with community organization Us Helping Us (UHU), is offering FREE HIV testing.
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts announced that it will cancel all previously scheduled programs through April 25, 2021, due to the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.