Anthony DiGregorio, former executive chef at DBGB Kitchen in 2021 after various roles with Daniel Boulud’s Dinex Group portfolio and other grand estates, is revamping Watergate’s signature Kingbird Restaurant with some french flair.
Unlike any other biography of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis — and with purposeful cover art that additionally sets it apart from any other biographies on the bookshelves right now — “Finding Jackie: A Life Reinvented” by DC-based author Oline Eaton is the study of a life lived behind ‘candid portraiture’ [Ron Galella] and newspaper column inches.
This is a game-changer for adventurous foodies in the DC area and anyone who loves Japanese food and culture.
Capital One owns a hotel in Tysons with an 18-hole miniature golf course, an adjacent concert and performance hall, and an urban rooftop space with a dog park. And the unbelievable part is that it’s conveniently accessible on the Silver Line?!
You’ll all want to know about the newest place to open in the Union Market District. Crooked Run Fermentation has a new collaborative concept with Pizza Serata.
The Golden Triangle BID’s Golden Haiku is back in its 10th year of neighborhood prose and inspiration.
DC’s landmark buildings, monuments, and memorials are basking in botany in the U.S. Botanic Gardens’ annual holiday exhibit — meaning they are made out of bark, acorns, husks, stems, leaves, lichen, and other natural elements.
New Year’s Day 2023 marked the 160th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, issued by President Lincoln to take effect on January 1, 1863. To commemorate the occasion, the National Bell Festival led a bell-ringing tribute from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
Well, it’s definitely unexpected. From the first moments after the curtain lifts, ‘Jane Anger’ is a raucous love letter to feminism with some astonishing twists and turns.
Zoo Lights is a free, but ticketed, holiday lights event at the National Zoo where you can see LED lights and glowing animal lanterns.