While there are literally so many places we want to dine right now, we noticed ten that are serious best bets for Restaurant Week. Like how is it even possible to get a three-course dinner at one of DC’s top steakhouses for only $35??!
When Bajaj announced his iconic Bombay Club would be closing for renovations, some patrons were nervous. Why mess with a power spot that has always been sure to please?
Known as ‘Fiestas Patrias’, the Peruvian Independence holiday is celebrated on July 28th and usually lasts for a full two days. Folk music, patriotic parades and processionals, costumes, and merriment are to be expected, as is a festival of food! While DC has a number… Read More
Plnt Burger’s new mobile kitchen trailer debuts in Georgetown’s Sandlot pop-up this summer. But this additional location isn’t all that’s new!
The Doyle Hotel’s chic neighborhood and in-the-know outdoor gathering spot has partnered with famed Japanese spirits brand House of Suntory this summer to create a scene straight from the files of the mid-century jetset.
Fitzgerald’s lends itself to gaiety in the form of a convivial atmosphere and darn good eats and drinks
Along with large-scale mural installations, the new WHINO in Ballston Quarter offers guests lowbrow/pop surrealist art for sale while enjoying an interesting menu of sips and shareable small plates. The entire concept comes from Shane Pomajambo, owner of Art Whino gallery, offering guests a way to invest in paintings, toys, digital art, and sculpture while socializing.
The 2021 Summer Restaurant Week returns as a one-week promotion, with a focus on on-premise dining, that features a prix-fixe offer for lunch, dinner, or brunch from Monday, August 9 – Sunday, August 15.
Western Market is a thoroughly modern marketplace, set to be a dining destination, home to over a dozen food and beverage vendors in one place, just steps from Georgetown and the West End.
The 2021 RAMMY award showcase is set to be unlike any other year for a number of reasons, including new categories, new requirements, and new opportunities for DC-area dining establishments that previously may have been ineligible to win.