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.
These dinners are truly a performance of multiple artists.
Tasty plates and a cool patio are always a big draw, so Logan Circle’s Dovetail in the Viceroy Hotel was destined to be a popular neighborhood hotspot.
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.
The newest location of Butter Me Up invites customers to “pay what they want” on Thursday, September 8, when 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to the Washington Area Women’s Foundation.
Here are the winners of the 40th Annual RAMMY Awards. Accolades were offered in a variety of categories from professional honors to public dining favorites.
Buena Vida Gastrolounge (2900 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, Virginia 2220) serves lunch, dinner, weekend brunch, and late-night fun. Recently redesigned to showcase its honest Mexican experience tied to natural ingredients, there is also now more booth seating, plush comfortable chairs, and other atmospheric reasons for lingering. But let’s be honest, it’s the food that gets you there and keeps you.
Not only is there breakfast available all day, but diners can enjoy three different restaurant concepts in a revolutionary new food court experience at Dupont Circle’s new somewhat under-the-radar (and, yes, underground!) Underground Food Court.
Shining a spotlight on seafood and vegetables on its menu — though meat options are available — with a laid-back West Coast atmosphere, guests are already loving Bar Ivy’s alluring indoor/outdoor vibe in Clarendon.
Summer Restaurant Week, presented by Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW), returns as the biannual celebration of the region’s resilient restaurant industry from Monday, August 15 – Sunday, August 21.