Some 250 participating restaurants around the D.C. area are offering $22 lunch and $35 prix fixe three course menus this week.
Ich bin ein Berliner? Restauranteur Omar Popal sure hopes so! His new scratch-made wurst and beer hall The Berliner (3401 Water Street NW) has replaced Malmaison on Water Street in Georgetown. The latest concept from The Popal Group, the DC-based family-run restaurant group whose Parisian style crêperie Cafe… Read More
I’m convinced persons with ASD are capable of a great deal more than many of us, or even they themselves, believe. — Whitney Ellenby Whitney Ellenby, of Bethesda, MD, runs the organization Autism Ambassadors which organizes exclusive events for hundreds of families in the area… Read More
Kings at the Studio Theater is a must-see for every Washingtonian. Written by Alexandria native Sarah Burgess, Kings is a play that uniquely speaks our language – so precisely in fact, it’s almost impossible to imagine how such a slice of truth from inside the beltway translates beyond our… Read More
Every single one is worth trying, but to snag the very best deals — like those $$$$ that we’ve all been dying to taste test — look for availability at these 15 favorites.
Jardenea — a playful take on the word for garden in French mixed with (and interestingly pronounced like) the gardenia flower albeit with a soft ‘j’ — is found in the Melrose Hotel. Well, it might take a bit of a hunt to actually find it… While it… Read More
This event highlights collaborations between Children’s National patients and notable area designers and artists. Together, 24 teams created holiday trees, mantelpieces, wreaths, menorahs and artwork – all available for purchase, with proceeds to benefit Children’s National.
To celebrate The Recording Academy’s new DC home and Advocacy HQ, the organization hosted a holiday party featuring Members of Congress… and GRAMMY nominee Julia Michaels.
Another day, another awesome new restaurant opening in Shaw.
For all its clumpy, lumpy, and hyperbolic moments, there’s no doubt the onstage dialogue will spark critical conversation about inequity and moral responsibility.