Another tenant has been announced for The Yards project in Southeast D.C.: an ice cream shop from local ice cream purveyor Ice Cream Jubilee.
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Go For the Food: backbar offers craft cocktails, creative small plates not far from Boston
You'll have to buy your next holiday ham elsewhere: The planned Alexandria-area Wegmans will not open in 2014, store officials say.
Rabbi certifies pope's Vatican hotel kitchen kosher for a day as pope plays host to rabbis
The saying goes, "You are what you eat," but does that theory extend to, "You are what's in your refrigerator?"
Many experience a mid-winter slump this time of year, and a weekend getaway is often a quick fix to remedy the cold-weather blues.
About 1.7 million pounds of Kraft products are being recalled because they contain soy and it's not disclosed on the labels.
Many refuse to drink W.Va. water that's been declared safe; experts say fears are justified
Time magazine calls White Castle slider 'most influential burger of all time'
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PepsiCo discontinues 'natural' Gatorade
Celebs might be bundled come Super Bowl kickoff, but the parties will be smokin' hot
New regulations will relax the rules on where and how Virginia restaurants can advertise happy hour specials.
Oregon agency finds that refusal to bake wedding cake violated same-sex couple's civil rights
Horse slaughter plans blocked with president signing bill that prevents federal inspections
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GMO labeling debate shifts to Olympia; bill would label genetically engineered salmon
Even if you're heading back to the dining room or upstairs for a private party, the grandiose bar at Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak and Stone Crab in downtown D.C. begs you to stop and take it in.
New points of debate emerge in Colorado, Washington after marijuana legalization