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WTOP sat down with Laura Hayes of Dining Bisnow to talk about the hottest dining trends in the District.
As if running award-winning restaurants, writing cookbooks and teaching classes at Harvard and George Washington universities weren't enough to keep chef Jose Andres busy, his D.C.-based ThinkFoodGroup has started a retail business selling Spanish oils and foods.
Imagine having a world-famous chef as a college instructor -- and no, it's not cooking school.
Twenty years ago, restaurant partners Rob Wilder and Roberto Alvarez convinced a 23-year-old chef to help them launch a new restaurant in downtown D.C.
Washington chef Jose Andres is reopening his acclaimed Minibar restaurant in a new location after a summer hiatus.
Washington chef Jose Andres is joining the city's food truck craze by rolling out Spanish dishes from a new mobile eatery called Pepe.
After a holiday hiatus, the WTOP entertainment guide is finally back and ready to kick off the new year with events galore. This weekend, "Red" comes to D.C., dragons take over Rockville and kids become spies.
A new restaurant in the District provides patriotic nourishment to ring in the Fourth of July, but don't hesitate to make a reservation or it might disappear.
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