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It's hard to find a hot, nutritious lunch in D.C. for under $10, let alone one that's made from scratch and delivered free of charge in 20 minutes or less, but local startup MunchQuick is making it easier.
When the president and first lady go out to eat, where they dine and what they order makes headlines. But most have no idea how they eat when they are home. A chef for three presidents shares the details.
GCDC's cheesemonger brings a bit of theater to diners privy to an item not on the menu. She makes fresh mozzarella to order.
There's no sense in depriving yourself of lobster rolls and ice cream cones on summer vacation -- or apple cider doughnuts and IPAs as we ease into fall, but not every meal needs to be an indulgent one when traveling.
From how to order whiskey with confidence to understanding wine, style and flowers -- D.C. businesses teach locals how to be a gentleman.
If you don't want to shell out the cash for a beach weekend, but still need a way to stay cool and have fun, an outdoor water festival might do the trick.
D.C. is home to a number of celebrities, but none are adored quite like this Adams Morgan pup, famous for his spot in the window.
With hundreds of food trucks roaming the streets, D.C. pedestrians have no shortage of food options. Now, boaters have a place to grab a bite with D.C.'s first food boat.
The average adult in the U.S. consumes 200 mg of caffeine each day. But do you know from where that caffeine comes? The answer may surprise you.
Every bride wants to say "yes" to the dress, but for plus-size brides, it's not always easy. A Maryland bridal boutique will be featured on TLC for its business with "curvy" brides.
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