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The holiday season isn't slowing down the rate of new restaurants opening in the D.C. area.
D.C. is seeing more than a boom in real estate and millennial residents. As the city grows, so do the food options.
When the Waterfront Market opens in Old Town Alexandria next week, it'll be the first time in quite awhile that people are coming for something other than a leisurely stroll along the Potomac.
The Iron Gate's shell, along with its signature tucked-away feel, are still there, but much will be changed when the next incarnation of the Dupont Circle restaurant opens its doors next week.
In Ocean City, Maryland's long-time seaside resort town, the creations of some of the low-key restaurants, crab shacks and strip mall seafood huts are proving to be just as much a draw as the Atlantic Ocean east of the Coastal Highway and scenic waterfront spots like Isle of Wight Bay and Assowoman Bay to the west.
Although the number of burger joints in D.C. seems to multiply daily, Connecticut-based Plan B Burger Bar is banking on the region's continued appetites for the all-American food.
"Top Chef" alum Mike Isabella's next project will be a Greek restaurant in Arlington's Ballston neighborhood. Kapnos Taverna, a sister to the recently opened Kapnos on 14th Street NW in D.C., will open in the summer of 2014.
A Hagerstown restaurant is getting a makeover from a Food Network reality show.
The list of Arlington's dog-friendly outdoor seating areas is out, just in time for fall's more al fresco-friendly temperatures.
Many men who have popped into an upscale restaurant at the last minute -- or who failed to research the restaurant's dress policy -- are all too familiar with the dining room walk-of-shame.