The new Cedar Knoll restaurant retains much of the building’s original character, with wood beams, a “log cabin room” that is the original log cabin built on the property in the 1800s, when it was part of River Farm on George Washington’s Mount Vernon plantation.
Rep. Blake Farenthold, a Republican, proposed an amendment in the House Transportation Committee Thursday that would expand the perimeter to 1,425 miles. Why that distance? His hometown is Corpus Christi, Texas, which is 1,384 miles from Reagan National.
Passengers may be carried along the Northeast D.C. corridor as soon as Feb. 26.
The D.C. Taxicab Commission has unveiled the D.C. Taxi app, allowing potential riders to hail a cab much the way they do with Uber and Lyft.
The 9:30 Club in D.C. will play host to a new variety show set to air on public television starting in the spring.
Tysons Galleria is taking the idea of a food court to another level with its latest culinary offering: a 41,000-square-foot dining hall from “Top Chef” alum and foodie favorite Mike Isabella.
Several of Alexandria’s landmark and historic public buildings are falling apart, and fixing them will cost hundreds of millions of dollars, according to a new city report.
Prolific restaurant owner Geoff Dawson is planning to open a new location at the Georgetown Park mall, building on a network of venues including Bedrock Billiards and Penn Social.
Inova Health System will begin offering genetic tests in its standard checks of all newborns at its new Women and Children’s Hospital at the cost of the health system.
D.C.-based online paint service EasyPaint, which connects online users to vetted professional painting services, has expanded into the San Francisco market.
Flush with more cash than C. Montgomery Burns, the big airlines have adopted a new mantra: Let them eat stroopwafel–or speculoos. In case you missed the earth-shattering, diet-busting news, United Airlines this week revived the…
America’s Kids, a discount children’s retailer that sells clothing, toys and necessities including strollers and furniture, opened an 11,000-square-foot store Wednesday near the Minnesota Avenue Metro station on the Orange Line.
Called Notarize, an Arlington tech start-up received $2.4 million in seed funding led by Polaris Partners to launch an app to take the inconvenience out of finding a notary.
The Sovereign, which opens Thursday, is a hidden gem, located in an alley building that was formerly home to Blue Gin lounge and Champions sports bar.
The move from Landover to Lanham — where the company will lease space — is to accommodate an additional 900 jobs 2U plans to create in Prince George’s County during the next five years.