If you’re in the D.C. area, these five food apps will help make everything — from weeknight dinners to weekend happy hours, and yes, even ordering booze to your front door — easier.
It was a tasty year, indeed. From juicy burgers to fresh juices, here are the top food stories of 2015.
More chefs are throwing out their traditional white plates and are throwing clay instead. It’s all part of an effort to enhance the overall dining experience.
You won’t find chicken fingers and French fries on this children’s menu. A local restaurant serves innovative and healthy options to teach kids the ins-and-outs of dining out.
Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but it\’s not the most social. More Americans eat their meals solo, one study finds.
More people are ditching traditional dining options and opting for intimate and adventurous food experiences.
The holiday season isn\’t slowing down the rate of new restaurants opening in the D.C. area.
How much do Washingtonians eat out and how much are they spending? Zagat uncovers the top dining trends in the D.C. area.
The District\’s top chefs and restaurateurs gathered at The Hamilton in D.C. Tuesday to hear the finalists of the 2013 RAMMY Awards. Here are this year\’s nominees.
Six inaugural balls. Three nights. WTOP Living
Editor Stephanie Steinberg is on a ball hopping
adventure. Follow her journey for inside look at
the 2013 inaugural ball scene.
Some salads on restaurant menus today have more
calories than a Whopper.