Nycci Nellis of TheListAreYouOnIt.com discusses some of the best New Year’s Eve events in the D.C. area.
You might not think that December is a great time to promote new restaurants, but you’d be surprised.
The holiday season isn\’t slowing down the rate of new restaurants opening in the D.C. area.
Hungry for something new? Nycci Nellis dishes on a handful of restaurants that recently opened in the D.C. area.
As if you needed a reason to indulge in grilled cheese, April is
National Grilled Cheese Month. And lots of local restaurants are making it easy to
get a cheese fix these next few weeks.
The Jewish holiday of Passover began Monday and lasts eight days. While Jews avoid all things leavened, there are several local restaurants with Passover-friendly meals.
If you\’re in the mood for doughnuts, pizza or cocktails, three new D.C. area eateries that opened this month will satisfy your cravings.
The always-glitzy official after-party of the
Oscars, The Governors Ball
is itself a blockbuster affair with a star-
studded guest list and show-stopping menu created
and executed by chef Wolfgang Puck.
Wear your purple and green, grab some beads and get ready to party at New Orleans-style Mardi Gras bashes.
The lunar year 4711 will mark the year of the Snake. Foodie Nycci Nellis shares where to go to eat and celebrate.
There can\’t be too many cooks in the kitchen for
this event. The 5th annual Sips & Suppers
fundraiser will take place in the D.C. area this
weekend and feature dishes from local and
internationally renown chefs.
Beginning at 1 p.m. Thursday, Nycci Nellis will
answer your food, wine and going out questions.