A new restaurant, backed by a famous doctor, focuses its menu on healthy, anti-inflammatory foods. And the food\’s taste keeps bringing diners back.
D.C.\’s Penn Quarter expands its restaurant choices with its new Neighborhood Restaurant Group spot, The Partisan.
Oceanfront diners in at a California restaurant had a soggy meal after a wave crashed through the business\’ window.
Chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley of Cleveland Park\’s Ripple is opening a second restaurant in Adams Morgan at 2446 18th St. NW, the former location of the popular bar, The Reef.
A sticker declaring support for the Second Amendment has become the must-have item for like-minded shop owners across the country. And it\’s the brainchild of a Leesburg restaurant owner.
Downtown Silver Spring, Md., will soon be home to a new coffee shop, butcher shop, bar and restaurant — all under one roof.
A new mobile app, ValPark, is aiming to eliminate one of the hassles of a night out in Washington, D.C. — finding, paying for and waiting for valet parking. The service just launched at 10 popular restaurants and plans to increase locations in the near future.
Busboys and Poets is planning to open its fifth location in Takoma Park, and the new restaurant will also feature a local market.
Ted\’s Bulletin has been a local favorite for years, luring diners back to its Capitol Hill location for its boozy milkshakes and homemade pop tarts. Now, Ted\’s is expanding its reach with its second location on 14th Street in Northwest D.C.
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The opening of Libertine, Adams Morgan\’s new absinthe bar, has ushered in an era in the District where absinthe is now available without the veil of secrecy it wore for so long.
Two of the restaurants that will add to 14th Street\’s emerging
\”really little Italy\” are planning for mid-June openings.
One of the California city\’s oldest restaurants plans to open a location in the District.
\”Artini\” featured bartenders from eight D.C. restaurants, which concocted special cocktails inspired by a work of art from Corcoran\’s collection.
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.