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.
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.
There’s good news for food fans who have been unable to shovel out and shovel down some specialty-priced three-course meals: Restaurant Week has been extended.
Step into Hank Dietle’s Tavern in Rockville, Maryland, and you walk back in time.
It’s an antiquated system that’s unfair to most food industry employees, which is why some restaurants are doing away with tipping. But will it stick? And what does this mean for the customer?
These days, dining out is about so much more than the taste of the food. Chefs are paying added attention to the textures, colors and materials used in their dining rooms.
A mistake by Montgomery County’s Department of Liquor Control has some restaurant owners fuming.
Local celebrity chef José Andrés has raised $9.25 million for Beefsteak, the vegetable-focused, fast-casual restaurant he launched in D.C. in March.
The team behind popular Japanese spot Daikaya has two new restaurants planned.
With tickets ranging from $199 to as high as $799, big spenders are certainly paying for the prime views many of the restaurants have of the famous ball drop.
Restaurant Business is out with its list of the top 100 highest-grossing independent restaurants in the country, and quite a few from Washington made the list.
The fourth annual Chefs for Equality took place on Oct. 20 at the The Ritz-Carlton, West End in Northwest D.C.
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