WASHINGTON — Many people have plans to slim down in January, but several restaurant and doughnut shop chains have other ideas. They’re rolling out or keeping limited-edition items on their menus in hopes you’ll stop…
Two of D.C.\’s cultural institutions in the restaurant and
retailing world will join forces next year when Politics and Prose
begins curating the retail book operations at most locations of
Busboys & Poets.
Reston Station\’s plaza is still a work in progress. On a typical weekday morning at the future mixed-use project at the Wiehle-Reston East Metro Station, there are commuters heading to and from Metro trains and construction workers taking a break from building the high-rise BLVD apartments.
Tex-Mex eatery Mi Cocina has closed in Chevy Chase about a year-and-a-half after it opened at 5471 Wisconsin Ave.
California Tortilla in Courthouse will be offering free burritos to customers on Thursday to celebrate a transition to a new franchise owner.
Burger 21, from Tampa-based Front Burner Brands, announced
on Wednesday that it is seeking new franchise owners for a new batch of
locations it hopes to open in Bethesda, Silver Spring, College Park, Rockville
and other places around the D.C. region.
One of Reston\’s go-to restaurants is nationally ranked.
A new bar in Georgetown is attracting everyone from college students to retirees. What\’s keeping everyone coming back? The keys are the key.
Goodbye big, national brands. There\’s a new mainstream retail market that\’s popping up in D.C. and across the nation. Why and how small business is succeeding.
Dividing the check doesn\’t have to be complicated and cause a fuss.
Labor Day marks the end of summer, but several local chefs are preserving the flavors of the season by taking diners\’ minds off premature pumpkin-spice lattes and keeping them on summer beach bonfires.
Looking to dine at D.C. area restaurants that source their food from the region\’s farmers? There\’s an app for that.
From the world of \’there must be a holiday for that,\’ it\’s National Chicken Wing Day and National Lasagna Day.
D.C. restaurants are being recognized for more than just what\’s on the plate. A new list praises what\’s in the glass as well.
Jeff Heinenman, chef and owner of Grapeseed and Freddy\’s Lobster & Clams, said there were no official area restaurant weeks this year because there just hasn\’t been a sufficient lead organizer.