The D.C. area is home to thousands of restaurants, and the food editors and critics at Washingtonian pick their top 100. Here are the highlights.
This year, the region welcomed a number of new restaurants, many of which pleased the palates of the toughest culinary critics. Ann Limpert, executive food editor at Washingtonian, stopped by WTOP to share a short list of the best restaurants that opened in 2018.
When Ashok Bajaj moved to D.C. from London 30 years ago, he arrived with one objective: to open a fine-dining Indian restaurant in the nation’s capital. Now, he is celebrating the restaurant’s 30th birthday.
Forty years ago, it got its start as a small restaurant in a former auto repair shop. Now, it’s the D.C.-area’s only three-star Michelin restaurant. Here’s the breakdown of the 2019 Michelin star restaurants.
‘Dinner and a show’ is not an unusual concept — in fact, it’s a pretty common one. But on May 23, experts will go one step further to explore the notion of food as theater in a multicourse meal and discussion at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.
A tiny neighborhood restaurant in Northwest D.C. is making a big splash. Himitsu has just a dozen employees and two dozen seats, and the chef is only 30, but the accolades keep coming in.
D.C. is known for its breweries and distilleries. Now, the nation’s capital is cultivating a collection of wineries. City Winery opens this spring — and only half the focus is on wine.
On March 14, the James Beard Foundation announced the 2018 nominees for the James Beard Awards, and four D.C. chefs made the cut.
D.C.’s Pineapple and Pearls is one of eight restaurants in the U.S, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean to join AAA’s list of Five Diamond restaurants for 2018.
One way to shake the winter blahs? Restaurant Week.
D.C. is the best restaurant city in America, and if you’ve been meaning to find out what makes the District so delicious, now is your chance.
Here are the top winners of the annual RAMMY Awards, often called “the Oscars of food.”
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.