Drink Company’s cherry blossom pop-up bar is back again. What keeps it fresh? A 10-foot-tall monster helps. See photos.
The best way to spread Christmas cheer? Pouring cocktails for all near and dear. Here are 10 cocktail recipes for your holiday celebrations.
Not every drink you mix up needs to have the same nutritional profile as a slice of chocolate cake. Here are a few tricks to slim down your cocktails.
D.C.’s hotels aren’t just for tourists. Many offer a welcoming place for locals to drink, dine and relax. Here are some of the most popular hotel hangouts in the District.
A fresh pick of local beer joins the lineup at Nationals Park this season. Or find a change-up try a mojito or cocktail featuring spirits from local distillers. Plus where fans can find the specials at the ballpark.
If you’re looking for an alternative spot to catch the cherry blossoms this year, head over to Seventh Street NW in Shaw. There may be a crowd, but the scenery, and the drinks, are worth it.
Whether you have seasonal affective disorder or just “the blues,” here are some things that can help you cope with cold-weather melancholy before those cherry blossoms bloom again.
Whether you’re looking for bitters or books, here are some last-minute gift ideas.
Greece is considered by many to be the birthplace of wine — and that is exactly where Scott Greenberg is going for his holiday wines.
Trader Joe’s has acquired a following for its unique and budget-friendly foods, and the holiday season ushers in a whole host of limited-time goodies. From cookies to cocktails, here’s what to keep an eye out for during your next grocery trip.
There is no shortage of distilleries in D.C. — but there is a shortage of rum. That will change on Nov. 12 when Cotton & Reed opens its doors at Union Market.
With the election one week away, a Capitol Hill bar pokes fun at politics and attempts to “make cocktails great again” with a Trump-themed pop-up bar.
On Friday, Nov. 25, the day after Thanksgiving, Derek Brown will once again transform his Shaw sherry bar, Mockingbird Hill, into a winter wonderland, called Miracle on Seventh Street.
It’s safe to say, those paying attention to this year’s presidential race are in need of a cocktail — and a strong one at that. Here’s where you can find one.
Bars and restaurants across the country are trading in their etched glass coupes for carved ceramic mugs — it’s time to get reacquainted with tiki.