Can’t afford to drop a few-hundred bucks on a tasting menu? A new D.C. restaurant is giving diners the option to “pay what you can,” with its tasting-menu reservations.
Empty your bellies and block off your calendars: another restaurant week is here. Only this time around, the focus is not just on the food, but also the chefs and business owners behind it.
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.
Jose Andres is one of the biggest names in the culinary industry. But these days, Andres is famous for more than just his food. He is known for his humanitarian efforts.
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.
Twenty-two establishments made the list, which recognizes restaurants for quality and value.
If you’re planning to dine out for brunch this Easter, WTOP food contributor Nycci Nellis shares her favorite restaurants to toast to the springtime holiday.
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.