Vinegar pie? In D.C’s crowded restaurant scene, chefs are constantly seeking out new trends and techniques to set themselves apart from the rest. But one looks to the past for inspiration. (Recipe included)
A local lawyer is filling Northern Virginia’s bagel void with his pop-up, Bagel Uprising. And he’s selling out fast.
D.C.’s restaurant industry is booming, and its growth is making it harder for restaurants to attract and retain staff. But some local chefs and owners are beating the odds. Here’s how.
José Andrés is one of the biggest names in the culinary industry. But these days, Andrés is famous for more than just his food. He is known for his humanitarian efforts.
On May 17, chefs from 30 different embassies will meet in downtown D.C. for an event that showcases food from around the world.
Jeremiah Langhorne, executive chef at The Dabney, took home the James Beard Award for Best Chef: Mid-Atlantic at Monday night’s awards ceremony in Chicago.
An online petition calling for food delivery companies to expand their D.C. service areas to include neighborhoods east of the Anacostia River has resulted in change.
Nats fans will have a brand new concession stand to test out, featuring a rotating lineup of female chefs.
On March 14, the James Beard Foundation announced the 2018 nominees for the James Beard Awards, and four D.C. chefs made the cut.
A taste of West Virginia just rolled into the District — and its history is just as rich as the snack, itself.
One way to shake the winter blahs? Restaurant Week.
Here are the top winners of the annual RAMMY Awards, often called “the Oscars of food.”
Think food critics have the life? If you’ve ever had the desire to drop in on some of the region’s best restaurants and rate the ramen or critique on consommé, now’s your chance.
If you’re looking for something to do before or after a game, there are plenty of activities in the Navy Yard neighborhood to occupy your time. Here are 12.
Edible diplomacy: A local on-demand meal company delivered dishes from the recipe books of Syrian refugees to the tables of Washingtonians.