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.
Classes, pairings and more are headed to a Northwest, D.C. storefront this winter, led by D.C.’s leading cheese whiz.
Like its New York locations, diners at the The Meatball Shop in D.C. can choose the type of meatball and a sauce and decide if they want their dish naked, in a bowl or as a sandwich.
When The Wharf opened on Oct. 12, 2017, it brought a number of restaurants, retail shops and music venues to D.C.’s Southwest waterfront. One year later, new businesses are still moving in. Here’s a look at The Wharf’s impact in its first year.
A WalletHub ranking puts D.C. in the top 15 on its Best Foodie Cities in America list, based on 29 metrics. When it came to affordability, the District didn’t come out so well.
A lot of fast-casual concepts target the downtown working lunch crowd or millennials. But at José Andrés’ vegetable-focused Beefsteak, the focus is on kids. Catch a free family event this weekend.
Three D.C. restaurants made Bon Appétit’s top 50 new restaurants list for 2018, but only one made it in the top 10.
A restaurant dedicated to an iconic New York food is set to open in D.C. this month.
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)
Christian Broder, who was the general manager at Millie’s, was remembered Thursday for his wit, charisma, kindness and unforgettable smile. His life was cut short by violence during an out-of-town robbery earlier this month.
It looks like egg, tastes like egg, even scrambles like egg. But it’s made from a bean. The latest plant-based alternative product hits the market, and one local chef is embracing it.
Forget the usual necktie and golf shirt. This Father’s Day, give dad something that will warm his heart and his stomach — a homemade meal. A chef, and father, shares some ideas.
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.
While there’s no right way to enjoy the pleasure of dining outdoors, there are lots of ways to experiment in D.C. Here are some places to check out if you’re looking to dine alfresco.
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.