After a three-year run, Grilled Oyster Company is closing its location on Newark Street in Northwest D.C.
At Quarter Market in the newly redeveloped Ballston Quarter, the classic mall fare of the 1980s and ‘90s is gone. And its replacement is a microcosm of some of the D.C. area’s best chefs and restaurants.
Every year, restaurants in the U.S. generate 22 billion pounds of food waste, or the equivalent of $25 billion. But a local movement is underway to show that when it comes to food, trash is actually pretty tasty.
A D.C. restaurant is giving local diners a taste of Georgian cuisine and culture with its monthly family-style feasts, featuring a traditional toastmaster.
Your next order in could help out a handful of women-led restaurants in the D.C. area.
Each year, the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington celebrates the accomplishments of the city’s best chefs, bakers, mixologists and food industry professionals at the RAMMY Awards. Here are this year’s finalists.
D.C. vegans, rejoice. A London-based fast food chain, which is opening its second D.C. location this year, is adding a plant-based burger to its menu.
For six years, Washingtonians have been drinking up Gina Chersevani’s soda shop classics and creative cocktails at the Union Market bar Buffalo & Bergen. This spring, she is expanding her vintage-inspired business with a new D.C. location.
The D.C. area’s restaurant bubble continues to grow, but it’s not bursting just yet. A number of eateries opened in 2018 — from grand dining rooms to street-food stands — and 2019 is shaping up to be an equally exciting year for the taste buds.
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.
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.
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.
Call Your Mother opened its doors in D.C.’s Park View neighborhood in October, and the crowds have not subsided. Why is the city going carb-crazy? Founder Andrew Dana talks to WTOP about opening D.C.’s most in-demand bagel shop.
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.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.