Food & Dining

Romantic Restaurants for Valentine’s Day Dining Around DC

Washingtonian (Food) 2/6 5:10A Keely Bastow
There are plenty of Valentine s Day cynics who think the holiday is cheesier than a pot of fondue. But then some of us are romantics (and think fondue is pretty great). This is for you: a maximalist guide to Valentine s Day dining around DC, with...

14 Places to Dine Solo Around D.C.

DC Eater 2/6 3:07A Vinciane Ngomsi
Copycat Co. is a top spot for a solo drink or dinner. | Copycat Co./Facebook Go ahead and treat number one Sometimes “me time” shouldn’t mean binging on Netflix and takeout in your jammies. And while...

Opossum for Thanksgiving? A Look at Presidential Food Quirks.

Washingtonian (Food) 2/6 12:00A Keely Bastow
Dinner With the President, a new book by Alex Prud’homme, digs into the favorite dishes of our commanders in chief, both to eat and to serve in the White House. A few morsels: John Adams The first President to live (and serve food) in the White...

Flashy Steakhouse STK Stages a Surprise Return to D.C.

DC Eater 2/3 11:03A Tierney Plumb
Dimly-lit STK, pictured here at the Cosmopolitan hotel in Vegas, is coming back to D.C. | STK The international chain is headed to a high-profile Northwest corner formerly occupied by Mike Isabella...

There’s an Answer to the Egg Crisis: Your Local Farmers Market

Washingtonian (Food) 2/3 9:43A Anna Spiegel
Trying to crack the egg conundrum? You’re not alone. Prices at the grocery store have risen above 60 percent, nearing $5 a dozen. Major chains are showing diminished or empty shelves, especially when it comes to the cheapest brands. Global...

Where to Watch the Super Bowl Around DC

Washingtonian (Food) 2/3 8:17A Julia Rosenberg
If you’re a Chiefs fan: Blackfinn 1620 I St., NW Smells like team spirit. As the official meeting place for the Chiefs fan club, Blackfinn offers themed drinks like the “Magic Mahomes,” “Marty ‘Shot’Enheimer,” and liquor from the J. Reiger...

Where to Eat and Drink in Park View

DC Eater 2/3 6:34A Mekita Rivas
The Northwest strip is brimming with bagels, square pizza, and Old Fashioneds By now, most D.C. food enthusiasts have likely ventured to Park View to stand in line for a loaded bagel sandwich from the...

Washingtonian’s Staff Is Ravenous for the Upcoming Chinatown Taco Bell

Washingtonian (Food) 2/3 5:02A Sylvie McNamara
Each day, throughout the day, we at Washingtonian drop various local news items into Slack. Most disappear into oblivion. But yesterday, at 10:55 a.m., a fervor erupted: Editor Daniella Byck shared that a Taco Bell Cantina is coming to Chinatown...

7 Fun Food Events Around DC This Weekend

Washingtonian (Food) 2/2 9:48A Tory Basile
Thursday, February 2, is Día de la Candelaria, a religious holiday in Mexico. Maïz 64 (1324 14th St. NW) is celebrating with a drink and dessert special: for $14, get a carajillo, a hot coffee cocktail made with vanilla-flavored liqueur, and a...

23 Essential Chinese Restaurants Around D.C.

DC Eater 2/2 9:47A Tierney Plumb
Orange-ish chicken from Chiko. | Rey Lopez/Eater D.C. Where to order stellar dim sum, dan dan noodles, and more The D.C. are is home to many outstanding Chinese restaurants, but diners willing to...

Where to Get Super Bowl Takeout Around DC

Washingtonian (Food) 2/2 9:10A Tory Basile
Super Bowl XLVII, the showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles, is happening Sunday, February 12. Want to bring more than pigs in blankets to a watch party? Check out these game day takeout options from restaurants around...

PHOTOS: Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen Opening Celebration

Washingtonian (Food) 2/1 9:39A Dan Swartz
Michelin-starred chef Gordon Ramsay showed The Wharf a hell of a good time on Saturday, during the opening celebration for his second DC restaurant, Hell s Kitchen. An official ribbon-cutting kicked off the festivities in the late afternoon, with...
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