Stay at the Washington Hilton, where Bravo® Top Chef contestants stirred up trouble (and delectable dishes!) on season 7.
Explore the tastes, textures and color of DC’s Little Ethiopia through DC Metro Food Tours.
You and yours can get a behind-the-scenes experience with Dinner at the Pass at Westend Bistro. Only two seats in the restaurant offer this lively, personalized and interactive exchange at the open window separating the kitchen and the dining room.
Snack on confit sunchokes or another app from one of the most acclaimed neighborhood eateries in the city, Mintwood Place in Adams Morgan. While the eats may garner most of the attention here, the cocktails are just as distinguished.