Food & Drink

Food & Drink: Get a taste of DC cuisine.

Where to Find the Best Brunch in Washington, DC

Love it or hate it, brunch is decidedly a thing nowadays. But here’s the catch: you have to know what you’re looking for. Do you want lick-the-plate-clean food? Or is it bottomless mimosas first, food second? Maybe you want a (drag queen) performance with a side of eggs. No worries. DC has it...

Founding Farmers
Pixie Windsor of Miss Pixie’s Furniture & Whatnot

Pixie Windsor (just Miss Pixie to her many friends) has been selling mid-century lounge chairs, 1940s art deco tables and groovy artwork at Miss Pixie’s Furniture & Whatnot on Logan Circle’s 14th Street since 2008, and dealing in stylish vintage wares in DC since the 1990s. So where does she...

Miss Pixie's Furnishings & Whatnot
Derek Brown on the Cocktail Scene in Washington, DC

When it comes to craft cocktails, there’s a whole lot shakin’ in the nation’s capital. All the rage at the moment are the growing number of speakeasies, bars and lounges devoted exclusively to serving expertly measured and mixed drinks. Add to that, four distinct distilleries have popped up in the...

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Turning Back the Clock with Virginia Ali

You might have heard that Washington, DC has experienced a significant resurgence in recent years, as new restaurants, retail and attractions flock to the city. Few people have witnessed as much change in the District as Virginia Ali, who along with her husband Ben opened up the DC institution Ben’...

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Farmers' Markets in DC

Did you know there are about 200 farmers' markets in and around Washington, DC? Whether you are looking for local vegetables or prefer to catch a chef demo and score some samples, there’s something for everyone.

Farmers Market
10 Distinctly DC Music Venues You Have to Experience

When it comes to DC’s music legends, the landscape is as diverse as the city itself: Duke Ellington, Chuck Brown, Marvin Gaye, Ian MacKaye, Dave Grohl and Wale all share space atop the District’s musical Rushmore. Each artist has influenced the local landscape for years, but what’s the scene like...

Amazing Live Music Venues - Washington, DC
11 Things to See & Do in Dupont Circle

The Dupont Circle fountain is one of the DC’s most iconic landmarks outside of the National Mall, and was built by sculptor Daniel Chester French and architect Henry Bacon (of Lincoln Memorial fame). It serves as a gathering place where all are welcome, from artists and musicians to lovebirds,....

Hanks Oyster Bar
Best Bets for Group Get-Togethers

Dining out doesn’t always involve a petite party of two. Whether you’re in town with a tour group, celebrating with a large group of pals, or scheduling a team meeting over a meal, these restaurants are pros at accommodating a crowd.s If you’re downtown: For solid American fare in a central...

Hill County
Eat Your Way Through DC’s Neighborhoods

When most people think of the country’s best food cities, places such as Charleston, San Francisco, Chicago, and New York City likely come to mind. But Washington, DC deserves a spot on that list as well. The city had so many restaurants open in 2015 that we – and our stomachs – could barely keep...

Local Dining in DC Neighborhoods
10 Things to Eat & Drink on H Street

From Ethiopian to Lebanese to Mexican, the food along H Street is a melting pot of flavors. Exploring the diverse neighborhood means you will work up quite the appetite. With that said, here are 10 awesome food and drink options to get you started.

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