The $20 Diner weighs in on the strange beast that is Union Market, which offers designer dishware and linens next to knife sharpening services and artisanal knishes.
If bakeries and boutiques can be pop-ups, why can't movie theaters?
The three-day event expands its goods to include books, baby wares and art.
Two new restaurants: One with an American bent, the other strictly Mexican.
Waiting outside the H Street NE ramen bar until 5 p.m. is no longer necessary.
The announcement follows news last week that Landmark Theatres plans to build a 10-screen theater nearby.
You'll soon be able to snack and shop six days a week at the Northeast market.
The grandson of the Harvey's Market founder plans to open a throwback butcher shop.
Australian native Fiona Lewis plans to give the District a taste of the fish markets she frequented back in Melbourne.
Enjoy Friday cookouts with fancy hot dogs and fresh local beer through September.