Landmark Theatres announces the re-opening of the West End Cinema.

goingoutguide

Success! Check your inbox for details. You might also like:

Please enter a valid email address

See all newsletters

Highlights

The Hotlist: 12 things to see, eat, drink and do in July 2015

Welcome to the Hotlist, a monthly preview of the happenings you shouldn't miss in the weeks ahead. Here's what's coming up in July.

Battle of the ballpark belly-busters: Nationals Park vs. Camden Yards

The $20 Diner's Hunger Games: Eating everything served by the Nationals and Orioles and keeping score.

Best summer beers: Stay cool and look cool with these refreshing brews

Suns out, suds out: These are the seasonal pours to look for, whether you're heading for a barbecue or a barstool.

Farmers & Distillers, from the group behind Founding Farmers, will open next year in Mount Vernon Triangle.

The Ali family will open its fourth full-time location on Wednesday in the historic Northeast neighborhood.

In addition to the traditional ramen bowls, Bantam King will also serve Japanese fried chicken.

Though organizers canceled the long-running festival, a group of business owners hopes to proceed with the festival on a smaller scale.

The Going Out Guide recommends free and low-cost things to do this week.

Head to one of these spots to watch the United States take on Japan.

Map, event schedule and other information to help you navigate the holiday.

  • Going Out Guide staff
  • ·
  • 3 days ago
  • ·

Our critics review the sequels to two popular films plus a documentary about the 2012 fatal shooting of Florida teen Jordan Davis.

Homegrown D.C. singer unveils her new album at Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage.

The chef vets every subcontractor interested in working on the Dabney build-out in Blagden Alley.

How to make sure you don't miss Heart and LL Cool J on Saturday at RFK Stadium.

A new shop in the Delaware beach town specializes in an Austrian treat we could eat morning, noon and night.

Enjoy the concert and fireworks on the Mall, catch a Grateful Dead "Fare Thee Well" simulcast and cheer for the Washington Nationals against the Giants.

Load More