Review

Chesapeake reborn, but nothing like the original

(Marge Ely / For The Washington Post)

A long-closed Baltimore favorite is revived, but there’s not much to connect present with past.

Review

First Bite: Attman’s Delicatessen in Potomac

(Sarah L. Voisin / The Washington Post)

Attman’s new location gives a taste of the original, with some disappointing exceptions.

Review

At Curry Leaf, a buffet with cachet

(Stacy Zarin Goldberg / OR THE WASHINGTON POST)

Thanks to a chef who masters spices, this Indian restaurant in Laurel offers a rich array of flavors.

Article

Montgomery cultivates a new crop of farmers

(Michael S. Williamson / THE WASHINGTON POST)

Montgomery County program matches Agricultural Reserve land owners with novice farmers.

Article

The $20 Diner: Lucy Ethio­pian Restaurant is a raw deal

(Astrid Riecken / FOR THE WASHINGTON POST)

Lucy serves skillfully made dishes, many of them uncooked, in the area’s newest Little Ethi­o­pia.

Article

Montgomery wellness calendar, June 27 to July 4, 2013

Low-vision aid demonstrations, talk about fresh food in schools, Zumba and more health-related programs.

Column

Bargain Bottles for June

(Deb Lindsey / For The Washington Post)

France, Austria, Spain and Greece, for $9 to $13 per bottle.

Article

Washington Post food calendar

(James M. Thresher / JMT PHOTOGRAPHY)

Events include a Middle Eastern food festival, wine dinners and cooking classes.

Review

Revisiting Food Wine & Co. and Passage to India in Bethesda

(Stacy Zarin Goldberg / FOR THE WASHINGTON POST)

As newcomers settle in, Tom checks out refreshed Food Wine & Co. and Passage to India

Review

First Bite: Yuzu in Bethesda

(Sarah L. Voisin / THE WASHINGTON POST)

Sushi is the standout on chef Yoshihisa Ota’s omakase menu in Bethesda.