Carnivores will want to read this blog post. Vegetarians and vegans, not so much.
Weather the storm with eggs and a good bloody mary at these weekday brunch spots.
In this play about love and loss, the ballet star is captivating.
The Shaw brewpub is a yeast-centric operation.
Here are seven seasonal shows that every generation will enjoy.
The restaurateur?s newest project is one of only a few places in the neighborhood to hear live music.
The restaurant will feature wines from around the world and cocktails named for far-flung destinations.
Revisiting the restaurants that have been visited by the Food Network, Cooking Channel, and more.
Following up with Washington restaurants that have been in the spotlight.
The Philly restaurant will feature more than 40 beers on draft.
The snazzy touchscreen burger joint needs some tech support.
Politics & Prose and Comet Ping Pong have a new neighbor.
Six osterias have opened in 2013, or are coming soon. So what is an osteria?
The restaurant will feature a market with cheeses, pastas and sauces for sale.
The actors are dressed in such unusual material as weed wacker cord and lawn flamingos.
Dozens of strands of noodles tenuously hugging a tiny burger until their inevitable collapse.
The restaurant inspired by Jewish home cooking takes on two holidays at once.
The historic restaurant will reopen Nov. 19 with a refreshed interior and multiple menus.
The Massachusetts Avenue burger joint wants to change the way you order.
Maura Judkis covers culture, food, and the arts for the Weekend section and Going Out Guide. She has also written for U.S. News & World Report, TBD.com, ARTnews, the Washington City Paper and the Onion A.V. Club. If you see her out and about – at restaurants, museums, theaters, or Meridian Hill Park with her two dogs – say hi.