He also still owes Arlington County more than $70,000 in back meals taxes.
Brewer Nathan Zeender is a wizard with yeasts, but the kitchen’s cooking doesn’t always keep up.
Right Proper’s brewer is a wizard with yeasts. The cooking doesn’t always keep up.
The owners plan to reopen as a much smaller and more contemporary operation.
The former chef de cuisine at McCrady’s wants to develop a menu based on ingredients foraged in the region.
The $20 Diner finds a Jamaican cafe buried in a College Park apartment complex.
For the first time in five years, the District will allow new restaurant liquor licenses in the neighborhood.
But the board rejects a proposal to prohibit all new late-night entertainment, which continues to generate problems in the neighborhood.
The celebrity chef has high hopes for the relaunch of his retooled soup-and-sandwich concept.
Curry Kitchen showcases the singular flavors of chef Anil Sustarwar’s native Hyderabad, India.
The legendary French chef explains how a clash with a D.C. general manager led to his move to New York.
NYC chef Boulud, about to open a D.C. outpost, draws the city's top toques to a special dinner.
At Il Mee Buffet, the shabu shabu and Korean barbecue are worth it. The sushi’s worth skipping.
Washingtonians will help the budding national chain decide what salads to put on its core menu.
The annual gala will continue to struggle for legitimacy until it opens the awards to all restaurants.
NRG scored victories in two new awards: beer program and regional food and beverage producer
Brothers Chad and Alex McCracken have stocked their shop with state-of-the-art brewing equipment.
FedNuts’ owners are raising funds to build a unique restaurant that, in turn, would generate cash to feed Philadelphia’s hungry.
The $20 Diner finds plenty to love in a place that showcases the country’s mild-mannered food.
Lunch is served at the District’s latest farmers market, parked next to the city’s massive downtown project.