$20 DINER | Come to the Arlington burger joint for a decent burger and a menu full of mission statements.
Architects and designers share what works and what’s coming: “People are craving simpler spaces.”
RANT | Luxe toppings and impractical stacking do not make for an enjoyable meal.
FIRST BITE | The new Georgetown spot has menu prices and dishes that are college-student friendly.
Crumbs & Whiskers brings together cats and caffeine, a concept first popularized in Asia.
The Post’s Maura Judkis tries her hand at “flight effects” in 360-degree production of “Peter Pan.”
Fifteen years and a long way from where she began, the Washington chef opens a place of her own.
The winner of food incubator Mess Hall’s Launch Pad competition gets a prime booth in the market.
Between Connersmith and the Washington Project for the Arts, Shaw is about to get artsier.
Broadway veteran Wesley Taylor considers playing the high-energy role “a nice work vacation.”