You may remember La Tagliatella from a scathing 2013 review by The Washington Post's Tom Sietsema.
The French chef’s D.C. spinoff outshines its New York namesake.
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle and STK add to D.C.’s surplus of steakhouses. You should only care about one of them.
If you haven’t supped at Marcel’s since its makeover, you haven’t dined at Marcel’s.
Conte plans to open a Neapolitan pizzeria in North Potomac.
At Chez Billy spinoff in Georgetown, the confit is crisp and the bread is as warm as the room.
Kinship and a yet-to-be-named fine-dining space will open under one roof in 2015.
The chef collaboration served in Bread Furst is a winner from appetizers to desserts.
Pop’s SeaBar nails its casual plates, while Walrus & Oyster Ale House looks spiffy but tastes sloppy.
First Bite: True Food Kitchen joins the Mosaic District roster in Fairfax.