Sally’s Middle Name, the tiny veggie-forward restaurant on H Street that made headlines for banishing tips in exchange for a service fee split between staff, is getting quite a bit bigger. The 28-seat restaurant on the lower level at 1320 H St. NE is seeking permits from the District’s Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs […]
Think you're helping your server by stacking your empty plates? Think again. See what other mistakes you've probably made at a restaurant.
Starting January 8th, Blind Dog Café in Shaw will cease operations and become Union Kitchen Presents, a rotating platform for local restaurant and food start-ups.
Fancy toast, gigantic sushi and cake served with a side of cat cuddles topped our list. See what other dishes from Momofuku, Bad Saint and Maketto made the cut.
We surveyed D.C.’s dining scene and found the following over-the-top dishes and beverages to consume before the clock strikes midnight.
Mule Bone, a new restaurant from Busboys and Poets founder Andy Shallal, will include a retail portion overseen by Desirée Venn Frederic, the founder of Nomad Yard Collectiv. It's a playground for those who love color, history and antiques.
No joke: People are actually paying to be locked in a room — for fun — equipped with nothing but a few hints and their guile to get themselves out. We checked out four such puzzle palaces around D.C.
Vernon Price, the founder of D.C.-based catering company Eat 170, has struck finger-food gold with a new offering he’s calling the Dooney Roll.
If you ask us, the best gifts are those you can eat or drink. And because D.C. is a hotbed of culinary talent, you don’t have to search far for products friends will love.
Within the past month, two notable chicken dishes have landed on local menus: the fried “coq au vin” at Convivial and the hot chicken at Crisp Kitchen + Bar. Here’s a closer look at each of the newbies.