Saddle up for the Tour de Fat, get a taste of Wyoming or hear an award-winning Cuban band.
We tried every single taco at the 'Top Chef' alum's latest concept, which serves casual Mexican food in Capitol Hill.
It’s D.C. in July: You’re simmering. Here are great places to splash, sip and slide.
Ripple in Cleveland Park and Restaurant Nora in Dupont Circle have closed, but new arrivals offer everything from New England fare to South American rotisserie chicken.
Perfect for a budding romance or a long-term relationship, these creative ideas — labeled with emoji, of course — keep things simple with a dash of special.
Luc Besson’s comic-book-inspired sci-fi adventure is a good-looking bore.
Christopher Nolan tells a rousing story of the Battle of Dunkirk in 1940.
In Northwest D.C., group offers space to learn and create
Close your eyes in any of these island-inspired bars, and you just might feel a slight ocean breeze
Eating one of these breakfast treats from B. Doughnut’s new Union Market stall is like sinking your teeth into an airy, pillowy bagel.
Check out D.C.'s most lavish pool party, sample rare beers and immerse yourself in America's largest free arts festival.
Looking for an outdoor bar where you won't have to wait in line? Try one of these lesser-known options.
These eight spots are dingy, dark and stuck in last century. Thank goodness.
Celebrate Bastille Day, marvel at the beauty of water lilies and sample the area's best frozen treats.
The Bethesda-born band celebrates the release of its “Ep1” on Friday at Uptown Art House.
Sorry, Showtime Lounge. No admittance to you either, Pug on H Street.
The nonhuman characters are the best thing about the sci-fi saga of intelligent simians.
The fire that devastated the bar in 2011 is a sticking point for our critics.