The food hall is constantly crowded. Here's where to go instead.
The National Gallery of Art's outdoor ice rink opens this weekend.
Whether you have $30 or $80 to spend, these menus will get you turkey without having to do any dishes.
We also learned lobster makes a terrible meatball.
Broccoli Bar, a new collaboration between &pizza and Broccoli City Festival, wants to rework the happy hour model.
"Gavagai," a delicate tale that's more spiritual practice than movie, is being screened at the Avalon this week.
Stay productive all day long inside these quiet coffee shops.
On Veterans Day, the world will mark the anniversary of the global conflict.
The Cotton & Reed distillery celebrates its anniversary with guest bartenders, special cocktails and the release of a new barrel-aged rum.
You won’t have to break the bank at these six affordable, stylish restaurants.
Gamers are travelling for hours just to play for five minutes.
Where to watch the results roll in on a night that's often called "Washington's Super Bowl."
Abstract projections, ethereal sounds and animations powered by LED lights fill the vast, dark space.
Mason Dixie Biscuit Co. finds a new home in Shaw, while customers are lining up for Call Your Mother's bagels in Park View.
A new exhibit, "Sea Monsters Unearthed," debuts at the National Museum of Natural History on Friday.
The South Capitol Hill Whole Foods has pour-your-own wine and gourmet cheesesteaks.
Also mark your calendar for a Hamilton singalong and a true crime festival.
Sunday is the start of DMV Black Restaurant Week, which promotes black-owned businesses.
Reverie’s Johnny Spero does battle in "The Final Table,” which debuts Nov. 20.
The annual 17th Street High Heel Race takes place on Tuesday.