The Old Post Office Tower, Whiskey Charlie and the Watergate Hotel offer different vistas of the city.
The newcomers include All Purpose, Declaration and a pop-up beer garden from Aslin, one of Virginia's most talked-about craft breweries.
Maybe you became a regular at that restaurant because of it. Or maybe you’ve avoided that bar at all costs ever since.
Spend your weekend enjoying tropical cocktails or waterfront views at one of these new rooftop bars.
THE $20 DINER | The Silver Spring bar, which survived a 2015 fire, has reopened with its vintage jukebox and burgers and tots.
A consistent digital diet might be crucial for conducting business and keeping up with the news, but it can often feel exhausting.
The Southwest Waterfront entertainment district is home to fine dining spots from Fabio Trabocchi and Kwame Onwuachi.
The $20 Diner's favorite spots in the city include a revitalized Ethiopian standby and a burgeoning taco empire.
After receiving a dozen Tony nominations in 2011, “The Scottsboro Boys” finally makes its D.C. debut at Signature Theatre this week.
See ornate place settings at Hillwood and letters to “Future Women” at Hillyer.
This year’s Hawaiian cultural festival at the National Museum of the American Indian focuses on science and the stars, including lessons on navigating the Pacific Ocean.
German filmmaker Wim Wenders gives viewers a vivid sense of what it’s like to follow Francis as he travels the globe.
Candice Bergen is the MVP of a cast of ’70s icons that includes Diane Keaton and Jane Fonda.
This auspicious feature debut for Michael Pearce portrays a young woman flirting with danger on the English island of Jersey.
This cinematic version of Chekhov’s first great play is bloodless, but brilliantly acted.
The Queen Vic will welcome a mix of early-rising royal wedding viewers and hard-drinking soccer fans on Saturday.
The District duo performs at Roam on Saturday and at Flash on Wednesday.
The films already on your radar — and others you probably haven’t heard of.