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The sought-after beer is celebrated with a week of tapping parties and tastings across D.C., Maryland and Virginia.

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The $20 Diner’s favorite cheap eats of 2016

10 restaurants around Washington where you can find delicious affordable food.

The most exciting restaurant and bar openings planned for 2017

Start making plans: Notable debuts include Blue Bottle Coffee and such developments as the Wharf and Dock 79.

These are our 15 favorite dishes of 2016

There’s good food, and then there’s the sort of food you can’t seem to forget.

Whatever your political affiliation, we have ways to get out and take part in history this weekend.

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The best bets around town in music, museums, food, drinks and more.

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Owner Kelly Gorsuch says the restaurant didn't adapt quickly when needed.

The H Street bar is featuring 13 drinks on its menu, which is arranged on a scale of bitterness.

The Jan. 19 event is free and open to the public, and will feature remarks from the president-elect.

A loading dock at the Hecht Warehouse has been turned into a place to watch your favorite teams on weekend mornings.

The comedian, in town to film a stand-up special, dropped in at The Big Hunt for an unannounced 15-minute set on Jan. 12.

These booze-free drinks are unique and suitable for any ordinary night or special occasion.

If you’re smart about what you order, there’s no need to give up on dining out.

Once Washington's hottest hangout for young Republicans, including the Bush Twins, Smith Point won't be welcoming a new generation.

$20 DINER | With a confusing setup and inappropriate toppings, new fast-casual restaurant does its meats a disservice.

On this long holiday weekend, see a political play, catch some stand-up comedians, remember musicians we've lost and see a free concert by a legendary singer.

Washington punk mainstay Carni Klirs still believes in the ritual of promotion on paper.

A remnant of a defunct burger chain, Ollie's Trolley has occupied its current downtown D.C. corner since 1988. So how does the old-timey diner stand up to more modern burger spots?

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