Maydan, opening Tuesday in the Manhattan Laundry complex, serves dishes from the Caucasus, North Africa, the Middle East and beyond.
Don't let the holiday rush get you down: These restaurants offer a place to eat up and rest your feet.
Already tried Amsterdam Falafelshop? Here are a few new and lesser-known spots to sample.
Heading to a game or concert? Don't miss the neighborhood's best restaurants, happy hours and cocktail bars.
Celebrate the season with holiday music and dance performances, parades, theater, and special food and drink events.
The $20 Diner | The McLean deli walks a fine line between health food and decadence.
It's that time of year again: The Miracle on Seventh Street pop-up bar and the Downtown Holiday Market return the day after Thanksgiving.
The Dark Side Bar, which opened on H Street NE this week, has additional locations in Lower Manhattan and inside Hollywood's historic Chinese Theatre.
Don't want to cook a full Thanksgiving meal? These restaurants are offering special menus and timesaving takeaways.
Dee Rees creates a big, old-fashioned family saga in a movie about the aspirations of two families.
The Museum of the Bible, opening Friday, features immersive exhibits, theme park-style rides and new restaurants.
“Annie” is running at Olney and “Twelfth Night” is at Shakespeare Theatre, among others.
Sneak into a speakeasy through a freezer door, or rub elbows with diplomats at happy hour inside the French Embassy.
A new exhibit will show how non-traditional families can fit into small spaces without feeling squished.
Chichie’s has been grooming pups for more than 50 years.
A team of brooding superheroes forms to do battle with a god from another planet.
Here are our favorite spots for pinball and beers, including newcomers Augment Arcade and Bar Elena.