Chuck Brown would have turned 81 next week. On Saturday, the Godfather of Go-Go will be honored in the Northeast D.C. park that bears his name.
These newcomers shine with seafood, Spanish fare, tasting menus and dim sum.
Scrambled eggs and bagels? No, thanks. We looked for creative specials that would leave you well fed for under $40.
Artechouse will also unveil a new immersive projection system that encompasses the gallery's main room with customized sound and light displays.
Bars and restaurants are getting in on the act with themed cocktails, while museum and science facilities will have telescopes and experts on hand to field questions.
The $20 Diner | The restaurant aims to evoke a famous New York diner.
The annual celebration of our region’s brewing scene runs from Sunday to Aug. 27.
We embarked on three day trips in the D.C. area that you and a four-legged companion can enjoy together.
Bieber's abs and the Kennedy Center have both played host to artwork by graffiti artist Retna. The free Kennedy Center installation runs through Sept. 24.
It tends to be more affordable than the bottled variety, and at a smaller serving size, it also offers drinkers greater flexibility.
After several months of aging and blending, the first ciders are ready to start flowing in Brightwood Park.
The most common complaint about D.C.'s restaurant scene? The rising price of food and drink. These happy hours remain a bargain.
Tour “Hive” during the National Building Museum's after hours event, celebrate National Rum Day with daiquiris and see free Shakespeare at Sidney Harman Hall.
With over 250 restaurants to choose from, the list can be overwhelming. These options are your best bet.
Drink rare beers at 3 Stars brewery's anniversary party, find bargains in Old Town Alexandria or groove to the Roots at MGM National Harbor.
Points were awarded for fresh tortillas and lard, which earned these spots ratings on a scale of one margarita to five.
A street-level view of pent-up frustration and rage subverts the TV-news narrative.