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On opening day, lines for hoagies snaked around the store, and it took one Washington Post reporter 34 minutes to get his chicken parm sandwich.


Where to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Washington for $50 or less

Ring in 2018 at one of these festive — and affordable — parties across Washington.

The best things to see, eat, drink and do in December

This month includes everything from fancy cocktail parties, such as the Repeal Day Ball, to festive holiday sing-alongs.

Going shopping? Here’s where to eat near Washington’s retail hubs.

Don't let the holiday rush get you down: These restaurants offer a place to eat up and rest your feet.

Visit Mount Vernon after dark for tours, fireworks and hot chocolate around a bonfire.

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The real-life couple play friends in the musical, now at the Kennedy Center.

Check out the Dark Side Bar, catch an exhibition at the Anacostia Arts Center and more.

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Artists Steve Miller and Diane Tuft chronicle the changes in very different regions.

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Boundary stones mark the city’s original lines.

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As the temperature drops, these soups from restaurants in the D.C. area are sure to warm you up.

The 25,000-square-foot space called Quarter Market will debut September 2018 at Ballston Quarter.

Three out of six food and drink establishments will be ready for the Adams Morgan hotel's first day.

It wouldn’t be the season without Handel's “Messiah.” The NSO performs the holiday classic starting Thursday.

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The singer, 76, is bringing her beloved holiday earworm to the Howard Theatre in D.C.

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The new Capitol Hill spot, from the same team behind Rose's Luxury and Pineapple and Pearls, opens Dec. 16.

HOT 99.5’s Jingle Ball; Jagged Edge; Angel Olsen; Fat Trel.

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The local indie-rock octet celebrates the release of a new recording at Songbyrd.

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