"The Lover” and “The Collection,” a double bill of comic short plays by English playwright Harold Pinter, open Tuesday at the Lansburgh Theatre.
With fall on the horizon, sip on these rosé sangrias at restaurants around D.C.
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.
The chain's founder, Jeni Britton Bauer, is credited with creating salted caramel ice cream. Expect that flavor, plus almost 20 others, at the new D.C. shop, where Bauer says they'll hand out free treats until everyone in line gets a taste.
Fine-tune your salsa, tango or zouk steps while exploring the area’s most welcoming, high-energy dance nights.
Expect an action-packed weekend of art and museum events, including Art All Night, Museum Day Live and the anniversary of the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
The first 10,000 new or existing Lyft users to claim a special code posted on Budweiser's Facebook and Instagram accounts on Thursdays will receive two $10 ride credits.
In October, Drink Company's trio of pop-up bars is transforming into a spooky haunt.
Lil'B Coffee Bar and Eatery serves grits, pimento grilled cheese and shrimp rolls for a steal.
A number of leading Washington restaurants, including Tail Up Goat, Rose's Luxury and Himitsu, are offering tropical cocktails and donating proceeds to Hurricane Irma relief efforts.
Echostage, named the best club in America by DJ Mag earlier this year, celebrates its fifth anniversary with DJ Cosmic Gate and an open bar.
13 ways to enjoy movies, drinks and food for $10 and some pocket change — or for just the pocket change.
Two of the city's biggest festivals — the H Street Festival and Fiesta D.C. — take over the streets this weekend.
“It’s one of those avant-garde classics that sticks around, because you can always reinterpret it in light of whatever the big fear of the moment is,” its star says. “And obviously, there’s plenty of those right now.”
Kim Gordon won't say exactly what she'll be playing at the Hirshhorn on Sunday, but it's probably safe to say that you won't be humming it on your way home.
Born out of frustration, the D.C. video and bookstore has become foundational.
Choose from a traditional beer garden or an Oktoberfest party with wiener dog races and carnival games.