Bluejacket celebrates its fourth anniversary with music, barbecue and the release of a barrel-aged stout.
The rooftop decks at El Techo and Crimson View are the perfect spot for a drink on a crisp fall day.
Several highly anticipated restaurants opened last month, including Bresca and Nobu.
Say hello to the Wharf and “Mean Girls," and say farewell to Cantina Marina.
A new Renwick exhibit will give visitors flashlights and magnifying glasses so they can search for clues in miniature murder scenes. Get a head start with our close-up photos.
The anti-Putin activist will give a book talk at Politics and Prose and appear in a play at The Clarice.
When Shop Made in D.C. opens Thursday, it'll become a one-stop shop for locally made food, jewelry, clothing and home goods.
On Tuesday, Michelin will release its second-ever D.C. dining guide. We spoke to chefs, restaurateurs and industry insiders to get their predictions ahead of the announcement.
Howard University's Homecoming festivities include Yardfest, a free concert that has played host to hip-hop royalty.
Pabst Brewing Company is hosting a pizza-making contest through the end of the month: Buy a PBR, and you'll get a free taste of each bar's special pie made with Totino's cheese pizzas.
The Washington Post food critic has been hard at work assessing the area's restaurants for his fall dining guide. This season, high-end dining is the star of the show.
There's lots to see at the newly renovated museums, including a Tibetan Buddhism exhibit that mimics the look of a shrine by eschewing labels or glass cases.
Every year, Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema releases a fall dining guide. Here's a look at how 2017's compares to last year's.
Skip the usual stuff and celebrate in ways that actually sound cool. Think a graveyard tour, a zombie walk and several creepy cocktails.
The Smithsonian's Freer and Sackler galleries reopen this weekend with extended hours, live music and a party inspired by Asian night markets.
Takoma’s Spice Suite brings the world home
Thursday marks the development's grand opening, but the site remains an active construction zone with more than 2,000 workers on-site every day.
Four decades later, Patrick O’Connell’s destination restaurant is more magical than ever.