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A guide to Kentucky Derby parties includes bars offering buffets, bottomless frozen mint juleps, hat contests and discounted drinks.

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Fast Casual Madness: Taylor Gourmet takes the crown

Hoagies beat sushi burritos in the final round to win this year's competition.

The Hotlist: 12 things to see, eat, drink and do in April 2016

"Raise/Raze" debuts at Dupont Underground, All Purpose opens in Shaw and Millie and Al's closes.

A definitive guide to the best cheap-eats destinations in the D.C. area

THE $20 DINER | The area’s best-overall budget dining district is Beltsville, but these 8 other locales also have plenty to offer.

Remember Prince, celebrate Arbor Day, listen to bluegrass and folk music and go underground for an interactive art exhibition.

Skip the expensive seats.

Summer is coming, so it’s last call on the great club shows.

On Friday, DJ Bembona, Los Rakas and MPeach will each perform.

Jhené Aiko, the Internet and others also perform at Saturday's concert.

Local fans of fiddles, festivals and folk music are faced with a tough decision on Saturday.

Neil deGrasse Tyson and Rascal Flatts are also coming to the area soon.

A guide to the Washington National Opera's production of Richard Wagner's epic Ring Cycle for people with short attention spans.

The cotton mill turned shopping and dining complex aims to engage the past and present.

The executive chef at Barcelona Wine Bar & Restaurant won his first "Chopped" episode back in February.

2.5 stars | The Adams Morgan spot offers winning plates to share and smart hospitality.

After opening Italian and French concepts, restaurateur Hakan Ilhan finally wants to do justice to the cuisine of his home country.

There's a bumper crop of rooftop openings, cocktail parties and beer tastings to hit this week.

Owners Michelle and Christophe Poteaux have decided to focus on Bastille, the French restaurant they'd originally opened there almost a decade ago.

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