FIRST BITE | Frank Ruta and Aggie Chin pair up in an elegant downtown setting, with impressive service and plates.

Dessert trends come and go. But as French brand Ladurée prepares to open in Washington, macarons seem unstoppable.

$20 DINER | The chef injects refinement in his Italian fare, for better and for worse.

Isabella's latest debut, a Spanish and Moroccan restaurant at the Marriott Marquis Washington, adds to the chef's diverse portfolio of cuisines.

Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema entertains your dining questions, rants and raves.

3 stars | It’s a gleaming tribute to the treasures of the sea, and more.

Mason Dixie Biscuit Co.'s new drive-through will be a big step up from its small Union Market stand.

FIRST BITE | Baguettes, sandwiches and tarts fall short of expectations for the Georgetown bakery and cafe.

Chef Nathan Anda and team have created a joint that uses only Virginia beef.

Several nominees in the media and book awards have local ties, as well.

Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema entertains your dining questions, rants and raves.

3 stars | It’s not casual as advertised, but you’ll want to go to this Van Ness beauty anyway.

Nearly half of the city's cherry blossoms were damaged by the recent weather.

Sip French red wine in front of a wood-burning fireplace, or brave the outdoors with a fire pit and a well-crafted drink.

Find extended happy hours and freebies on this wintry day.

Get beer and wine for $3.14 at Timber Pizza Co., one-topping pizzas for $5 at Declaration and a free slice of sweet pie at Dangerously Delicious Pies.

All 15 locations of ShopHouse will close on March 17.

Foie gras waffles, monkey bread and more new brunch choices.

FIRST BITE | The second location of Juan Coronado’s Cuban cafe delivers on many levels.

A company is testing cute little bots on D.C. sidewalks, where they are turning heads.

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