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

The chef, who was asked to "step away" from the show, hasn’t appeared since last week, and today's episode was prerecorded.

After report of groping and lewd comments, the famed chef says “much of the behavior described does, in fact, match up with ways I have acted.”

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Nothing says "Merry Christmas!" like a stunt drink the color of '70s bathrooms and Oscar the Grouch.

The owner of the restaurant, Alessandro Borgognone, is embroiled in controversy once again.

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

You're probably thinking: Cheese and tea are two things that do not go together.

Rasa, opening Wednesday in Navy Yard, offers noodle and grain bowls with such playful names as Tikka Chance on Me and Aloo Need is Love.

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Our food critic responds to readers’ queries.

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THE $20 DINER | Akira makes its own noodles, setting it apart from the raft of other shops.

The East London-inspired bar and restaurant will open in late 2018.

A second location of Bindaas opened, as did Maydan, a buzz-worthy restaurant where everything is cooked over an open hearth.

Celebrity chef Mike Isabella’s sprawling food emporium, including one section that is the length of a football field, is on the third floor of Tysons Galleria.

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FIRST BITE | Rare Steak and Seafood’s classic dining room is a welcoming time capsule.

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

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2.5 stars | Chef Michael Rafidi dials up the French-Mediterranean quotient in the dramatic restaurant.

Stretch your dining dollars with eight satisfying dishes that will leave you and your wallet feeling delightfully full.

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The $20 Diner| The siblings behind this restaurant showcase the flavors of Ethiopia’s northern neighbor.

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FIRST BITE | Already a hit in Cleveland Park, Bindaas has arrived in Foggy Bottom.

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

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