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

3 stars | Co-owners bring an intimate, modern sensibility to a tiny Japanese dining room

Will they be the new sushi burritos? Only time will tell.

From a Cuban cafe to French crepes and Korean barbecue, February saw a diverse array of restaurant debuts.

Predictably, he dines not at one of D.C.’s finest, but at a restaurant in his own hotel.

Oscars night is about more than the awards: Win prizes for showing off your trivia knowledge, or don a glamorous dress for a red carpet photo.

FIRST BITE | Chef Carlos Camacho cooks mother-inspired dishes of his homeland.

$20 DINER | At this new Adams Morgan joint, the meats and sides sell out nightly.

2 stars | Neighborhood joint owned by wholesaler does right by seafood — and more

Celebrations include a parade down Arlington's main thoroughfare, all-you-can-eat feasts and all-night parties.

FIRST BITE | The owners put an emphasis on moving away from traditionally heavy fare.

The region offers authentic tastes of Sichuan, Hunan, Shanghai and more, if you know where to find them.

The list of area restaurants closing out of solidarity or necessity continues to grow.

Inside the 5,000-square-foot space, you'll find poke, Taiwanese desserts and more.

The region has more than two dozen contenders for the awards, one of the most coveted honors in the restaurant industry.

3.5 stars | Restaurant showcases irresistible flavors, an inviting setting and warm hospitality

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

While restaurant owners are printing pro-immigrant messages on their checks, some customers are writing in their own opinions.

It's the second location of the shop specializing in local goods.

The Northwest neighborhood has seen a boom of new dining options.

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