Halloween comes early with bar crawls, family friendly events and the sideshow performers of Yards Park's Side Yards festival.
Monthly Archives: October 2017
Pear Plum Cafe — an all-day bistro with ample seating — caters to families and toast lovers.
Try one of the city’s coolest cocktails, and play a game of tennis at a millennial-pink court.
The annual High Heel Race brings elaborate and sometimes outrageous costumes to the streets of Dupont Circle on Tuesday night.
The meat alternative, which has made waves for tasting surprisingly like beef, is popping up on menus across the city.
Finding a great morning meal can feel impossible, but the first meal of the day can be a treat — if you know where to go.
Bluejacket celebrates its fourth anniversary with music, barbecue and the release of a barrel-aged stout.
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.