The Washington Post

The menu reflects different regions of India with savory snacks, kabobs, rice pancakes and more.

The 50-seat spot will be carved out of Ardeo + Bardeo's space.

Recharge at these spots after you work up an appetite waiting in line and walking around the zoo.

Owner Dean Gold says his new spot will feature a smaller menu.

Customers will be able to sit down for fresh croissants, bagels, scones and coffee.

A Kickstarter is well on its way to launching D.C.'s first cake pop shop in Cleveland Park