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Don't want to cook a full Thanksgiving meal? These restaurants are offering special menus and timesaving takeaways.
Sneak into a speakeasy through a freezer door, or rub elbows with diplomats at happy hour inside the French Embassy.
Already tried Amsterdam Falafelshop? Here are a few new and lesser-known spots to sample.
Alice Bergen Phillips can build one heck of a cheese board: a swirling, undulating, edible work of fine art that you’re encouraged to touch.
The owners of Equinox in downtown Washington have developed the dishes for the two dining concepts: casual cafe Milk & Honey and cafeteria-style Manna.
These filling and starchy dishes are so delicious you won’t feel guilty about devouring them.
The ever-crowded Vietnamese restaurant in Columbia Heights excels at pho — but savvy diners know to steer clear from the rest of the menu.
The city is filled with secluded and scenic spots where love can blossom, no matter the season.
The shop from the team behind Pitango serves frozen treats, sandwiches and prosecco on tap, as well as gelato and alcohol pairings.
Nocturne, a new hidden bar in Shaw, serves cocktails made with ingredients that sound like they belong in your dinner, not your drink.