by Alexandra Greeley Casual restaurants with informal—and price-conscious—menus draw in big mealtime crowds. Among these “must” destinations is the recently opened The Berliner on Water St., facing the Potomac. This Georgetown eatery is off the beaten path. Management chose a location...
All-Purpose Pizzeria in Shaw will serve brunch with an Italian-American twist every Sunday beginning April 9. The restaurant at 1250 9th St. NW, across the street from the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, opened last year for lunch and dinner....
Georgetown’s ParasolShare program has returned for a second year, bringing protection from the sun to shoppers in the commercial corridor. The Georgetown Business Improvement District initiative allows customers at more than 30 shops on or near M Street and Wisconsin...
JINYA Ramen Bar opened a new location in Logan Circle last week, bringing the national chain its second restaurant in the Washington area and the first within the District itself. Located at 1336 14th St. NW, the 4,000-square-foot restaurant covers...
WETA TV will present “Neighborhood Eats” at 8:30 p.m. Friday, May 5, showing off “culinary highlights” of Dupont Circle, Georgetown, Capitol Hill and Anacostia, according to a release. In Dupont, the 30-minute show will look at Hank’s Oyster Bar, DGS...
An Oakland, Calif., favorite has made its way to D.C. This month Blue Bottle Coffee opened at 1046 Potomac St. NW in Georgetown, the first of of three stores planned in the District. The company was founded in 2002 by...
By: Alexandra Greeley Busy Wisconsin Avenue, which is near the National Cathedral, is a restaurant hotspot with many cuisines that beckon. For seafood lovers—well, for anyone who yearns for top-notch seafood (besides oysters) and assorted meat-and-veggie offerings—the go-to destination is...
A pop-up “edible cookie dough confectionery” is opening in Adams Morgan this week, taking over the Rise Bakery spot at 2409 18th St. NW each evening after the bakery closes. The Cookie Jar DC will sell eight signature flavors of...
A coalition representing most D.C. farmers markets has been awarded a $250,000 federal grant to provide support for low-income customers. According to a news release, the money will be used to double the purchasing power of SNAP recipients who buy...
Most of us know a Thai restaurant’s menu by heart. DCers who love their spicy Larb Gai and Pad See Ew likely have a go-to Thai place that delivers.  But that shouldn’t be Thai Chef in Dupont Circle (1712...

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