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With all eyes on the nation's capital, we celebrate the city's great food and phenomenal cultural offerings.
The Pacific Northwest has a refreshingly quirky spirit and best way to approach it is to start here.
We are often asked for dining recommendations in the nation’s capital, a town that has long been known for its classic formal restaurants and celebrity chefs. We reached out to...
Upstairs at Café Atlántico is one of the most memorable dining experiences in D.C.: Minibar, a bar with six seats where you pay $120 for a meal that has roughly...
EDITOR’S NOTE: This restaurant is currently closed. Michel Richard may be D.C.’s most lauded restaurateur, but he still approaches his dishes with a touch of whimsy. Take the “beluga” pasta...
I wasn’t sure my kids were ready to appreciate an American history lesson when I brought them to D.C. at the ages of 6 and 8. They had studied pilgrims...
One of Washington’s most venerable properties, the Jefferson Hotel re-opened in August 2009 after a meticulous, two-year-plus renovation. The hotel pays homage to the third U.S. president it is named...
The newly reopened Jefferson Hotel has a lot to be proud of, including a successful restoration that merges past and future. Washington gourmets have already embraced the property’s Plume restaurant...
Founded by the James Beard Award–winning chef Ann Cashion in 1995, this Adams Morgan spot is much beloved for its neighborhoody vibe, loads of personality and Southern comfort food. You...
Right next to the Newseum, the Source is the latest venture from Wolfgang Puck. The look is stylish, the crowd glam, and the menu interesting, but locals complain the restaurant...
I’ve lived in Washington for decades and to me the most overlooked treasure in town is Hillwood Museum and Gardens (4155 Linnean Ave NW), on Rock Creek Park up Connecticut...
Another member who lived in D.C. for decades suggests the following: “Museums are among the best in Washington: I don’t know exactly what’s showing at the National Gallery, but there...
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