There’s a new Halloween-themed restaurant full of Tim Burton references, stuffed bats, lamps supposedly made out of real human bones, and spooky pumpkins opening on H Street NE this weekend. Before opening
After three meals at Georgetown’s 6-week-old Cut by Wolfgang Puck, Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema is sold, awarding the glitzy steak-and-seafood spot 2.5 stars (“good/excellent”) in a review
Popular H Street cocktail bar Copycat Co. fired a bartender accused of spewing racial comments and sexist slurs to a customer over the weekend, as Washingtonian first reported today. Owner Devin Gong Eater
Fast-growing homegrown chain Poké Papa, which got its start in Chinatown in 2017 and expanded to Foggy Bottom last year, will cross state lines for the first time with a new location in Bethesda, Maryland.
Andy’s Pizza, the recently opened New York-style pizza shop in Tysons Galleria that got a thumbs up from Washington Post food writer Tim Carman, is expected to move into D.C. this year. A source with of
The Ballston building that used to house canceled chef Mike Isabella’s Pepita is changing from a cantina that used to deliver toxins to customers’ livers into an anti-aging and wellness center that injects
Homegrown fast-casual chain &pizza just found a way to enter new markets at record speed, rolling out three branded trucks that will serve the same menu of oblong pies found at 36 locations up and down
As soon as Hurricane Dorian started blasting the Bahamas with winds over 185 mph and what would be more than 3 feet of rain, Jill Tyler started making calls, sending emails, and sliding into DMs. Tyler,
Organizers of the annual H Street festival that celebrates arts and culture in the lively Northeast corridor are frustrated that two corporate behemoths have declined to donate anything to the event. Saleem,
Baltimore Restaurant Group Under Fire for Racist Dress Code Is Going to Tell People What to Wear in D.C. Too
A strict dress code posted to the door of a new Baltimore seafood house has recently drawn a viral social media response decrying it as “blatantly discriminatory” and “racist as hell.” The restaurant behind
Restaurateur Hakan Ilhan is delivering on his promise to make his incoming brasserie in Georgetown a French-themed magnet for millennials, naming a 25-year-old as executive chef in an announcement today.
GrizForm Design Architects just shared renderings of the interior design at Dauphine’s, the massive Louisiana-style restaurant from the group that owns essential Navy Yard seafood house the Salt Line the
Will Sharp, the D.C.-based designer who co-founded Southeast Asian cafe/streetwear boutique Maketto, just opened a new place in Navy Yard that sells coffee in the front and men’s clothing in the back.
Pop-ups seem to be everywhere in D.C. Here, Eater will highlight some of the best pop-up options coming to town over the next month or so, and periodically update this guide when old ones disappear and
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Michelin-starred Komi is bringing back Happy Gyro, the vegetarian pop-up that reinvents Greek diner food from chef-owner Johnny Monis’s youth, for the month of October. Happy Gyro has taken over Komi once
D.C .has no dearth of fine-dining restaurants, and some of fanciest can feel unattainable. But luckily, many offer ways to enjoy fancy cooking at a discount. The best bargain seekers know to look for hour
Joe Theismann’s Restaurant, the reliable Old Town sports bar that the former Redskins quarterback founded in 1975, reopened this week after major renovations and introduced a new menu. New items like salmon,
Hula Girl, which provided sliver of island life in Shirlington for nearly four years, will serve its last order of root beer sticky ribs this month. Chef-owner Mikala Brennan announced today that the last
A pool of fat seeps out of the burger and surrounds the patty, frying it on the flat top with an audible sizzle. A square of yellow American cheese starts melts on top, assisted by steam and a cover that’s
One afternoon last week, restaurateur Ashok Bajaj played a little serving plate Tetris with the flashy new toy at his latest rebranded restaurant. Bajaj has imported an antipasti trolley for Modena, a
Mexicue, a former New York City food truck that’s grown into a mini-chain around the city, plans to bring Mexican-American mash-ups like pulled pork tacos or jambalaya brimming with chorizo and guajillo
Navy Yard will welcome not one, but two new ramen shops over the next six months. Already awaiting the anticipated arrival of Hatoba, the latest project from Daikaya Group, the Southeast neighborhood also