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Guide to Winter Restaurant Week 2018

The Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington (RAMW) Winter Restaurant Week is fast approaching, with more than 100 distinguished local eateries offering bargain bites from January 22 through 28. Snag a prix-fixe brunch or lunch for $22, or grab dinner for $35, at participating restaurants...


5 Winter Day Trips from DC

While it is tempting to spend the winter hibernating indoors, striving to achieve the Danish concept of hygge, there are also plenty of reasons to leave the hearth in search of adventure. Here are a few of the best winter day trips within an...


Where to Dine Out On New Year’s Eve in DC, 2018

Pretty soon we’ll be showing 2017 nothing but the taillights, but before that happens we need to see it off in style. If you haven’t made reservations New Year’s Eve dinner yet, don’t worry, while RSVPs are filling up fast we’ve put together this list of...


Lyftie Awards: Most Visited Restaurant in DC is Busboys and Poets

The Lyftie Awards have arrived revealing the most frequented drop-off destinations for Lyft drivers in major cities around the country. The Washington, D.C. results are below and, mostly, not surprising. DC results are below and view city-by-city results here. Most Visited Restaurant: Busboys and...


7 DC Pies to Put in your Pie Hole This Holiday Season

Pie is one of the most versatile baked goods in the Universe but there are still people who make bold statements like “I hate pie!”  You might even call some of those people “family.” Well, this holiday season, we want to change hearts, minds,...



A Star Wars Pop-Up Bar Just Opened in D.C.

Dubbed the DarkSide Bar, this unofficial Star Wars pop-up bar in D.C. (plus two other locations on this side of the galaxy—New York City and Los Angeles) offers space nerds, distant travelers, and creatures of all kinds the unique chance to “cross over to the...



Insider’s Guide to Outdoor Ice Skating in DC

Christmas weekend is right around the corner and that means (weather permitting) outdoor ice rinks will start opening up to the public all over the District. We’ve pulled together a list of some of our favorite places to cut the ice. Washington Harbour Ice...


Where to Eat Out on Thanksgiving in DC

Don’t feel like cooking on Thanksgiving? We hear you. Thankfully, not every DC restaurant is taking the day off and many are offering prix fixe menus to make Turkey Day easier. Be warned: most require reservations and reservations do go fast. Here are 10 Thanksgiving...