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Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest Around DC

Source: Washingtonian Food

District Oktoberfest Multiple locations around Chinatown The District Oktoberfest kicks off this Saturday, September 16, with a bar crawl in Chinatown. Check in at 10 Tavern by 3 PM to enjoy drink and food specials, as well as live Bavarian music. Your ticket ($24 if you use the promo code “cheers”) includes free 12-ounce Oktoberfest beers […]

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Brunch by the Water at These Riverside Restaurants Around DC

Source: Washingtonian Food

Who doesn’t love mimosas with a water view? Take advantage of the warm weather and get outside for brunch this weekend. Osteria Morini 301 Water St., SE #109 Not only does this pretty waterfront Italian in Navy Yard have a roomy wraparound patio shaded by umbrellas, they also serve a fantastic brunch prix-fixe: any choice […]

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Take Our Restaurant Survey and You Could Win Dinner for Two

Source: Washingtonian Food

For the past 40 years, Washingtonian has taken the pulse of the local restaurant scene by asking you, the reader, to play food critic. What’s your favorite new arrival? What’s your go-to brunch spot? Who slings the best pizza? And which places are most overhyped and overpriced? Weigh in on our survey. Your answers will be revealed in […]

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First Look and Taste Test: Fox Loves Tacos

Source: Brightest Young Things DC

No bad vibes allowed

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Taste Test: Dram & Grain Fall Menu

Source: Brightest Young Things DC

Time for a trust fall.

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Drink Out of a Porron and Eat Gin & Tonic Sorbet at Michael Schlow’s New Spanish Pop-Up

Source: Washingtonian Food

If you ever dined at Conosci, the intimate downtown crudo bar from restaurateur Michael Schlow, you might remember the speakeasy-esque entrance—through a velvet curtain inside Alta Strada—and the lack of a real kitchen. (All dishes were made with a toaster oven, induction burner, or rice cooker.) When the ambitious tasting menus outgrew the cooking equipment, Schlow developed […]

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These DC Latte Art Photos Are Giving Us All the Cozy Fall Vibes

Source: Washingtonian Food

If there’s no swirl art, is it still a latte? Local baristas show off their skills. Baked & Wired: Not just for cupcakes. Time for an afternoon pick-me-up A post shared by Swings Coffee (@swingscoffee) on Mar 2, 2017 at 10:08am PST Swoon-worthy heart art. Holiday themed. Almost too pretty to drink…almost. Two part, twice […]

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At Addie’s, a fresh start builds on a towering reputation

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Source: Washington Post Food Section

FIRST BITE | Jeff Black’s beloved seafood restaurant hits the mark with a new location and a new-look menu.

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First Look: Grand Duchess

Source: Brightest Young Things DC

Goodbye High Dive, hello Grand Duchess

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9 Fun Food Events Around DC This Weekend

Source: Washingtonian Food

Pig out this Thursday at Proof’s “Pork & Pinot” pig roast class and wine tasting. First, guests will meet at Proof at 5:15 PM and take a field trip to the nearby FRESHFARM Market with chef Austin Fausett, where he will select fresh produce. Back at Proof, Fausett will lead a cooking class, demonstrating how […]

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Celebrate Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur at These DC-Area Restaurants

Source: Washingtonian Food

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur fall on the early side this year, with the first of the Jewish High Holidays beginning next Wednesday, September 20th at sundown. Several DC-area restaurants are serving their renditions of matzoh ball soup, beef brisket, kugel, and other classics to ring in the Jewish New Year. For catering and carryout […]

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Win Free Tacos for a Year at the Opening of Taco Bamba Springfield 

Source: Washingtonian Food

Chef Victor Albisu knows how to psyche up a crowd for a new restaurant: free tacos for a year. The third northern Virginia outpost of Taco Bamba opens Thursday at 11 AM. And everyone who drops by the boisterous taqueria on opening day will be entered in a raffle, with winners getting one free taco […]

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How Restaurateur Jeff Black Got In The Medical Cannabis Business

Source: Washingtonian Food

The first two people that chef and restaurateur Jeff Black consulted before he officially decided to get in the medical cannabis business were his kids, then 12 and 13. “I sat them down, and I said, ‘I’m not going to do this if there’s going to be some stigma against you in school. I’m not […]

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Succotash Isn’t Cooking the Southern Food of Paula Deen

Source: Washingtonian Food

Succotash looks like a genteel Southern restaurant. Chef Edward Lee’s new Penn Quarter venture is housed in the former Equitable Bank Building, which was recently restored with help from the DC Preservation League to maintain the space’s early 20th-century Greek Revivalist architecture. The romantic maze of white marble and columns features flickering gas lanterns and […]

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Taste Test: Umaya

Source: Brightest Young Things DC

In the mood for a sake bomb?

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