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DC eats - 5 new places to try NOW Happy 2015! It’s no secret that I love bold Asian flavors, and I am super excited to see more and more restaurants opening in DC that present these to me. From Laotian food, to Peruvian-Asian, to a specialty dumpling bar, let’s start 2015 with these new places that have recently opened in DC. Copycat Co – If you like great cocktails and enjoy eating just enough to enjoy your drinks, Copycat Co is...    Read More

Shop local this holiday season! The holidays are upon us, and one of my favorite gifts (to give and receive!) is food and food related goods and products! But whether you are shopping for a foodie in your life or not, these specialty food/kitchen stores will have something for everyone. You are sure to find something to use as stocking stuffers, or to put together for a great gift basket. Smucker Farms of Lancaster County : This 14th St NW stor...    Read More

The nation’s capital is filled with eats from every pocket of the globe. This week, however, we are choosing to round up some of the best German cuisine and libations in the district, paying homage to the 2014 World Cup champions. Let’s honor the “beautiful game” with some gorgeous grub. Prost! Biergarten Haus ( This busy H Street joint is not only large enough to accommodate quite the crowd for ...    Read More

It’s strawberry season! In the scorching heat of DC, I dream of biting into a juicy, perfectly ripe strawberry. While many farms and farmers markets in the area have their strawberries (and other produce and fruits) for sale, it’s always fun to pick your own (PYO). You can even freeze an especially big haul, to use in those winter months when there is no sign of spring. Head out to one of these local farms to PYO strawberries, peaches and...    Read More

2013 was a great dining year for DC. The District flourished with an abundance of new restaurants, new chefs, new menus, new cuisines, and a lot of great food, all accompanied by a ton of excitement. It’s been hard to keep up with all the new openings, but here is my list of 10 exciting places that are now open and are calling your name. Osteria Morini – This Italian restaurant in the flourishing Navy Yard area of Southeast DC from ...    Read More

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RAMW has officially extended the Restaurant Week promotuion until Wednesday Feburary 3. Please visit RAMW for more information or to see a list of restaurants who have extended their service. ...    Read More

This Friday January 8th, Northwest DC’s popular Petworth will welcome the opening of new neighborhood bar The Twisted Horn, a concept by Megan Coyle and Jamie Leeds of Hank’s Oyster Bar. The craft cocktail bar with a program that features seasonal cocktails made with local ingredients and a focus on house infusions will also offer a variety of small bites and snacks in the casual, candlelit space transformed from a former church. Cozy...    Read More

Warm up: 5 fireplace bars in DC The Polar vortex might now be a dreaded word. Even if it’s not a polar vortex, it can be pretty chilly outside for the next few weeks. If you want to enjoy a night out - warm up at one of these cozy spots and stay comfortable. Barcelona Wine bar: This popular new 14th Street wine bars has one of the best outdoor spaces in the city. You can also enjoy it in these colder months - its outdoor fireplace along wi...    Read More

Since Valentine's Day is coming up, I thought I'd round up some of the city's best hot chocolates. After all, it's still cccccccold outside and what better way to warm up than with than a steaming cup of hot cocoa? Add a Valentine into that equation and you've got a recipe for loooooove. (Or just a pleasant afternoon. Either way!) It's not surprising that Co Co Sala makes incredible hot chocolate--after all it IS a chocolate restaurant. But tha...    Read More

Sweetgreen Vs Chop't: Battle of the DC Designer Salad Shops Sweetgreen and Chop't, Chop't and Sweetgreen. If you're of the veggie persuasion and you live in the DC area, chances are you've nommed on the big green salads at one of these establishments. District-dwellers love these salad spots because they're fast, easy and fresh. But if you put them in the ring, which one would come out on top? We investigate. Both restaurants were started by c...    Read More

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