Citi Taste of Tennis Serves Up Striking Food, Cocktails

August 2, 2019

Trading sweatbands for heels and dinner jackets, Citi Open tennis players joined coaches, fans, and top local chefs and mixologists for the second-annual Citi Taste of Tennis DC at Hamilton Live on July 29.

BenefitingWashington Tennis & Education Foundation, …

Kastles Elevate Their Game

July 22, 2019

The Washington Kastles would be hard pressed to raise their game even more, having won five titles over its decade of existence. Yet owner Mark Ein managed to do just that: D.C.’s World TeamTennis team, play on high on the …

Sound Aged Bourbon at The Ritz-Carlton

November 10, 2018

Listen to this: a smooth, mellow, almost delicate whiskey poured out not of a handsome French former cognac barrel after 20 years of aging, but from a cupboard-sized machine that transforms the liquid through the use of sound waves. Instead …

RAMMYs Shine Despite Industry Challenges

June 11, 2018

Last night, Sunday, June 10, Washington’s restaurant glitterati tossed on their finest duds to toast to excellence in the dining and food-service industry. More than 2,000 donned elegant dresses, sequined pants and sparkling heels to drink, dance and celebrate the …

Chatting With Chefs: Robert Wiedmaier

April 18, 2018

Each month, Evan Caplan speaks with a chef of a local eatery. In April, he chatted with Robert Wiedmaier of Marcel’s — as well as Brasserie Beck, three Mussel Bar & Grille restaurants, Wildwood Kitchen, live-music venue Villain & Saint …

Chatting with Chefs: Gerald Addison

February 21, 2018

Each month, Evan Caplan speaks with a chef of a local eatery. In February, he chatted with Gerald Addison of Maydan. Addison is a homegrown D.C. native who started his culinary career at Restaurant Nora. He’s passionate about working with …

Chatting with Chefs: Fanor Balderrama of Sequoia

December 6, 2017

Each month, Evan Caplan speaks with a chef of a Georgetown-area eatery. In November, he chatted with Fanor Balderrama of Sequoia. Balderrama started his career working at a catering gig soon after immigrating to New York City from his native

Chatting with Chefs: Noah Dan of Pitango

November 9, 2017

Noah Dan spent his childhood in Trieste, Italy, and founded Pitango in 2007 to recreate the pure and wholesome gelato of his youth. Still a family-owned business, Pitango now has five locations in D.C., Maryland and Virginia. Dan and his

Five Fall Favs

October 11, 2017

Autumn is a celebratory season here in Georgetown, as locals and visitors alike come to the neighborhood to enjoy the scene before winter’s bite arrives. There’s nothing more special than strolling the cobblestone lanes with friends, family and neighbors to

Chatting with Chefs: Chef Anton Bolling

August 23, 2017

Each month, Evan Caplan speaks with a chef of a Georgetown-area eatery. In August, he chatted with Anton Bolling, executive chef at Fabio and Maria Trabocchi’s Fiola Mare in the Washington Harbour. Chef Bolling’s culinary career started right after high