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The Inn at Little Washington Adopts New Mascot

Named for the Virginia town where he was fostered, three-year-old Luray is the new mascot of the Inn at Little Washington. Luray is a Dalmatian, the latest...

RAMMYS Are July 30, Restaurant Week Starts Aug. 14

D.C. foodies are gearing up for the capital’s most prestigious restaurant awards show, the RAMMYS, presented by the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington. Voted...

Jeffrey Gildenhorn, 1943–2017 

The iconoclastic D.C. restaurant owner, boxing commissioner and candidate for mayor died June 26 at age 74.

Chef of the Month: John Snedden of Rocklands Barbeque

Each month, Evan Caplan speaks with a chef of a Georgetown-area eatery. Earlier in June, he chatted with Jon Snedden, chef-owner of Rocklands Barbeque...

Chef of the Month: Samuel Kim of 1789 Restaurant

Samuel Kim was named executive chef of 1789 Restaurant, the Georgetown culinary landmark at 1226 36th St. NW, in the summer of 2014. Tell us...

Nora Leaves National Legacy

The story of Nora Pouillon, D.C.’s preeminent organic restaurateur — and the mother of the region’s longest running organic farmers market at Dupont Circle...

French Ambassador Cuts Ribbon at Ladurée on M St.

This Sunday, May 7, from noon to 5 p.m., more than 30 artist’s studios in the former Jackson School building at 3050 R St....

Georgetown Icon, Dixie Liquor Rises Again

Closed since July 1, Dixie Liquor, founded in 1934, reopened April 20 — same place, same times, same property owners, different business owners. The...

Regarding Henri … and Others

As French Market visitors stroll Wisconsin Avenue, inhaling fresh air and enticing smells, they may find themselves asking, “What would Henri do?” French artist and...

France’s Moment in the Sun on Book Hill

Just as Japan had its celebration in D.C. last month around the cherry blossoms, it’s now time for France to have its moment in...

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