Whether you’re practicing, competing or spectating, no doubt there will be lots of good food to add to the experience. The perfect fit for the sport's sophistication? A seasonal cheese board.
Sugar, spice and everything nice. These muffins are soft, moist and stuffed with tangy cream cheese.
If you’re looking for a budget-friendly veggie side, these roasted carrots and parsnips are just the thing. This dish is easy on the budget, healthy and a cinch to prepare.
This cinnamon maple pecan granola is so, so good and it makes the house smell like sweet cinnamon as it bakes. Dare I say it’s refined sugar-free, vegan and gluten-free?
This stir fry hits all the right notes: salty, spicy, really savory with a tiny hint of sweet. The portobellos are beefy and satisfying and the ginger, garlic, chilis and soy give it the flavor and balance of a classic Asian dish.
The modern Persian restaurant near Dupont Circle is named after 1978, the year the Farivar brothers came to the United States from Iran.
Besides the brews and sweets provided by its partner, Peet’s Coffee, the corner spot has desks, couches, private nooks, meeting rooms and a conference table with a television and screen projector.
These raspberry jam brownies are rich, chewy on the edges and soft and gooey in the middle, with pockets of sweet jam and little bursts of fresh berries and delicious nuggets of Theo Raspberry Chocolate.
To gild the lily a bit, you can turn this ice cream into ice cream sandwiches — soft, puffy, chewy ginger cookies with this tart, creamy ice cream in the middle.
The Rosewood hotel on 31st Street reopened on July 29 with a Wolfgang Puck restaurant on the first floor. Georgetown's Cut is the fifth location of Puck's more-than-a-steakhouse concept.