Keren Cafe and Restaurant, located at 1780 Florida Ave. NW, dishes out authentic Ethiopian and Eritrean cuisine for unbeatable prices.
For restaurants with great food and outdoor seating options, check out these spots across the District.
While big-name chain movie theaters are great for catching the latest blockbusters, Suns Cinema boasts an eccentric atmosphere and an offbeat movie selection.
Trivia is taken seriously at Stoney’s on L and the room is almost always completely filled so make sure your team is prepared for stiff competition.
Spend your weekend on the National Mall for a kite festival before finishing it off with a baseball game at Nationals Park.
Visitors of the Smithsonian museums with visual impairments will now be able to better interact with exhibits after the implementation of a new technology.
Start the weekend off by dancing away the stress of midterms to some seriously indie throwback tunes and continue the fun with a school-spirited fight night.
While there is limited convincing evidence to support aphrodisiacs, this Valentine’s Day you can put them to the test at restaurants around D.C.
Alumna Kathryn Zaremba is the co-founder of The Lemon Collective, a workshop space that hosts guided classes for female artists in the District.
This weekend, you can dine out with a discount and check out images of dissent before finishing off your weekend with a twist on a classic fairytale.