The Dabney is a small Michelin-starred restaurant tucked away in Blagden Alley and Naylor Court Historic District of Shaw.
Ellē, located in Mount Pleasant, serves homemade baked goods and plates like our pick for dish of the week – the kimchi toast.
The fried green tomato Benedict comes with two pieces of a house-made yeast roll topped with over-easy eggs and hollandaise sauce.
Thip Khao, at 3462 14th St. NW in Columbia Heights, dishes out the Lao cuisine of northeast Thailand.
A 14-year-old freshman, Curtis Lawrence, is making history this year as one of the youngest full-time students to attend the University.
Located inside The Line Hotel, The Cup We All Race 4 serves pastries like our pick for dish of the week: the cretzel.
When you think of cheese and dessert, you might come up with cheesecakes, but this dish mixes cheese with dessert in a new way.
Bindaas is a University dining partner with dim orange lighting fixtures and spacious seating.
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