When you visit a wine bar, you’re probably looking forward to the drink selection but at St. Vincent Wine, it’s the food that might just steal the show.
As the weather warms up in the District, head to The Salt Line in Navy Yard to enjoy a seafood dining experience along the waterfront.
Even though The Hatchet didn’t always give me exactly what I wanted, it always gave me exactly what I needed.
The hearty bread, known for its distinct sour taste, is made with a sourdough starter: a mixture of water and flour that is “fed” for a few days to weeks.
Mercy Me’s eclectic offerings can satisfy just about anyone, making it one of the best spots around for a first date dinner or a go-to snack spot.
For vegans and non-vegans alike, head to Donut Run in Takoma Park for plant-based donuts with a cult-like following.
Tasty Kabob’s menu is simple and mimics the style of many fast-casual restaurants, allowing customers to customize rice plates, salads or gyros for only $9.
For pastries you can’t find anywhere else in the District, a Saturday trip to La Bodega Bakery is your best bet.
Isolated and at home, more than a dozen students said they bought or adopted a pet to help withstand the pandemic.
Just a few Metro stops away from campus, the trip to Hi/Fi Taco was well worth it for its unconventional take on tacos.