In a city like D.C., there are people around every corner waiting to share their culture through food with District residents.
Osteria Morini, located on the Southeast Waterfront, caters to everyone’s deepest desires – that is if your your deepest desires include al dente pasta.
The report highlighted D.C. as more than just the nation’s capital, with a variety of neighborhoods that each seem like a small town.
When your first twirl your fork into this dish and take a taste, you will be transported to Rome. Every bite of the dish is delightfully creamy.
D.C. Restaurant Week starts this week with 250 local restaurants offering three-course lunches or brunches for $22 or three-course dinners for $35.
This weekend, D.C. will be filled with crazy crowds and tourists clogging up every neighborhood from Adams Morgan to Georgetown and everywhere in between.
If you’re shopping for gifts to impress your camera or paint brush wielding friends in the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, then look no further.
HalfSmoke was recently opened with the goal of bringing District residents a new way to eat sausage for lunch and dinner, not just breakfast.
Try these alternative options to popular restaurants around campus that show your parents that you do venture out of the Foggy bubble.
We sampled the restaurants’ food and drinks so you know exactly what to order when the District House vendors finally open on campus.