One of the District’s newest restaurants, Del Mar, offers a dessert that is for extreme sweet tooths only.
If you’re craving something spicy to warm you up, the Chorizo Casero con Puré de Patatas al Aceite de Oliva ($9.50) at Jaleo is a must-try.
The impossible burger, a genetically modified vegetable burger, is being served at all of the Founding Farmers restaurants, as well as their sister restaurants.
Hen Quarter exudes Southern charm with wood accents, bright white lights and unforgettable chicken and waffles.
A Bethesda-based restaurant that opened Monday is drawing in crowds for its smoked breakfast burgers.
Laoban Dumplings, a pop-up dumpling shop, is set to open up a small storefront in Foggy Bottom.
Maketto, located right on H Street, offers a unique take on Cambodian and Taiwanese cuisine in a modern and airy space.
If you’re looking for an unusual dish to satisfy your sweet tooth, ChurchKey’s tater tot sundae is sure to please.
Everyone could use a little assistance sticking to their plans, so clear out some space on your phone and you’ll have help at your fingertips.
The crème brûlée doughnut at Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken adds an irresistible twist to the timeless French dessert.