South Block may be closed for the summer, but you can head to Fruitive for refreshing smoothie bowls like the Maca Berry Bowl – our pick for dish of the week.
Start your weekend with an exhibit honoring the Stonewall Riots, then head to one of the Smithsonians in celebration of the summer solstice Saturday.
Less than a year after the neighborhood bagel shop debuted its first location at 3301 Georgia Ave. NW in October, the shop will expand to Georgetown.
Walk to the Flagg Building Friday for a new Corcoran exhibition, visit D.C.’s inaugural Strawberry Festival and poke fun at President Donald Trump’s tweets.
Throughout June, Roy Boys is whipping up “Rainbow Crunch” ice cream tacos to honor Pride Month.
Thousands of onlookers and marchers flooded the streets of Dupont Circle for the annual Capital Pride Parade Saturday.
Fried fresh and topped with pickled onion slaw and lime crema, The District Fishwife’s shrimp tacos are our pick for dish of the week.
Liven up your weekend with some local jazz Friday, followed by the annual gay pride parade in Dupont Circle Saturday.
Start the weekend off celebrating LGBTQ rights. Then, ease into June with a night of dancing at The Wharf.
Rice serves up authentic and innovative Thai cuisine, making its drunken noodles our dish of the week.