The spicy roasted fresno plate ($10.35) included chicken breast, brown rice, fresno pepper sauce, pickled red onions, crispy shallots and cilantro.
Start your weekend off celebrating Women’s History Month, then enjoy a bonfire with friends and finish with a class on urban farming.
We may have just gotten some snow, but the upcoming warm weather calls for picnics and more time outside.
From book talks to film discussions, here’s a rundown of ways you can celebrate Women’s History Month every day of March.
Venture outside of D.C. for a day or weekend and explore a national park or sip wine at a vineyard.
Check out The REACH’s outdoor art exhibit, head to Arlington for a farmers market and learn how to liven up your apartment with plants.
Head just north of Chinatown to try out plant-based, Israeli-inspired meals from Shouk.
Some students are turning their childhood bedrooms into self-started businesses during the pandemic while others are maintaining their brands.
Students have had their fair share of embarrassing stories while their camera or microphone was on without their knowledge.
The Hatchet went out on a mission through the District to find the next best burger spot. Thunder Burger Bar came out on top.