MXDC, located a block from the White House at 600 14th St. NW, dishes out fresh, gourmet and re-imagined Mexican cuisine.
Take time to appreciate the arts this weekend by visiting Dupont Underground and the Sculpture Garden and tuning into an iHeartRadio concert.
Ditch your sit-down dinner plans and order from these “ghost” kitchens for takeout or delivery through apps like UberEats and Doordash.
Some services cater to vegans, while others pride themselves on their relatively low prices.
College students across the country are trying to become brand ambassadors for the snack and alcohol delivery company GoPuff.
Opt for mouthwatering, home cooked barbecue at Henry’s Soul Cafe on your next takeout lunch or dinner.
Celebrate the weekend by attending a satirical play called “Hi, Are You Single?” or listening to people talk about the highs and lows of dating.
Without classrooms or bars to meet people, students said they’ve turned to dating apps to find dates or locked in connections they already made in person.
Rather than heading out to eat this Valentine’s Day, order in your dinner from a restaurant offering romantic specials to-go.
From visiting a bookstore to riding on a ferris wheel, here are some relatively safe Valentine’s Day date ideas in the District for you and your significant other.