Use this weekend to have some fun before hunkering down for final exams and jump into the holiday spirit with lights, festivities and chocolate.
One of the District’s newest restaurants, Del Mar, offers a dessert that is for extreme sweet tooths only.
The chef behind a new D.C. restaurant craved juicy burgers while traveling around the world, so he added the influences from his travels to his menu.
Enjoy the last few days of Thanksgiving break with pop culture-inspired performances and festive events to move on to the next holiday.
Tanner Oates is the son of 1970s rockstar John Oates – known for starring in the rock duo Hall and Oates.
Pies may cover the countertops around Thanksgiving time, but you don’t need to go home to grab the perfect slice.
There are at least a dozen speakeasies across the District and the locals that flock to the secretive bars hidden around the area have the inside scoop.
Margaret Wroblewski has spent the past month photographing and interviewing women who have faced harassment in the Metro as part of a photography project.
Don’t miss well-known comedians and music performers as they roll through D.C. on their tours this weekend.
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.