Food & Dining

Luxe Champagne-and-Seafood Cruises Set Sail From the Wharf

DC Eater 3/17 11:30A Tierney Plumb
Courses served with seafaring accessories are part of the Cru Classé experience. | Nautiste Tenured chef and sommelier Troy Knapp serves scallop crudo, local oysters, and Cristal on D.C. waterways...

6 Great Pubs for a Full Irish Breakfast Around DC

Washingtonian (Food) 3/17 6:37A Anna Spiegel
An Irish breakfast is more than a morning meal. The fry-up typically involves eggs, grilled tomato, and baked beans—and it differs from its English cousin with a variety of breakfast meats like rashers (Irish bacon) or black and white puddings...

7 Fun Food Events Around DC

Washingtonian (Food) 3/16 10:09A Tory Basile
St. Patrick s Day is on Friday, March 17, and we rounded up the best Irish pubs for a Guinness-fueled celebration, and some events around town. Prepare Italian pasta like the pros at this tortellini-making class on Friday, March 17 at Shipgarten...

It’s Totally Cool if You Want to Steal Cups From This DC Bar

Washingtonian (Food) 3/16 10:08A Jessica Sidman
Approximately 1,100 cups have been stolen from Royal Sands Social Club since the Florida-themed bar that looks like a swimming pool opened in Navy Yard less than three months ago. This would be a huge nuisance—and expense—to most restaurateurs....

Our Favorite Places for Breakfast and Brunch Around Dupont Circle

Washingtonian (Food) 3/16 7:22A Anna Spiegel
Dupont Circle is one of DC s best neighborhoods for breakfast and brunch—local bakeries and coffee shops mingle with quick-grab places, leisurely cafes, and great restaurants. On Sundays, the Dupont Circle FreshFarm Market—the largest in...

D.C.’s Essential Irish Pubs

DC Eater 3/15 10:53A Tierney Plumb
Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images Where to down a creamy pint of Guinness on St. Patrick’s Day — or all year long It’s not hard to stumble onto a bar in D.C. serving corned beef and...

DC’s Newest Food Hall Opens with Tacos, Poke, and Breakfast Sandwiches

Washingtonian (Food) 3/15 9:36A Anna Spiegel
Bryant Street Market food hall opens in Edgewood on Friday, March 17 with tacos, poke, breakfast sandwiches, and more. The multi-stall marketplace (formerly called The Bevy) is part of MRP Realty’s new mixed-use development in the Northeast DC...

Where to Eat and Drink in Old Town Alexandria

DC Eater 3/15 6:47A Missy Frederick
Seafood from Hank’s Oyster Bar. | Hank’s Oyster Bar/Facebook This historic area is well worth exploring Charming Old Town Alexandria is a favorite neighborhood for tourists because of its historic...

All-Purpose Pizzeria in Navy Yard Is Also Becoming a Pasta Place

Washingtonian (Food) 3/15 6:12A Jessica Sidman
All-Purpose chef/co-owner Mike Friedman says his original vision for the Navy Yard location of his pizzeria was to make it more of an Italian-American trattoria—not just a place for a deck-oven pies and beers after a Nats game. But when it opened...

An Eater's Guide to Dining in D.C.

DC Eater 3/14 11:58A Eater Staff
The view of the Washington Monument from the Lincoln Memorial | Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images Unofficial, highly opinionated information about eating and drinking in the nation's capital Outsiders may...
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