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Familiar Dishes With Creative Touches at Daru

New Indian Daru, an exceptional Indian restaurant with international flair, has arrived in the Atlas District. You’ll find it at 1451 Maryland Ave., NE (the...

New and to The Point: Up-and-Coming DC Restaurants

As Washington gradually returns to normal, new restaurants are arriving on Capitol Hill and nearby. In the up-and-coming Buzzard Point neighborhood, Washington seafood maestro...

Capitol Cuisine: Go Crazy, Grandma Style

Manhattan Vibe We recently enjoyed a pleasant dinner at Caruso’s Grocery, tucked away in The Roost complex. What a treat! This cozy, vibrant restaurant conjures...

New Restaurants Opening as Restrictions Relax

On May 10, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) announced that most restrictions in the District would be lifted on May 21. Those include capacity limits...

Sprightly Newcomer Duck & the Peach Does Day & Night

Last month, The Duck & the Peach opened at 300 Seventh St. SE, across from Eastern Market. The sprightly newcomer is operated by Hollis...

Capitol Cuisine

Another restaurant has flocked to The Roost coop—uh—food hall, 1401 Pennsylvania Ave. SE in the posh Blackbird residences. The newcomer is Leni’s Café. There,...

Another Restaurant Flocks to The Roost

Another restaurant has flocked to The Roost coop—uh—food hall, 1401 Pennsylvania Ave. SE in the posh Blackbird residences. The newcomer is Leni’s Café. There,...

Kevin Tien Mixes His Roots on Moon Rabbit Menu

We really enjoyed Moon Rabbit. That’s the name of Executive Chef Kevin Tien’s new “modern Vietnamese restaurant” in the District Wharf’s InterContinental Hotel. On...

Explore The Roost Food Hall

Just in time for Thanksgiving, Neighborhood Restaurant Group has unveiled The Roost, an ambitious food hall adjoining the posh Blackbird apartment building. You’ll find...

Capitol Cuisine: Nostalgia Prevails at Jimmy T’s

I thought I was back in Chattanooga in the 1950s. Jimmy T’s Place evokes fond memories of my Tennessee boyhood. With its pressed-tin ceiling,...
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