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How La Plaza Stays Open: No Pay for Owner

Throughout Washington’s five-month shutdown, many local restaurants have bitten the dust, including our beloved Montmartre and the venerable Post Pub (downtown). However, others have...

Capitol Cuisine: Culinary Facelifts

As Barracks Row returns to life, sister restaurants Ugly Mug and Valor Brewpub have created a weekend pop-up: Capitol Hill Crab Shack, 723 8th Street...

Dining Out During Phase Two

Luncheon of the Boating Party?  The beautiful people in Pierre-Auguste Renior’s Impressionist 1881 painting were definitely NOT social distancing as they relaxed beside the...

Local Businesses Step Up

Even as stores are shuttered, as they wait for their Payment Protection Loans to arrive, as they strategize to face an unknown future, many...

Joselito Expands Offerings to Pantry Products

Joselito is selling TOILET PAPER? Now we’ve seen it all. We knew this coronavirus thing was getting weird—surreal--but this is a first. Joselito de Comida,...

Atlas Beer Expands Takeout, Delivery to Half Street Window

On Friday, Atlas Brew Works announced the expansion of take-out and delivery to its new Half Street Brewery & Tap Room location (1201 Half...

DC Council Considers Emergency COVID-19 Bill Tuesday

DC Council will consider Emergency Legislation in response to the COVID-19 outbreak Tuesday in order to help businesses and workers and to ensure the...

Pesce Too Pop-Up Closed Until September

Pesce Too, a spinoff of Dupont Circle’s venerable fish-centric restaurant, popped up atop Bullfrog Bagels, only to abruptly close after the August Hill Rag...
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