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What to Know About DC’s Indoor Vaccine Requirement

What do you put in your pockets every time you leave the house? Wallet? Hand sanitizer? Mask? Starting this weekend, District residents leaving the house...

Where’s the Beef?: Capitol Cuisine

If you wondered “where’s the beef,” you’ll find lots of it at Harvest Tide Steakhouse, 212 Seventh St. SE. Across from Eastern Market, 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...

Mussel Power Back to Full Strength on H Street

Renewed Mussel Power It’s BACK! The Atlas District’s Granville Moore’s, beloved for mussels and pommes frites, has returned. During the pandemic shutdown, proprietor/chef Ryan Gordon...

Nominate Your Favorites for A RAMMY Award

This is the year you are on the awards committee. For the first time, members of the public can make nominations for the RAMMY...

Changes to Mask Mandate for Fully Vaccinated

As of Monday, May 17, the District's mask mandate has changed: fully vaccinated people need only wear a mask where it's required --like in...

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...

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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