The Beacon Hill lair plans a Seaport expansion.
The business makes one item, tendon bowls cooked to order.
The new spot will feature barbecue, but in a much broader sense.
And we're not talking about Chipotle, either.
Texas corn pudding, ribs, and deviled eggs arrive courtesy a DC expat.
If the owners of The Village Idiot have their say, an homage to the historic gay bar could return.
The creamery will not only sell dairy products, it's going to make some on premises too.
The new spot celebrates all those who make the city's restaurants so amazing, and all those who love them.
Arlington Center gets a new Indian restaurant, across the street from an older one.
Chez Panisse alum Jonathan Waxman will add intrigue and lamb to the menu.
Now that chefs' tattoos have lost their ability to shock, street art is increasingly being welcomed into restaurants.
The working title for the cocktail and coffee bar is the Office.
The new restaurant is culinary vet Greg Vernick's first solo effort.
An open kitchen concept comes to UpStairs.
He's bringing back the Waylon!
GEM, from the team behind Red Lantern, will open in the coming days.