How do brewers incorporate local flavors in their products, and how does that impact their profitability and overall image for the American consumer? This question was discussed this past weekend at the Smithsonian’s Last Call event on November 3, which included an evening of conversation, craft beer tastings and historic artifacts. The event was part […]
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For the fifteenth year in a row, local chefs will compete in a roaring culinary battle that offers bragging rights and charitable support to non-profit D.C. Central Kitchen. On November 8, The Capital Food Fight offers a taste of over 70 of the D.C. area’s top restaurants with tasty delights like poke tuna, mini brat sliders and even […]
From November 4 through 11, Washingtonians will be able to enjoy good eats and empowering signature events poised to tackle issues of diversity and inclusion in the restaurant industry. The inaugural DMV Black Restaurant Week will highlight black-owned restaurateurs, chefs and caterers in the region, with 20-plus locations serving discounted deals or prix fixe menus […]
Don’t label The Eleanor just a bowling alley. It’s much more than that, according to founder Adam Stein. Ever since he was a student at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, Stein dreamed of opening a lounge with a bowling component to make it a multi-use entertainment space. That vision is realized with The Eleanor. […]
The image is bright—the colors, vibrant—the eyes as round as saucers. The girl kicks her heeled shoes up on the side of the wall, one on top of the other, while her right hand is stretched outwards towards you, one finger on the left hand pointing towards herself mischievously. In another photo, she swings from […]