Washington, DC’s Best Lawyers: Christopher T. Nace - Washingtonian

Christopher T. Nace is a second generation trial lawyer specializing in medical malpractice and catastrophic injury cases. Mr. Nace believes effectively representing his clients begins with understand...

Take a First Look at Mulebone’s Opening Menu - Washingtonian

Fried chicken with spiced honey. Hot catfish. Gumbo and grilled cornbread. These are a few of the dishes you’ll find on Mulebone’s menu when the restaurant opens on February 12, taking over t...

9 Delicious Cold Weather Recipes from DC Chefs - Washingtonian

Chicken thighs fra diavolo from the Red Hen  Chef Mike Friedman riffs on the Italian-American classic in this simple-yet-delicious recipe, which packs smoky heat from chili flakes and paprika. Sour s...

How to Get Ice Off Your Windshield the Easy Way - Washingtonian

There’s nothing to be done about unplowed roads but wait (and hit refresh on the DC plow map every few minutes, of course). But when those little green dots finally start to populate the side str...

Redline Sports Bar Discriminated Against Former Bartender, Jury Says - Washingtonian

A federal jury ordered the Redline sports bar in DC’s Chinatown to pay a former bartender $687,000 in damages after finding the bar and its owner guilty of racial discrimination against her. B...

9 Reasons You Should Follow @dcgus on Instagram Right Now - Washingtonian

After receiving an abundance of photos this weekend of dogs playing in the snow, our Washingtonian Instagram team sent out a call for DC-area residents to share more photos of their furry pals enjo...

This is the Pink and Purple Wedding of Your Childhood Dreams, All Grown Up - Washingtonian

Kristina Estabrook and Jonnie Huynh’s wedding is everything that makes us fall in love with winery weddings: gorgeous landscape views, soft pastels, and timeless elegance. All of the gorgeous celebr...

How DC’s Independent Bookstores Stayed Open Throughout the Storm - Washingtonian

The snowstorm of 2016 shut down both the DC government and Metro, but it couldn’t close Kramerbooks & Afterwords. The Dupont Circle bookstore and cafe kept its lights on all throughout the...

This Snow-Bourbon Cocktail is Pure Winter Genius - Washingtonian

Chances are you still have an excess of snow and whiskey around the house after the winter storm, so here’s a handy cocktail recipe that utilizes both from Room 11 partner Dan Searing. The spirits s...

Behold the Frozen Beauty of Blizzard-Covered Washington - Washingtonian

A new video from National Geographic shows both “marble” and everyday Washington after this weekend’s massive snowstorm. And it’s just really…nice, with a Charlie Brown ...

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Just Gave You One More Reason to Love Him - Washingtonian

If you’ve been in a motivational funk since you started your fitness goals for the year, we might have something that will get you back out there: Maryland-based company and local fashion success s...

Classic Pale Green and Gold Wedding at DC’s Anderson House - Washingtonian

One of the beauties of marrying at Anderson House is there’s very little that needs to be done to “decorate” it. Gilded accents and grand staircases–along with a stunning terrace–mad...

Landmark Cited Yelp Reviews in its Lawsuit Against Regal - Washingtonian

Landmark Theatres filed suit on Tuesday against Regal, saying the movie-theater giant has coerced movie distributors into depriving Landmark of licenses to titles such as Star Wars: The Force A...

6 Times DC Snowstorm News Sounded Like Fake News - Washingtonian

Quick quiz, is this paragraph from the Washington Post or the Onion? ROCKVILLE, MD.—Warning that it’s getting really nasty out there right now, local mother Diane Burchill, 56, reported Friday th...

Richmond-Based Menswear Brand Ledbury is Opening in Georgetown - Washingtonian

Yet another menswear brand is headed to DC, following the trend recently set by Onward Reserve, Frank & Oak, Filson, and Avenue Jack, among others. This time, it’s a local-ish brand that’s mak...

Meet Chris Konopka, Who Might Be DC United’s Next Goaltender - Washingtonian

DC United goalkeeper Bill Hamid will be sidelined for months by knee surgery, which means the team needs someone in that position, and fast. Chris Konopka is at the club’s Florida camp right now, ...

The CIA Shared Classified UFO Documents to Celebrate the Return of The X-Files - Washingtonian

Even the CIA is trying to piggyback on the return of The X-Files. On Monday, the agency’s Twitter account posted a webpage titled “Take a Peek Into our X-Files” that links to p...

Arlington National Cemetery Has a Memorial to the Space Shuttle Challenger - Washingtonian

The worst disaster in the US space program’s history played out in front of millions of television viewers 30 years ago this week when the Space Shuttle Challenger exploded 73 seconds after lif...

Philadelphia-Based Vegan Restaurant HipCityVeg Is Coming to DC - Washingtonian

You know what they say: when the door of one fast-casual vegan restaurant closes, another one opens. Native Foods Cafe just left the DC market, and the Philadelphia-based HipCityVeg is ready to move i...

Michael Schlow Will Open Alta Strada and a Crudo Bar in DC - Washingtonian

Boston-based restaurateur Michael Schlow is building a strong presence in Washington, having opened two popular restaurants in the District—Tico and the Riggsby—in under two years. Next up for the...

DC Veterans Associations Wary of Commenting on Trump Fundraiser - Washingtonian

Cementing his feud with Megyn Kelly and Fox News, Donald Trump will hold a fundraiser in Iowa tonight in support of veterans, rather than debate his fellow Republican candidates on the network’s pri...

7 Fun Ideas for Your National Mall Engagement Photo Shoot - Washingtonian

We fell in love with Zhen Lin and Ben Li’s fun portraits that they took with Clarence Chan Photography at the National Mall and National Harbor. When you read their story, you’ll understand that n...

Mount Pleasant Is the Fifth-Hottest Neighborhood in US, Redfin Says - Washingtonian

Mount Pleasant’s potluck-dinner hosts and other community altruists can now boast—or maybe shudder—that their neighborhood has been named the fifth-hottest for home sales in 2016 in the Un...

Faces of Washington 2016 - Washingtonian

Washington, DC, is not just the nation’s capital; it’s home to some wonderfully talented and smart entrepreneurs and business leaders, who are moving their industries and this region forwa...

Making a Murder Lawyers Announce Warner Theatre Event - Washingtonian

Netflix’s popular crime documentary series Making a Murderer is about the homicide trial of Steven Avery, but it’s his dedicated, empathetic defense attorneys—Dean Strang and Jerry But...

Free Things to Do in DC This Weekend January 28 to 31: Cameron Esposito Comes to the Kennedy Center - Washingtonian

THURSDAY, JANUARY 28 Chiara Izzi at Living Room Live Italian vocalist Chiara Izzi will perform a set of US and International songs from Motifs, her debut album, at The Ritz-Carlton in Georgetown. 7 PM...

Winter Restaurant Week Extensions Around DC - Washingtonian

The Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington officially extended restaurant week for the first time ever due to the winter storm. Participants will now serve $22 lunches and $35 dinners throu...

These Are the Most Popular Kinds of Alcohol DC Orders by Phone - Washingtonian

As a historic snowstorm pummeled the East Coast last week, DC residents rushed to stockpile the necessities: milk, bread, rock salt, and a lot of booze. Last-minute liquor store runs are nothing new,...

Meet the Rising Chefs at Washington’s Best Restaurants - Washingtonian

Behind every Fabio and every José is a deputy who toils in the kitchen day after day. This bunch may not be famous—yet—but someday these rising talents might land on our best-restaurants list wit...

Duke’s Counter is Coming to Woodley Park - Washingtonian

Dupont neighborhood spot Duke’s Grocery is expanding, opening a second East London-inspired gastropub in Woodley Park: Duke’s Counter. The casual eatery will open directly across from the National...

Here’s How the World War I Memorial Will Change Pershing Park - Washingtonian

DC is getting its first glimpse of plans for a brand new Pershing Park. The World War I Centennial Commission, which has Congressional approval to build a memorial on the site, named a winner in its o...

A Salute to Jeff Bezos’s Swashbuckling Necktie - Washingtonian

At the dedication for the Washington Post‘s new building Thursday, owner Jeff Bezos talked about the how the publication is a “little more swashbuckling” these days.  “The...

How the Go-Go Cover of Adele’s “Hello” Got Made - Washingtonian

While DC’s go-go scene might not be as prominent as it used to be, it’s enjoyed a resurgence lately thanks to the Backyard Band’s cover of Adele‘s massively popular single,...

9 Romantic Restaurants for Valentine’s Day Around DC - Washingtonian

Valentine’s Day weekend is almost here, and while you can’t go wrong with any of the restaurants on our recently-released 100 Very Best Restaurants list, here are a few that put extra-roma...

Stop Talking About Teachers As If They’re Missionaries - Washingtonian

When Lisette Partelow embarked on a new career in 2012, she had all the props of an elite Washington professional: an Ivy League degree, management responsibility, challenging work, and a paycheck tha...

This Is What Washington Looks Like From the International Space Station - Washingtonian

The International Space Station completes about 15.5 orbits of Earth every day, giving its crew plenty of opportunities to capture unrivaled photos of the planet below. And on one of its swings around...

Washington, DC’s Best Lawyers: Cyrus Mehri - Washingtonian

Cyrus Mehri is a founding partner of the law firm Mehri & Skalet, PLLC. Mr. Mehri has served as co-lead class counsel in some of the largest and most significant race and gender cases in U.S. hist...

Washington, DC’s Best Lawyers: Michael Lieder - Washingtonian

Michael Lieder became “of counsel” to Mehri & Skalet in 2012. Since then he has worked primarily on employment discrimination and FLSA class action litigation for the firm. For the previous 21...

Andrew Evans and Eric Hilton Bring Barbecue (and Frito Pies!) to 14th Street - Washingtonian

Frito pies from a to-go window. Pork rinds with smoked-sausage-and-cheese dip. Fried cornbread pudding with salted caramel and vanilla ice cream. Those are just a few of the indulgences Andrew Evans p...

Former West End Cinema Owner Says Landmark Theatres Is Suing Regal Over What It Did to Him - Washingtonian

When Josh Levin, who operated the West End Cinema at M and 23rd streets, Northwest, read Landmark Theatres’ lawsuit this week against Regal Entertainment claiming the Gallery Place movie theate...

The Strange, Crazy Afterlife of a Reality TV Star - Washingtonian

Step into Tareq Salahi’s house and you’ll pass a framed Washington Post article crowning him a 2009 Person of the Year. Take a right. There’s a photograph of him laughing with David Letterman on...

Are the Real Housewives of D.C. Cursed? - Washingtonian

Michaele Salahi divorced Tareq Salahi in 2012 and married Journey guitarist Neal Schon in 2013. Tours with the band; hasn’t missed a show in four years. Cat Ommanney divorced Charles Ommanney in 201...

Clinton Yates Leaves Washington Post for ESPN’s Undefeated - Washingtonian

Clinton Yates is the latest Washington Post journalist to get poached by ESPN’s The Undefeated. He’ll be a senior writer at the publication. Former Post managing editor Kevin Merida announ...

Take a Look Inside Alfie’s Pop-Up from Chef Alex McCoy - Washingtonian

Most restaurant previews are fleeting, but chef Alex McCoy has a lengthier run in mind for the Alfie’s pop-up, which debuts Tuesday. The creative Thai restaurant will take over the former Mothership...

The Week in Food Events: Cocina Tortas Pop-Up, Daikaya’s Ramen Class - Washingtonian

More Mexican sandwiches: Songbyrd Music House & Record Cafe launches a Cocina Tortas pop-up on Monday from 5 to 10. Chef Quinten Fry dishes up creative versions of the popular Mexican sandwiches...

There’s a Huge, Free Warehouse Sale Happening in Alexandria This Weekend - Washingtonian

For the past ten years, Old Town Boutique District shops have come together for a giant warehouse sale, and this year is no exception. This weekend, however, the sale is expanding its footprint at The...

A DC Man Raised $1,800 for Refugees by Shoveling Snow - Washingtonian

D’Arcy Williams spent 35 hours shoveling away the aftermath of the massive DC snowstorm, and the Wilson High School graduate and Chevy Chase DC resident donated all the proceeds–a not-too-s...

Here’s What Small Plates Actually Look Like at DC Restaurants - Washingtonian

Once upon a time, small-plate dishes all came in the same basic size: small. Nowadays, the term means different things at different places. Shrimp Crudo ($12), Maketto Server recommends: 1–2 small p...

20 Things to Do In DC This February - Washingtonian

1. “Seeing Nature: Landscape Masterworks From the Paul G. Allen Family Collection” Phillips Collection, February 6–May 8 Officially, this exhibit chronicles how painting natural scenes has evol...

Things to Do in DC This Week February 1-3: Experimental Composer Emily Wells Performs at the Black Cat - Washingtonian

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1 EAT: Former executive chef for Bloomingdale staple Big Bear Cafe Quinten Frye brings his latest project Cocina Tortas to Songbyrd Music House and Cafe as a pop-up. You’ll be able...




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