As the weather warms up, outdoor activities are a possibility again, which includes visiting our popular Nationals Park. Before or after you head over for opening day, consider grabbing a drink and a snack at one of the following bars. Each one has great food and drinks, and is walking distance from the stadium. It’s a great way to celebrate a win or commiserate with fellow game watchers after a loss!
Two secretly deluxe and secretly delicious recipes.
Here is a list of five of the best bakeries in the D.C. for Passover desserts, all of which provide kosher desserts that comply with the rules of Passover, which means no leavened or fermented foods.
Whether you like traditional corned beef and Guinness, or you just want to hear some Irish tunes, there are plenty of D.C. area bars and restaurants celebrating Ireland’s patron saint.
Foursquare CEO and co-founder Dennis Crowley and editor-at-large Sarah Spagnolo kick off the Foursquare On The Pin podcast chatting about surf shops with killer coffee, Austin’s best-known ramen chef and more!
Guinness Irish Pub Beef Stew and Irish Flag Salad are featured in this week’s In the Kitchen.
These venues make the best Irish coffees in the city!
Two side starches that prove one unique ingredient can turn good ole rice or mashed potatoes into something memorable.
Easter may seem far away, but it is really just around the corner. As you may know from past years, reservations get snapped up early, so book your table as soon as you can at these spots.
Crisp, white table cloths and expensive hand-crafted cocktails are staples at many D.C. restaurants and bars, but one bar is making a name for itself with it’s cheap libations and party atmosphere.