Food & Drink
When the 5th of May comes around, Washingtonians hit the restaurants to celebrate the Mexican holiday of Cinco de Mayo. These top restaurants celebrate the best of D.C. from an all-out rooftop party to the best tequila selection in town.
Nothing signifies a special occasion quite like a meal at a fancy French restaurant. Here is a list of five of the best French restaurants in D.C., all serving authentic French cuisine for a reasonable price.
For breakfast, some Washingtonians want it all packed neatly into a hand-held option. From the classic breakfast sandwich to vegan options or an egg squeezed between a doughnut or waffles, DC has some of the most unique breakfast sandwiches in the nation.
Cajun food is a rustic, French-inspired cuisine that hails from Louisiana, and it has become very popular all around the country. In DC, there are several restaurants that serve Cajun fare.
Lent requires observers to abstain from eating meat on Fridays during the 40-day period. Observers are allowed to eat fish, so many churches and restaurants host fish fries on Fridays during Lent. Here are some spots where you can find a fish fry during Lent.
When it comes to tasty slow-cooked soul food, Washingtonians love a juicy, delectable corned beef and cabbage. Chef Morton of Art & Soul shares his secret to melt-in-your-mouth corned beef with a side of cider-braised cabbage.
D.C. has so many great restaurants that it is hard to know where to go for the best dishes. Here is a compilation of the best seafood restaurants so you know where to go when craving a fresh seafood dish.
Make a reservation at one of these restaurants to try some of the best handmade pasta in DC.
We rounded up some of the world’s most outlandish restaurants. Check out these 10 eateries take weird dining to the next level.
It’s not easy to find a decent cup of coffee when traveling. So we scoured the world’s airports in search of the best cafes and java joints, and came back with our top seven.