Three days before they throw a state dinner for the president of France, President Barack Obama and his wife are whetting their appetite for — Mexican food.
Whether you’re heading out to dinner afterwards or just want to pace yourself, you may not want a full appetizer with your drinks. Here are some places where you can tie one on and grab a little nosh as well, for free!
From made-in-front-of-your-very-eyes tableside guac to the more adventurous, off-the-beaten-path tastes, here are the top five places in DC to dip your chip.
One of the most effective ways that a restaurant can enhance your dining experience is with tableside food preparation. Read on to find out where you can partake in one of these tableside food preparation experiences.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo to the fullest this year by heading to some of the following venues, known for serving the best tacos in Washington D.C.
If you’re bored with your usual gin and tonic or rum and coke, try one of these delicious cocktail recipes from local mixologists.
As a certified, trained wine expert, a sommelier knows how to help you pick the perfect wine to compliment your food. Here is a list of some of the most highly regarded sommeliers in the district.
Each one of these D.C. spots offers a twist on the traditional margarita and are sure to be the most fun around on Cinco de Mayo.
Feeling the effects of over-indulging the night before? Read on to see where you can find the most flavorful Bloody Marys in D.C.
Whether it’s Cinco de Mayo or the Day of the Dead, or you’re just craving a splash of lime juice and tequila, hit up Alero, Rosa Mexicano, Oyamel or Lauriol Plaza to solve your craving for salty sips.