Already well underway, the Beef Checkoff, through the Northeast Beef Promotion Initiative (NEBPI), encourages the public to test their Beef I.Q. through the “I Love Beef Trivia” Challenge for the chance to win a meat-lover’s grand prize, including $200 worth of Roseda Beef and two VIP tickets to the 2013 National Harbor Wine & Food [...]
The Metropolitan Cooking & Entertaining Show is the premiere consumer event in the nation for cooking and entertaining enthusiasts. Some of the biggest names in the culinary world will grace the stage at the 2012 Metro Cooking Show, November 3-4. Enter our giveaway for your chance to win theatre passes!
Jake’s American Grille and CityEats, the best way to explore restaurants and book reservations in Philadelphia, New York and Washington, D.C., are teaming up to offer Dining in DC readers the chance to win a dinner for two at Jake’s American Grille worth $100! Giveaway will end Friday, October 5th! To Enter: Comment below about your experience using online [...]
Local blogger Lauren DeSantis from the Capital Cooking Show says, “For today’s foodie generation, sauerkraut can be a mystery ingredient.” I tend to agree … I can’t say that I’ve really tried sauerkraut and I’m positive that I’ve never cooked it.
That’s why a group of trendsetting Washington, D.C. chefs have joined together for Kraut Rocks! Led by Top [...]
Where can a foodie take their kids for a family meal and still leave with both parties being happy? That’s right … Clyde’s. It’s upscale, has a tremendous long-standing reputation for quality, and is family-friendly. Now take the stellar reputation of Clyde’s then add some spunky live music and shake. What do you have? … [...]
The Southwest Waterfront, lying along the Tidal Basin and facing West Potomac Park, is an up and coming neighborhood that will soon be a regular stop for DC area residents. Station 4 restaurant, (1101 4th St., SW), located just one metro stop from the Navy Yard or a 10-15 minute walk from National’s stadium, is offering an [...]
Since opening the inaugural Dupont Circle FRESHFARM Market 15 years ago, FRESHFARM Markets has grown into the largest network of producer-only farmers markets in the region and a national leader in the local food movement. To celebrate their 15 Year Anniversary FRESHFARM Market will host a series of events throughout the month of July. Celebrations will take place throughout DC [...]
Thanks to Threadless, the community-driven design company, there is a gut-busting selection of new and popular t-shirts perfect for foodies with a sense of humor (it’s the 5th sense for us foodies!). Threadless features all sorts of food designs, from a happy slice of watermelon to mustache-wearing hot dog or toast basking in the sun. They have a range of clever, funny, creative t-shirts for the ultimate foodie. Now you can own one! Giveaway is exclusive for Dining in DC readers!
Voted #1 for best Mojito, it’s no surprise that ZENGO (781 7th St. NW), is one of my new favorite places in the city. Offering an artful blend of Latin-Asian styles and flavors, Chef-owner Richard Sandoval, whose accolades include Bon Appétit Restaurateur of the Year and Mexico’s Toque d’Oro, spins regional ingredients into beautifully [...]
What makes the District of Columbia stand out compared to other US cities when it comes to dining? The simple answer when you ask many native Washingtonians, is its historical significance! Our city has so much history in relation to our country. Think about places like The Old Ebbitt Grill.
The Old Ebbitt Grill, (675 15th St., [...]
The 1st Annual Alexandria Food and Wine festival, this on Saturday, June 23rd 12-5 p.m. will transform the Carlyle District in Old Town Alexandria, conveniently located across from the King Street Metro, into a lively festival, complete with live entertainment, a children’s corner, food and wine tasting, and food demonstration showcase area.
Attendees will enjoy sampling food and [...]
The Light Horse Restaurant (715 King St.) named after Revolutionary patriot “Light Horse” Harry Lee, is a delightful and charming two-floor restaurant and bar nestled in the heart of cozy Old Town Alexandria. The Light Horse’s trendy, comfortable dining room features a intimate bar while the energetic bar scene upstairs is part neighborhood hot spot and sports bar, including 10 [...]
It’s no secret in this town that Chef Todd Gray from Equinox Restaurant is one DC’s most well respected chefs. Chef Gray has forever changed the landscape of the DC dining scene with his culinary talent, mission to sustainability, and dedication to philanthropy. Shortly after taking home the coveted Chef of the Year RAMMY award in [...]
One of my favorite restaurants in town, Art and Soul (415 New Jersey Ave., NW), located on Capitol Hill, has turned their gorgeous patio into the District’s newest crab boil destination. Every Wednesday, Chef Wes Morton will serve Louisiana-style jumbo crabs, traditional sides, and cold, seasonal beer from Flying Dog Brewery. Why Louisiana style? Chef de Cuisine, Morton was [...]