Enter the Enigmatic World of Espionage at the International Spy Museum

Posted on February 12, 2018 by

If you've ever wondered what it's like to spend your days devoted to espionage, the International Spy Museum is about as close as you can get without any security clearances. The museum debuted in 2002 with the world's largest collection of spy tools and stories. It's getting a new home this fall, but in the […]

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Try Middle Eastern Eats at Newly Opened Maydan

Posted on December 29, 2017 by

"Maydan" means "town square," so it's a fitting name for the eatery that opened a few days ago on Florida Ave. After all, Maydan seeks to create the same type of community that you'd find in a small town square. Its kitchen team does this by starting every one of its Middle Eastern feasts with […]

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Don’t Miss the Creamy Hot Cocoa at Cafe Chocolat

Posted on December 12, 2017 by

If you're familiar with farm-to-table food, then it shouldn't be difficult to understand the concept of bean-to-bar chocolate. This type of sweet takes the same process of sourcing ingredients directly from high-quality purveyors, often local, and transforming them into something tasty. Come to Cafe Chocolat to taste bean-to-bar coffee for yourself, and note that most […]

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Monday Evening Yoga at the Farm

Posted on November 29, 2017 by

Switch up your yoga routine and get outside with Up Top Acres’ Monday Evening Yoga at the Farm. Despite the name, you aren’t really even leaving the city. Up Top Acres grows food on the roofs of buildings, so what was once a neglected space can be reimagined and reused for a variety of farming […]

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Get Your Party Drink List Ready at the Holiday Wine Tasting on December 2nd

Posted on November 10, 2017 by

Have you been agonizing over choosing the right wine for your family's holiday table? Regardless of the holidays that your clan celebrates and the accompanying cuisine, you should be able to find a bottle of vino that is just right when you come to the Holiday Wine Tasting at Stonefish Lounge. The tasting is slated […]

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Don’t Miss the Local Beer and Food Pairing at CulinAerie on November 4th

Posted on October 16, 2017 by

Arugula salad speckled with bits of bacon and goat cheese, drizzled with a tart grapefruit vinaigrette; Grilled flank steak paired with a fresh mushroom risotto; Gooey bread pudding infused with rich chocolate. These are the dishes you'll learn how to create when you come to the Local Beer and Food Pairing at CulinAerie on November […]

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Come to Komi for a 12-Course Tasting Dinner That Will Transport You to the Mediterranean

Posted on October 4, 2017 by

A quick online search for "Komi" will quickly turn up some pretty impressive accolades. The eatery landed at the top of the Washingtonian's list of the 100 Very Best Restaurants 2015; Its chef Johnny Monis snagged the prestigious James Beard Award in 2013; The Washington Post awards Komi four stars for its balance of minimalist […]

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Franklin Hall: Beer, Wine and Cocktails Are All on Tap at This Contemporary Beer Garden

Posted on September 20, 2017 by

Between the giant board games and the draft cocktails, Franklin Hall has already mesmerized happy hour-goers in DC—despite the fact that it only opened three months ago. Franklin Hall emulates a German beer hall in some ways, with its long wooden tables and benches that can accommodate big groups. It also offers 20 craft beers […]

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H Street Festival 2017 on Sept. 16: Fun for the Whole Family

Posted on September 7, 2017 by

H Street is an up-and-coming neighborhood in the DC realm of art and culture, and its contributions to the city are the main cause of celebration at H Street Festival 2017 on September 16th. From noon to 7 p.m., H Street invites city dwellers to come and experience everything that the neighborhood has to offer, […]

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Don’t Miss “HIVE” at the National Building Museum, Now Through September 4

Posted on August 8, 2017 by

HIVE is an exceptional new installation on display now through September 4 at The National Building Museum on F Street Northwest. This DC museum of architecture and design is always worth a visit, but this new exhibition is one you do not want to miss. What is HIVE? Well, it’s a huge temporary structure inside […]

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