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Why a New Virginia Seafood Restaurant Refuses to Sell Crab

Washingtonian (Food) 9/23 8:02A Anna Spiegel
Diners won’t find crab on the opening menu at Seamore’s Sustainable Seafood—the dining room is bucking the tradition of out-of-town restaurants throwing it on the menu as a local nod (see also: half-smokes, mumbo sauce). The coastal spot opens in...

Where to Take a Group After Work in D.C.

DC Eater 9/23 7:56A Tierney Plumb
RPM Italian’s classy bar area is a reliable place to take co-workers. | RPM Italian An Eater DC reader wants to know where to impress co-workers with a fun and funky atmosphere Welcome to Ask Eater DC...

DC Soccer Louts Can Get Hammered 22 Hours a Day During World Cup

Washingtonian (Food) 9/23 6:07A Andrew Beaujon
DC soccer fans can drink pretty much nonstop during this November s World Cup, thanks to legislation the DC Council passed Tuesday. The World Cup Emergency Amendment Act of 2022 allows bars to remain open 24 hours a day and serve alcohol between 6...

Did Clyde’s of Georgetown Invent DC Brunch?

Washingtonian (Food) 9/23 4:58A Jessica Sidman
Gathering your besties for eggs and bottomless mimosas on Sunday morning is a quintessential Washington tradition. But DC s brunch scene wasn t always a thing. Clyde s of Georgetown would like to take credit for starting it. No, Clyde s did not...

Today at 11: Chat With Food Critic Ann Limpert

Washingtonian (Food) 9/23 3:16A Washingtonian Staff
Join us today, September 23 at 11 AM to chat with Washingtonian food critic Ann Limpert. Wondering how to handle restaurant service charges—and tipping in general—these days? Looking for a killer brunch spot? Leave a question now for Ann, then...

9 Fun Food Events Around DC This Week

Washingtonian (Food) 9/22 10:53A Peter Njoroge
Sharpen your pizza-making skills on Friday, September 23 with a lunchtime class at the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania Ave., SE), led by chef Mark Haskell. Learn to make a few different pies, including Neapolitan and Philly-style. Tickets are $55...

A New Italian Restaurant With Old School Vibes Opens in Downtown DC

Washingtonian (Food) 9/22 8:37A Anna Spiegel
The vodka sauce is already simmering at Grazie Nonna, a throwback Italian-American restaurant and pizzeria opening in DC’s Midtown Center on Friday, September 23. Restaurateur Casey Patten—owner of Wharf hoagie haven Grazie Grazie and founder of...

Now’s Your Chance to Buy 3 Stars Brewery

Washingtonian (Food) 9/22 5:59A Jessica Sidman
The closure of 3 Stars—one of the pioneers of DC s modern brewing scene—was a gut-punch to local beer drinkers. Now the brewery s facility and its intellectual property are up for sale, leaving the door open for someone to continue on with the...

Where to Find Apple Cider Doughnuts Around the DC Area

Washingtonian (Food) 9/22 5:55A Jessica Sidman
It s the prime season for pumpkin patches and corn mazes. But mostly we re just excited about the apple cider doughnuts. Here are some places—near and far—where you can get your fix. Apple House 4675 John Marshall Hwy, Linden, Va. Heading to...

Meet 8 Female Farmers in the DC-Region Producing Your Food

Washingtonian (Food) 9/22 1:00A Jessica Sidman
It isn’t Old MacDonald’s farm anymore. The people behind your market tomatoes and steakhouse dinners are as diverse as the seeds they sow and the animals they raise. And though farming is an industry still dominated by men, women are a growing...

This Friday: Chat With Food Critic Ann Limpert

Washingtonian (Food) 9/21 9:49A Washingtonian Staff
Join us Friday, September 23 at 11 AM to chat with Washingtonian food critic Ann Limpert. Wondering how to handle restaurant service charges—and tipping in general—these days? Looking for a killer brunch spot? Leave a question now for Ann, then...
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