Recap: Smithsonian at 8 Toast to DC

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It was a fun filled night at the Carnegie Library as locals gathered from all over the city and points beyond to celebrate all things DC at the SMITHSONIAN at 8 Toast to DC last Friday night, May 8. It was the perfect evening to meet new friends, reconnect with old ones, enjoy great […]

Chef Todd Gray Hosts Nordic Cuisine Tasting To Promote Eco-Sustainability

Chef Todd Gray (Photo Credit: Elizabeth Kane)

Chef Todd Gray (Photo Credit: Elizabeth Kane)

Celebrity Chef Todd Gray invited a select group of tastemakers and acclaimed “foodies” to a Norwegian Seafood tasting at Equinox Restaurant. The purpose of the dinner was not only to unveil new seasonal dishes, but to promote a responsible lifestyle through the promotion of sustainability, and […]

Third Annual Washington Ballet Unmask the Night Soiree Kicks Off 2013-2014 Season

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On Saturday, October 26, The Washington Ballet’s (TWB) Women’s Committee and Jeté Society, kicks off the 2013.2014 season with Unmask the Night: A Grande Masquerade Soirée. This grand masquerade ball is TWB’s third annual ball and will be held at the Homer Building.

The Homer Building will be transformed […]

Review Of 2 Birds 1 Stone On 14th Street In Washington, DC

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If you read our recent review of Doi Moi and philanthropic restaurateur, Mark Kuller and liked what you heard, then you will j’adore what can only be described as “the cocktail lounge around the corner”! Last week, we met up with friends for cocktails at the trendy […]

Doi Moi In Washington DC’s 14th Street Corridor

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Chef Karoum (Photo Credit: The Washington Post – Maura Judkis)

Mark Kuller, the proprietor of Doi Moi, 2 Birds 1 Stone, Estadio and Proof, is also somewhat of a philanthropist, and remains very active with several non-profits including The Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) helping to personally recruit over 20 restaurateurs and […]

Redskins Pierre Garçon And Paisano’s Pizza Team Up For National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

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In observance of National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Paisano’s Pizza and Washington Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garçon have teamed up to assist the family of 8-year old cancer victim Tara Sankner of Fairfax, Va. The ‘Let’s Take Care of Tara’ campaign runs from now through September 30 at the 22 participating Paisano’s locations […]

Teddy And The Bully Bar Opens In Washington, DC’s DuPont Circle

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Principal Alan Popovsky and Owner Jay Wechsler (Photo Credit: Christine Alhambra)

The moment you walk into Teddy and the Bully Bar you immediately feel like you are somewhere special. It’s crisp, sleek, modern but classic feeling, and the attention to detail is not to be missed. Everywhere from the ceiling to the bathroom […]

Father’s Day 2013 Dining Options In Washington, DC

Surf and turf meal at The Oceanaire. (Photo Credit: pointeorlando.com)

What better way to celebrate Father’s Day this year than with amazing food and drinks? Here are some ideas for great places in Washington, DC to treat the special men in your life.

 

Juicy burgers at Chef Geoff’s Downtown. (Photo Credit: washingtonian.com)

1. Chef Geoff’s Downtown

Chef Geoff’s Downtown is an upscale […]

Washington, DC Mother’s Day Brunches 2013

Specialty cocktails at DISH + Drinks.
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Celebrate Mother’s Day by enjoying some of the amazing brunch spots Washington D.C. has to offer! With a wide variety of cuisines and locations, there are endless ways to make Mom feel special.

1. Art and Soul. Chef Art Smith’s newly renovated Capitol Hill restaurant will be serving the type of amazing southern fare […]

The Graham Georgetown Opens

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Walter Grio (fashiontographer.com) and Shiloh Corcel (Swan Boutique)

A refreshing new boutique hotel just opened in Georgetown, D.C. this month. Located just off of M St. on Thomas Jefferson, The Graham is quietly tucked away amongst conservative Georgetown row houses.

When you walk into The Graham you are walking into an extravagant yet […]

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