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Latin Affair

Venezuela-born chef Enrique Limardo opened DC’s Seven Reasons in April to rave reviews. The former chef at Baltimore’s Alma Cocina Latina has created a menu of small, medium and large […]

Family Affair

“Top Chef” alumni Michael and Bryan Voltaggio celebrate their Maryland roots at Estuary in the Conrad Washington DC hotel. The menu, which presents Chesapeake fare in a new light, includes […]

Charm City Cuisine

We love our crabs, as any Baltimore resident will tell you, but there’s so much more to dining in this historic city cradled by the Patapsco River. In the past […]

Anchors Away in Deale

When the owners of Hidden Harbor Marina in Deale, Maryland, tapped Devin Kimmel to design a freestanding bar on site, the Annapolis architect decided to go nautical. Critical-area laws ruled […]

Passage to India

When the owners of Punjab Grill decided to bring an authentic Indian experience to Washington, they took the concept quite literally. This new, 4,700-square-foot restaurant was outfitted entirely with carved-stone […]

Wine and Dine with Paolo Sacco

Just back from his restaurant, Tosca, on a Friday afternoon, Paolo Sacco has traded a Canali suit for jeans. He and his life partner, interior designer Martha Vicas, chat with […]

Eating Out

PENN QUARTER HOT SPOT Restaurateur Ashok Bajaj’s latest venture, Olivia, recently debuted in DC’s Penn Quarter. Chef Matt Kuhn’s rustic Mediterranean menu is inspired by the flavors of Portugal, Spain, Morocco, […]

Dining Destinations

A Shot of Scotland on Maryland’s Eastern Shore One of the country’s most valuable single-malt Scotch collections can be found not in the big city but in a new outpost […]

Hot Spot Debuts

Pappe, which translates to “brother” in Punjabi, is an apt name for the new restaurant three friends opened together on 14th Street, NW. Vipul Kapila, chef Sanjay Mandhaiya and chef […]

Chic Debut

La Vie in District Wharf commands attention for its coastal fare and dramatic interiors by Alexandria designer David Anthony Chenault. The romantic conservatory bar (pictured above) evokes a hidden villa […]

Dining Out

SOUTHEAST ASIA MEETS SOUTHWEST DC Chef Cathal Armstrong and his wife, Meshelle Armstrong, are now celebrating the bold flavors of Thailand, Korea and Meshelle’s native Philippines at their new hot […]

Dining Out in DC

VINTAGE DEBUT District Winery in The Yards will uncork the first-ever wine commercially produced from start to finish in DC—a dry rosé made from Californian Old Vine Grenache grapes. The […]

Pati's Hacienda

Pati's HaciendaThe PBS series “Pati’s Mexican Table” transports viewers to exotic markets, farms and fine restaurants all over Mexico. But when the cameras turn to host Pati Jinich expertly steaming […]

Dining Out About Town

Dining Out About TownSAVOIR FARE Serial chef/restaurateur Mike Isabella opened an outpost of his modern French restaurant, Requin, in District Wharf last fall—and launched brunch service this year. 2Scale Hospitality […]

Private Tour Table for Two

Private Tour Table for Two It’s a rare day off for chef Cedric Maupillier and his wife, Dawn Swaney, and they’re doing what chefs often do when they’re not at […]

Dining Out

Dining Out On the Waterfront James Beard Award-winning chef Fabio Trabocchi and Maria Trabocchi (Fiola, Fiola Mare) have set their sights on Maria’s native Spain at Del Mar, their new […]

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