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    This cheesy, spicy Buffalo chicken pizza is everything we crave in one beautiful pie
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    This cheesy, spicy Buffalo chicken pizza is everything we crave in one beautiful pie

    The wings that started it all seem almost passe these days when you can choose from Buffalo chicken mac-and-cheese, Buffalo chicken sandwiches and Buffalo chicken empanadas. And of course, there's the pizza. Props to whoever first thought to combine one drunk food with another, resulting in a sublimely spicy, cheesy hybrid perfect for a night out […]

    10 things to do in the D.C. area the week of Jan. 16-19
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    10 things to do in the D.C. area the week of Jan. 16-19

    Tuesday, Jan. 16 'Stranger-er Things': Live scoring at Union Stage: Half the fun of Netflix’s ’80s nostalgia bomb “Stranger Things” is its soundtrack. The synthesizer epics by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein evoke memories of John Carpenter and Tangerine Dream scores like a bite of Proust’s madeleine (or Eggo waffle, as it were). With that […]

    Taylor Gourmet’s latest sandwich tastes like a Philly cheesesteak disguised as a burger
    Posted on Friday January 12, 2018

    Taylor Gourmet's latest sandwich tastes like a Philly cheesesteak disguised as a burger

    The sandwich has all the hallmarks of a classic griddle burger — two beef patties, lettuce, American cheese and, of course, a special sauce — but I couldn't get two words out of my head the entire time I was wolfing down the new SP Double Stack ($7.99) at Taylor Gourmet: Philly cheesesteak. It was the onions, chopped into […]

    16 things to do in the D.C. area over Martin Luther King Jr. weekend
    Posted on Thursday January 11, 2018

    16 things to do in the D.C. area over Martin Luther King Jr. weekend

    Friday, Jan. 12 DC in D.C. at the Newseum: Expect to see a lot of superhero costumes around Washington this weekend in honor of DC in D.C., a three-day celebration of comic books put on by DC Comics, the publishers behind Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. Highlights include a screening of the animated “Batman: Gotham by […]

    Washington’s vegan dining scene is about to get a boost
    Posted on Wednesday January 10, 2018

    Washington's vegan dining scene is about to get a boost

    It's been more than nine months since husband and wife team Richard Landau and Kate Jacoby of Philadelphia's acclaimed vegan restaurant Vedge announced they would be coming to Washington. That means there's been plenty of time to revise their plans: The couple had intended to replicate V Street, their vegan street food bar, in Washington, but decided the name […]

    It’s not just you: Restaurant menus really are confusing
    Posted on Tuesday January 09, 2018

    It's not just you: Restaurant menus really are confusing

    We all know the feeling. You're at a restaurant deciding what to order when you start to wonder about a description on the menu. You might subtly Google it, or maybe you're bold enough to ask the waiter what that thing means. But chances are, you just move on to something you recognize and order it […]

    10 things to do in the D.C. area the week of Jan. 8-12
    Posted on Monday January 08, 2018

    10 things to do in the D.C. area the week of Jan. 8-12

    Monday, Jan. 8 College Football Playoff National Championship Game: Georgia and Alabama go head-to-head for the national championship, and viewing parties are popping up all over the area. Alabama alumni should head for Willie's Brew and Que near Yards Park, while the Dawgs take over Penn Commons or Public Bar with drink specials. Neutral-friendly venues include […]

    Snow day food and drink specials that are worth leaving the house for
    Posted on Thursday January 04, 2018

    Snow day food and drink specials that are worth leaving the house for

    The snow has fallen, school is out, and everyone is figuring out what to do. Naturally, there are food and drink specials rolling in for those of you able and willing to get out of the house. Arroz: Happy hour from 3 to 9 p.m. 901 Massachusetts Ave. NW. Bluejacket: Half-price cask beers; $4 Bluejacket classics (Forbidden Planet, Lost […]

    12 things to do in the D.C. area the weekend of Jan. 5-7
    Posted on Thursday January 04, 2018

    Elvis' Birthday Fight Club

    Friday, Jan. 5 Elvis' Birthday Fight Club at GALA Hispanic Theatre: The surreal “fight club” features no-holds-barred brawls so comical and choreographed they would put the WWE to shame. This year's matchups are a secret, but previous bouts have included Vladimir Putin vs. a unicorn, Martha Stewart vs. the Swedish Chef, and Redskins owner Daniel […]

    These are the restaurants that opened — and closed — in December
    Posted on Wednesday January 03, 2018

    These are the restaurants that opened — and closed — in December

    The final month of 2017 saw several new dining options pop up around the Washington area, but several other places — both newcomers and established ones alike — closed up shop. Here's a rundown of the notable happenings: Openings Al Volo Trattoria & Bar: Cucina Al Volo continues to expand with this spot in Cleveland Park, which is replacing […]

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