2018 RAMMY Award for Beer Program of the Year and Cocktail Program of the Year have exciting special events and promotions planned from Monday, May 21, through Friday, June 1. During the week of May 21, all five Beer Program of the Year finalists will showcase their outstanding offerings through in-house promotions, while some Cocktail Program of the Year finalists will offer specialty cocktails the week of May 28.
The 2018 RAMMY Awards, hosted by the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington, celebrates the diversity and expertise of D.C.’s most renowned food destinations. Take a look at Bar Charley in Dupont Circle or Petworth Citizen & Reading Room in the Petworth neighborhood.
As the snow melts and the cherry blossoms bloom, crisp, fresh flavors of spring replace the warm winter spices. Popular restaurants in the D.C. area are keeping up with the changing produce and introducing seasonal menus that highlight the best the spring has to offer.
As the number of independent coffee shops in the D.C. area has exploded in recent years, several best practices for serving truly excellent coffee and succeeding as an independent coffeehouse have emerged… coffee houses in the area includes Compass Coffee and Lil’B Coffee and Eatery
As Washington, D.C.-area residents shake off the snow and get into full gear for the National Cherry Blossom Festival, several restaurants are gearing up to celebrate the season…Inspired by a culinary custom of the Lenten season and the local splendor of the Cherry Blossom, chef David Guas will serve Sour Cherry Hot Cross Buns for $2.50 each at his Louisiana hangout
Savor, in its 11th season, will be held at the historic National Building Museum Tickets for the evening ne 1-2, 2018…Jupairing experiences (7 p.m.-11 p.m.) went on sale March 21 and will continue to be available until sold out.