Washington DC Food News

Le Droit Park’s Royal has emerged as a cozy, neighborhood destination for 2022 World Cup viewing. Photo by Royal.

Le Droit Park’s Royal sets stage for World Cup viewing

New TVs, early-daypart menu to convert acclaimed eatery into sports viewing destination

Le Droit Park’s Royal has emerged as a cozy, neighborhood destination for World Cup viewing. With a comfy, yet recognized bar, the eatery will be a welcoming destination for soccer fans to watch the exciting event.

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The Imperial in Adams Morgan, DC introduced new fall 2022 menus, seafood meats, including.dinner, brunch, cocktails

Adam Morgan’s The Imperial adds creative selections to fall menu

New, seasonal seafood, meat dishes can be paired with inventive, sophisticated cocktails

The Imperial in Adams Morgan, DC introduced new menus for fall 2022, including dinner, brunch and cocktails. The Michelin-honored restaurant debuted more than 40 seasonal dishes and drinks. A standout dish will be a gourd with autumnal grains and even infused into reposado tequila. In addition, braised meats and bone-in boar pies, handmade pastas,and brothy bowls of steamed seafood will be available.

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1310 Kitchen and owner, Crovato. will host 2022 Chicken Pot Pie-athon in October/November to benefit Georgetown Main Street

1310 Kitchen bakes up chicken pot pies for local SMBs

Owner Jenn Crovato to raise funds for small business through soul-warming event in DC

1310 Kitchen and Bar and its owner, Jenn Crovato, will host the 2022 Chicken Pot Pie-athon in October and November. The third annual event raises funds for the benefit of small business advocacy and economic prosperity. Crovato joined the Board of Directors of Georgetown Main Street, a local non-profit.

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Astro Doughnuts will go strange in October—Stranger Things, that is—inspired by the popular TV Show

Astro offers doughnuts inspired by ‘Stranger Things’

Upside-Down, Demogorgon among special treats available in October; Astro returns mini doughnuts box

Astro Doughnuts and Fried Chicken will go strange in October—Stranger Things, that is—inspired by the widely-viewed TV Show. The show’s four seasons of popularity have inspired Chris Kujala, pastry chef, to create these new flavors.

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Bar Ivy, in Arlington's Clarendon neightborhood, will debut its brunch service this weekend

Bar Ivy debuts weekend brunch in Arlington, VA

Clarendon restaurant will offer a variety of dishes, cocktails to jazz up the weekend

Bar Ivy will debut its brunch service this weekend. The Coastal-themed eatery, featuring seasonal dishes with a West Coast bent, will begin Sunday, October 2, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Next weekend, Saturday brunch will debut Saturday, October 8 and run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Calico readies its 2nd Annual Late Harvest Festival

Calico to host 2nd Annual Late Harvest Festival

Fall is here and Calico is readying its 2nd Annual Late Harvest Festival. The Blagen Alley destination will host this special event, which is coming off a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic.The free gathering on Sunday, October 16 offers season-appropriate activities, including pumpkin picking & painting, caramel apples, hot cocktails, and autumnal fare.

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