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DC Distillery Releases Dissent Gin in Support of Abortion Rights

Washingtonian (Food) 6/27 10:28A Jessica Sidman
Ivy City distillery Republic Restoratives produced Rodham Rye to celebrate Hillary Clinton and Madam whiskey as an homage to VP Kamala Harris. Its latest political product? Dissent Gin with proceeds benefiting abortion access. Although the...

12 D.C. Bars With Pool Tables

DC Eater 6/27 8:45A Travis Mitchell
CarPool returned to Arlington last year after a four-year hiatus. | Carpool/Facebook Play pool at these local sports bars and dives Pool is a classic bar pastime — and the opposite of trendy indoor...

14 Fun Food Festivals Around DC This Summer

Washingtonian (Food) 6/24 4:00A Sophia Young
Savor: An American Craft Beer Experience When: Friday, June 24 from 7 to 10 PM. Where: The Anthem (901 Wharf St., SW) Calling all beer and food lovers: Choose from over 200 craft beers and pair them with small bites including honey-spiced duck...

Today at 11: Chat With Food Critic Ann Limpert

Washingtonian (Food) 6/24 3:00A Washingtonian Staff
Join us Friday, June 24 at 11 AM to chat with Washingtonian food critic Ann Limpert. Have a question about a new restaurant? Wondering what should be on your summer dining bucket list? Or maybe you’re just looking for a dinner recommendation. Leave...

12 Great Restaurant Patios For Weekday Lunch Around DC

Washingtonian (Food) 6/23 8:24A Jessica Sidman
Destino 1280 Fourth St., NE The excellent mezcal- and tequila-centric cocktails make this La Cosecha spot from the team behind Espita a fun place to day drink (or not—they ve also got some amazing non-alcoholic cocktails). The modern Mexican...

10 Fun Food Events Around DC This Week

Washingtonian (Food) 6/23 8:06A Sophia Young
Are you ready for a barbecue smackdown? The 30th Annual Giant National Capital Barbecue Battle is back this Saturday, June 25 and Sunday, June 26. The event, held on the National Mall, will host cookbook authors, chefs, and professional pit...

Where to Still Spot Soft Shell Crabs Around D.C.

DC Eater 6/23 8:02A Tierney Plumb
Salt Line’s popular Nashville-hot soft shell crab dish recently returned for the season at its Navy Yard and Ballston locations. | Salt Line/official photo Find the Mid-Atlantic favorite fried, tucked...

Inside Il Piatto, Downtown’s Stylish New Ode to Italy

DC Eater 6/22 10:48A Aparna Krishnamoorthy
Maltagliati al funghi (flat pasta, truffle-infused ricotta, and mushroom sauce) at Il Piatto. | Rey Lopez for Il Piatto The anticipated replacement to Mirabelle opens with homemade pastas and...

Burmese Mainstay Mandalay Will Make a Comeback in Silver Spring

Washingtonian (Food) 6/22 8:27A Jessica Sidman
When Mandalay closed in Silver Spring last fall after two decades in business, it was a major blow to the region s fans of Burmese cooking. Turns out, however, that the mourning period will be short-lived. The restaurant will reopen in the same...

13 Hearty Half-Smokes Around D.C.

DC Eater 6/22 6:58A Eater Staff
A half-smoke from Ben’s Chili Bowl | Rey Lopez/Eater D.C. Where to find the District’s signature sausage Say the word half-smoke, and the first place that typically comes to mind is Ben’s Chili Bowl ,...

This Friday: Chat With Food Critic Ann Limpert

Washingtonian (Food) 6/22 5:21A Washingtonian Staff
Join us Friday, June 24 at 11 AM to chat with Washingtonian food critic Ann Limpert. Have a question about a new restaurant? Wondering what should be on your summer dining bucket list? Or maybe you re just looking for a dinner recommendation. Leave...

Campaigning for a Michelin Star: Tacky or Tactful?

Washingtonian (Food) 6/21 9:20A Jessica Sidman
Few chefs wouldn t love a Michelin star. The award carries a lot of cachet in the industry, no matter how head-scratching the anonymous inspectors selections (and omissions) can be. But a restaurant publicly lobbying for a star? Even in a city...
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