The Mason District Fall Town Meeting won’t have presidential candidates in debate mode, or Tom Brokaw as moderator, or be televised coast-to-coast, but it should prove interesting to Mason District residents nonetheless.
You’ve been to the beach. You’ve seen New York City. Now let the News-Press show you some attractive alternatives to the usual summer hot spots just a short drive away.
Tinkering and adult beverage creation seem to go hand in hand.
A strikingly modern Indian restaurant just off Old Dominion Drive in McLean, Café Taj is a contemporary oasis. A multi-tiered white marble fountain sits just inside the entryway greeting diners with a peaceful babble, some pause, toss a coin and make a wish. White columns flank both sides of the […]
As I poured a generous splash of Arizona Green Tea into the skillet to deglaze it from the sauteed chicken and shallots I’d just removed, it occurred to me how underutilized tea is in much of our cuisine.
Let’s get this out of the way up front. If you want cheap, affordable sushi, then Sushi Taro is not the place for you. If, rather, you want a restaurant with some of the freshest fish in the District and care to sample an authentic Japanese dining experience, then look […]
With D.C.’s alarmingly hot weather ahead, an outdoor shaded eatery should be on one’s list of summer spots. Kabob Bazaar in Clarendon is perfect for a filling meal, a snack or perhaps a cup of chilled tea.
In a small strip mall diagonal from the Fairview Parkway exit on Lee Highway, there sits a humble Burmese restaurant simply known as Myanmar. It is one of only two Burmese restaurants in the entire metro area to serve authentic Burmese food.
Josh Clark is taking a stand. It is a few days before Christmas, a week before Tea Leaf Green begins its four-show end-of-the-year run that hits Falls Church Friday, Dec. 29 at the State Theatre. The band may be ending its year in Philadelphia on New Year’s Eve, but for […]
I first entered Soho Tea and Coffee in the summer of 1998. It’s a place with a history for the Dupont Circle neighborhoods, a place I remembered sitting up until the wee hours of the morning while sipping coffee with friends and thinking: “This is what city life is like.” […]