Baseball season is back in the District. The Washington Nationals kicked off their 2018 quest for the World Series last week and will return home to Nationals Park this Thursday, April 5. For many fans, the best part of the baseball game is the food. Eating at the ballpark is an experience all its own (there’s just something about a hot dog in summer), but it can also be pricey and less creative than other nearby options. … CHECK OUT THESE 4 NEW EATS NEAR NATIONALS PARK
Saturday, March 24 marks the highly-anticipated March For Our Lives, a nationwide movement to draw awareness to gun violence and call for Congress and governments across the country to enact stricter gun control legislation. In an effort to support the participants–many of whom are expected to be high schoolers and young students–restaurants around the mall and Capitol Building are offering free and discounted meals for marchers. … WHERE TO FIND FREE AND DISCOUNTED FOOD FOR MARCH FOR OUR LIVES
D.C. is an fantastic city for eating out, with new restaurants and bars opening each week. With that wealth of choice comes hard decisions – not to mention the challenge of keeping track of what is new and notable. Sometimes it’s easier to settle down at your favorite neighborhood spot rather than fight for the hot new reservation. But if you are looking to switch up your routine, there are a few newcomers that are worth a look. Here are five options to consider for your next meal or cocktail out on the town. … 5 NEW DC RESTAURANTS TO TRY NOW
For most people, Sundays are a time to rest, spend time with friends and family, and maybe hit the city for a relaxing brunch. The evenings, in particular, are ideal for pausing over a meal and recharging for the week ahead. That doesn’t mean you need to spend the last hours of your weekend cooking and cleaning, though. There are several D.C. restaurants with special menus available on Sunday nights only, designed to be an easy and affordable way to close out the week. Here are a few spots. … SPICE UP SUNDAY NIGHTS WITH THESE SPECIAL MEALS
The new year is here. That means the holiday season—and all the indulgent eating and drinking that comes with it—is winding down. And if you’re ready to swap the cookies and party snacks for something healthier, the D.C. restaurant scene is here to help. There are a number of affordable and creative vegetarian restaurants where you can start 2018 off with an extra kick of nutrition and energy. Here are five favorites to start with. … START 2018 RIGHT WITH THESE 5 VEGETARIAN EATS
So apparently the “The Most Hated Man on the Internet” has quite the bone to pick with a beloved little Dupont Circle coffee shop named Emissary DC.
To give you a little background on the space, Emissary burst onto the DC restaurant scene in a pretty alluring fashion. A picturesque little cozy spot with exposed brick gives it a nice warm feeling.
It has quite the alluring list filled with a fine coffee bar and a beverage series focusing on DC’s best spirits, as well as a seasonal kitchen menu.
Beer lovers also have a lot to choose from with a full assortment of canned as well as bottled varieties from Manor Hill available right from around 11:00 AM. … WHAT DOES BREITBART AND YOUR FAVORITE LOCAL COFFEE SHOP HAVE IN COMMON?
BRACE YOURSELF – BIBIBOP is taking over!
So Chipotle recently shut down its Southeast Asian restaurant chain, ShopHouse and a new kid on the block is moving in and taking over where Chipotle left off. After Chipotle yanked it’s chains for failing to generate sufficient revenue, BIBIBOP swooped in and bought up the leases to all of the fifteen locations nationwide. We’re not sure if you’ve heard of them – but they’re kind of a big deal. … BIBIBOP IS COMIN’ AT YOU FACE FIRST!