Washington Business Journal
Top Chef alum Mike Isabella will open Graffiato's second location in Richmond this spring.
National retailer Lord & Taylor has stepped up its legal rhetoric over the planned redevelopment of the White Flint Mall in Montgomery County, accusing the mall's owners of trying to "bull rush" through a lawsuit over the future of the project.
The base toll on the Dulles Greenway, exasperatingly high for many drivers, is in line with state law and should not be reduced, an examiner with the State Corporation Commission has concluded.
The presumed death of Wal-Mart on New York Avenue NE is a grand opening for D.C. Councilman Vincent Orange's big plans for the corridor.
It sounds like a comedy bit from Cheech and Chong, but Arlington could soon be home to a combination hookah lounge and smoothie bar.
A new home is in the works for the Takoma Park Silver Spring Co-op.
Following in the footsteps of several D.C. restaurant industry colleagues, chef Frederik de Pue wants to take more than one bite at the apple with his new concept, Menu MBK.
Each January the world celebrates International Creativity Month: a month to remind individuals and organizations around the globe to capitalize on the power of creativity.
Even if you're heading back to the dining room or upstairs for a private party, the grandiose bar at Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak and Stone Crab in downtown D.C. begs you to stop and take it in.
Yuengling Ice Cream, born out of a beer maker's need to stay in business during prohibition, is back in business.
A traditional lunch hour is increasingly reserved for fewer U.S. workers. A new workplace survey finds almost half of office workers take 30 minutes or less for their lunch break.
Fortune Magazine's 2013 list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For once again puts Google at the top of the list, followed by SAS, The Boston Consulting Group, Edward Jones and Quicken Loans Inc.
>Struggling retailer J.C. Penney Co. will close 33 stores and cut about 2,000 jobs to save $65 million a year.
The Washington Redskins' dismal 2013 campaign drove their local television ratings down slightly from 2012, but they were still up compared with the pre-Robert Griffin III era.
Northern Virginia economic development leaders, all salesmen at heart, spent much of a panel discussion Tuesday touting their respective jurisdiction's strengths.
The renovation of the iconic Watergate Hotel, on the drawing board for several years, could begin in March.
Draft Magazine's 2014 list of America's 100 Best Beer Bars includes only one in the D.C. area: Neighborhood Restaurant Group's Churchkey on 14th St. NW.
A new option emerged as a possible future FBI headquarters Tuesday as Lerner Enterprises said it submitted the former Landover Mall site for consideration in the highly competitive search process.
More than 130 orthopedic surgeons across the Mid-Atlantic region are forming a group that will contract with insurance carriers as a single unit, a practice executives say is the largest independent orthopedic business in the country.
The 2.2 million-square-foot project called Capitol Crossing promises to reconnect and redefine the east end of downtown Washington through the construction of a massive platform over Interstate 395 and the creation of three new city blocks.
The Bethesda location of Kraze Burger — which was the Korean chain's first-ever spot regionally and nationally — has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, according to court documents.
The D.C. area beer scene expansion continues: Fair Winds Brewing Co. plans to open a 30-barrel packaging brewery in Fairfax County next year.
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