It's that time of year again. The Shamrock Shake is back and fans are celebrating.
The initials of thousands of locals who have enjoyed a late night at Montgomery County's first watering hole are still carved into its wooden booths. While the hitching post no longer stands outside Hank Dietle's Tavern along Rockville Pike, the memories aren't going anywhere.
Taco Bell has become the latest restaurant chain to acknowledge that its beef has been adulterated with horse meat, yanking an unspecified number of products from its three British outlets and issuing a statement saying sorry to its patrons Friday.
If Subway's $5 Footlong is too expensive, the chain is now offering a $3 6-inch sub.
Enjoy the open of this rich ale, but wait for the close!
In honor of National Peanut Butter Lover's Day, WTOP's Bob Madigan shares his favorite peanut butter concoction.
Here's one they weren't expecting - meat pies with no meat.
Whisky away! Massive spill at Chivas distillery sends spirits pouring into Scottish sewer
Michelle Obama says curbing gun violence requires more than expressions of concern
Q&A: Could the European horse meat scandal spread to the US?
After summer of glut and angry blockades, Maine considers boosting lobster industry
Official state appetizer? Rhode Island lawmaker wants state to bestow title on calamari
The Zagat winner recently closed two locations in Rosslyn, Va., but burger lovers can still find the patties at Ray's to the Third in Arlington.
Behind the scenes of the Kristen Kish's win at 'Top Chef: Seattle'
Steps by retailers, restaurants, others for Michelle Obama's anti-childhood obesity campaign
Busboys and Poets will bring its quirky combination of coffeehouse, restaurant and neighborhood gathering place to D.C.'s Takoma neighborhood in 2014.
Michelle Obama highlights obesity progress in Mississippi, says more work to do around US
Utah lawmakers advance bill to change liquor laws, do away with requirement to pour drinks behind 'Zion curtain'
Cincinnati casino's dry run is last major hurdle ahead of opening for general public next week
Utah lawmakers approve bill to change liquor laws, do away with 'Zion curtain'