American brasserie The Smith is aiming to open its first location outside of New York at CityCenterDC.
People in D.C. must need a lot of social lubricant: the District of Columbia's average alcohol consumption was the second highest in the United States in 2012.
Nycci Nellis, The List Are You On It
Arlington County asked for feedback on a potential new pub crawl policy — and it's getting it in droves.
Va. Health Department investigation of spoiled milk at schools prompts consumer advisory
West Coast groundfish certified as sustainably harvested 14 years after economic disaster
4 Hawaii farms settle discrimination lawsuit involving Thai workers for total of $2.4 million
Egg industry titan, son plead guilty to charges linked to 2010 salmonella outbreak
Online restaurant reservation service OpenTable has quietly launched its mobile payment platform in the D.C. area.
A new restaurant that boasts serving pizzas “freshly-baked in 90 seconds” appears to be moving to Rosslyn at 1501 Wilson Blvd.
After Alzheimer's diagnosis, cookbook author Paula Wolfert turns to food to stay sharp
You remember the band Hanson? Who could forget their 1990s hit "Mmmbop." Now the brothers are back with a music-inspired beer.
Panera says it will remove 'artificial additives' by 2016 as part of new policy
Go For the Food: Dallas development incubates new restaurant ideas, from barbecue to tapas
Dr. Drew, One Minute Clinic
Panera announced a big change coming to its menus: no more artificial additives.
Omega Protein utilizing renewable fuel source at Reedville plant that processes oily fish
There are plenty of tasty, easily-accessible foods that are packed with both calcium and vitamin D to keep bones strong.
Former soldier's lawsuit over needles in hamburger purchased at Hawaii base heads to trial
Oklahoma's tourism and agriculture departments turning to wine, music history to draw visitors
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