Butterbeer ice cream, ploughman's platter and magic elixirs: dining in Harry Potter's world
D.C. has been waiting years for its cupcake ATM from Los Angeles-based Sprinkles, but it looks like a local company has beat them to it when it comes to dessert-dispensing vending machines.
Construction on the future Harris Teeter building with 360 residential units is moving along in Bethesda.
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California bill requiring warning labels on sugary drinks fails; lawmakers doubt effectiveness
Crop scientist awarded 2014 World Food Prize for work developing disease-resistant wheat
Colorado woman sues California company, says she got salmonella from chia powder
Booze rules tighten in downtown Vegas; cans, glass bottles banned at Fremont Street Experience
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Parmesan cheese contaminated with carcinogens seized; officials say the problem is contained
Urbana is just the latest in a string of D.C. restaurants either rejiggering space to create bigger bars or opening with much larger bars than they might have in the past.
FDA preparing long-awaited plan to ask food industry to lower levels of salt in foods
Despite signs posted on ground floor windows at the new 3001 Washington Blvd. office building in Clarendon, Chipotle is not, in fact, coming soon to the building.
Harris Teeter customers in Northern Virginia, Washington D.C., Maryland and Delaware will soon see the prices on popular products drop, thanks to an expansion of the grocery store's lower price campaign.
You've been cutting your cake all wrong. Watch a video about the best way to do it.
Not every experience in D.C. is expensive and exclusive to big spenders. Here are some free and low-cost ideas for your next date.
Sushi may be a Japanese cuisine, but D.C.-area residents invite the dish into their hearts and their bellies as there is no shortage of sushi restaurants from which to choose.
Fairfax County is struggling to move ahead with its proposal to impose a 4 percent tax on meals at restaurants, lunchrooms, cafeterias, coffee shops and delis.
At eight local schools, students have some input when it comes to what goes on their lunch menu.
The Hemingway trail: 5 places where the late great writer lived, drank, fished and wrote
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