Washington Business Journal
Coming soon to Fairfax County: The world's most prolific maker of hoagies.
Brewers have pulled yeast from pretty much everywhere to experiment with new strains — one West Coast brewery even brewed a beer using samples from the head brewer's beard— but Lost Rhino in Ashburn may be breaking into new territory with its BoneDusters amber ale.
Washington ranks as the third best large city in the nation for working women, according to personal finance site NerdWallet.
In order for the casual dining sector to climb back to the top, it will have to learn a thing or two from the fast casuals that are winning over consumers, especially the 80 million millennial consumers.
The first new residential building to open in Bethesda in five years is also the first 100 percent smoke-free apartment building.
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.
Millennials are redefining the personal fitness industry, moving away from traditional gym membership plans. They are an active generation that values experiences over stories and have a drive for adventure.
From phonographs to helicopters, there's a wealth of history in the 700 block of Girard Street NW. And developer Brook Rose has no intention of tossing that history aside as he recrafts a pair of century-old warehouses into condos.
Changes in the traffic pattern of roads near the construction site have arrived unannounced, The Gazette reports, making residents feel marginalized and out of the communication loop.
The Goldstar Group plans to convert a Virginia Square apartment building that was originally built as for-sale residential units back into condos after acquiring the site May 29 for $40 million.
Online restaurant reservation service OpenTable has quietly launched its mobile payment platform in the D.C. area.
While recent graduates for the class of 2014 are concerned about how their GPA, coursework and internships will translate into jobs this summer, companies are actually more concerned about personality when recruiting new grads.
Springfield Town Center update: New tenants, and what 3.3M square feet of new development could look like
If you want to know why the Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust is willing to pay $465 million for the former Springfield Mall, look no further than the image to your right.
Anchor retailer Lord & Taylor LLC is taking a new tack in its lawsuit against the owners of the White Flint Mall after losing a pair of key rulings in its effort to block the mall's redevelopment into a town center.
Some have stunning views of the Potomac and the iconic D.C. monuments on the mall. Some have big yards. Others are stunning rowhouses. All are for sale right now in Washington, D.C., in neighborhoods MRIS Homes says are currently the hottest in the D.C. market.
Five great resorts for camping this spring and summer.
Celebrity chef and food personality José Andrés hopes to bring his brand of American "cool" to the Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner.
While hotels in the region are either swinging open their expansive doors or renovating their space to attract new business, those looking for something a little different can turn to Airbnb to book a room in someone's empty den or vacant apartment.
Many D.C. drinkers can cross one item off their to-do lists starting Thursday, when Ultra, an alcohol delivery service, launches in the District.
Looks like one of the region's best known beer makers is also looking to get into the burger game.
After 10 years, it's time for a refresh at Bangkok Joe's on the Georgetown waterfront.
If you feel like you're overbooked from the moment you step in the shower until the moment you collapse into bed, you're not alone among business owners.
Celebrity chef Mike Isabella is making himself right at home in Arlington's Ballston neighborhood. Work is underway on his second Greek restaurant, Kapnos Taverna, at 4000 Wilson Blvd., and now the chef also plans to open a Mexican restaurant, called Pepita, around the corner.
A new list of the highest-paid chief executives includes one Washington-area executive in the Top 10.
A look at some popular summer getaway spots for people who live in Greater Washington.
Nothing is worse than that sinking feeling, a few hours after eating, that the questionable seafood choice you made at a local restaurant or watering hole is likely coming back to haunt you.
He's a media type now, but many Washington Redskins fans remember Chris Cooley from his days as a Redskins tight end. But is he leaving the area? And at what price?
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