The Mosaic District in Merrifield will get a Ted's Bulletin location as well as nearly 500 new office workers when the Custom Ink T-shirt company moves its offices from McLean in 2014.
Storm in the wine glass: Italy's vintners look abroad as home consumption hits record low
If you happen to find yourself in Denver without a plan and nothing to do, there are countless activities when it comes to exploring the local beer scene -- and it's a scene where D.C. is leaving its mark.
Taylor Farms recalls broccoli salad, slaw sold in 25 states for possible listeria taint
Study suggests gold star nutrition labels at grocery stores help consumers buy healthier
Kraft recalls some string cheese that may spoil earlier than indicated
Owner of Jack Daniel's trademark sues smaller distiller, says bottle looks too similar
English village of Stilton stymied in bid to make namesake cheese
Scott Greenberg, syndicated wine columnist
It's the weekend before Halloween, and the D.C. area's spirit is in full swing. This weekend promises costumes, treats and haunted festivities for all -- plus art and culture for those who prefer to wait until the 31st to go all out.
Forget the bouquet and bring your sweetheart this!
Dr. Oz, The Daily Dose
AP Interview: World-famous chef Adria cooks publicly for first time since elBulli's closing
To say that anticipation has been high for the opening of Bluejacket, the newest D.C. brewery and restaurant from Neighborhood Restaurant Group, would be the understatement of the year.
Food shopping can eat more of the budget than some people realize, but there are sneaky ways to save.
A daily cup of coffee may be able to do more than offer a caffeine boost, it might help reduce the risk of liver cancer, according to a new study.
Whiskey and women might sound like the makings of a great song, but it's also part of the world's untold history.
Jessica Seinfeld tackles the cooking-challenged with third cookbook, 'The Can't Cook Book'
Starbucks looks to make tea trendy, with plans to open 'tea bar' in New York City
Prices at the D.C. metro area's two largest food chains are about the same, but they're higher than most other chains, according to an independent evaluation from a local nonprofit group.