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A childhood classic is getting a few creative makeovers -- and a spot close to the White House.
Even if you're heading back to the dining room or upstairs for a private party, the grandiose bar at Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak and Stone Crab in downtown D.C. begs you to stop and take it in.
Reflections of 2013 in D.C. include pandas, shutdowns and food … yes, food. Dining Bisnow Editor Alia Khan says 2013 was "the year of the new restaurant" in the nation's capital.
The restaurant, which has revamped the former Mie 'n' Yu space, will serve lunch, dinner and late-night drinks daily.
A newly opened restaurant in Woodbridge, Va., has posted a "No guns allowed" sign. Comments on the chain's Facebook page have blasted the move, painting namesake Toby Keith as anti-gun rights, saying the restaurant is infringing on the Second Amendment rights of its customers.
The holiday season isn't slowing down the rate of new restaurants opening in the D.C. area.
D.C. is seeing more than a boom in real estate and millennial residents. As the city grows, so do the food options.
When the Waterfront Market opens in Old Town Alexandria next week, it'll be the first time in quite awhile that people are coming for something other than a leisurely stroll along the Potomac.
The Iron Gate's shell, along with its signature tucked-away feel, are still there, but much will be changed when the next incarnation of the Dupont Circle restaurant opens its doors next week.
In Ocean City, Maryland's long-time seaside resort town, the creations of some of the low-key restaurants, crab shacks and strip mall seafood huts are proving to be just as much a draw as the Atlantic Ocean east of the Coastal Highway and scenic waterfront spots like Isle of Wight Bay and Assowoman Bay to the west.
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