2015 was a year of pop-up overload, Momofuku mania, Filipino food, and more forehead-smacking New York Times coverage of D.C.’s dining scene. But what stories drew the most eyeballs? Check out Y&H’s top 10 most-read stories of the year below.

1. Investigation Reveals Fig & Olive’s Kitchen Relies On Pre-Made Meal Components

2. The New York Times Fucks Up Another Visit to D.C.

3. How D.C. Servers Are Secretly Profiling Diners

4. D.C.’s Trendiest New Filipino Restaurant Isn’t Interested in Being Part of a Trend

5. The Last Supper: Horror Stories of Breaking Up in D.C. Restaurants and Bars

6. Dacha Beer Garden Owners Look to Sell Business, Cut Staff In Half Amid Capacity Battle

7. Texans Rejoice: Kolaches Are Coming to D.C.

8. Oceana Study Uncovers Massive Crab Cake Fraud in D.C. Area

9. The Hungries: The Best and Worst of D.C. Restaurants in 2015

10. You Can Now Invest In D.C.’s First “Pop-Up Megaplex”

Photo of Fig & Olive by Jessica Sidman