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When CityLab reporter and City Paper contributor Kriston Capps shared a video he recorded and a photo he snapped of customers inside The Alibi on the afternoon of Jan. 6, Twitter users reacted by tagging Mayor Muriel Bowser and city agencies that have the power to hold the bar accountable for violating the indoor dining […]
D.C. residents can’t wait to enjoy their favorite meals after the pandemic. Once it’s safe to do so Washingtonians will be able to enjoy a provocative, “sex positive” brunch with a side of S&M. Club ZŌ founders Thom Naylor and Christopher Peters promise French toast will be the last thing on customers’ minds. The K […]
Cassia Denton and Devin Maier found themselves home for the holidays. They heeded repeated warnings that traveling and mingling with older relatives is too dangerous because of COVID-19. “We have always spent Christmas in Hawaii with Devin’s dad,” Denton says. “He always makes a big meal there. We were not expecting to be here instead.” […]
Fresh off their departure from the executive chef role at Michelin-starred Maydan, Marcelle Afram is bringing the D.C. area their version of one of Palestine’s national dishes—musakhan—in partnership with fellow Lebanese American chef Roro Asmar. The rotisserie-style halal chicken with skin that snaps is brined for 24 hours, then coated with allspice, sumac, cumin, fenugreek, […]
D.C. restaurants will have to wait an extra week before they can reopen their dining rooms at 25 percent capacity. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced late tonight that she is extending the indoor dining ban originally set to expire on Jan. 15 to Jan. 22 at 5 a.m. The time frame now more closely aligns with […]