The Ten: Great Guacamoles

So many choices, so little time. The Ten is your guide to the best of the best that D.C. has to offer. Yes, Cinco de Mayo is a few months away. And, yes, it’ll be quite some time before you … Keep reading

The Ten: Stellar Spots for Dining Solo

So many choices, so little time. The Ten is your guide to the best of the best that D.C. has to offer. Dining alone is an art. You need to pick the right restaurant, which boasts great solo seating options, … Keep reading

The Ten: Best Hot Chocolate

So many choices, so little time. The Ten is your guide to the best of the best that D.C. has to offer. Snowquester may have been a completely overhyped bust, but all this talk of winter has gotten us in the … Keep reading

Food-cations: Indigenous Mexican Dishes to Die For

Food-cations highlights DC area restaurants or events that offer food and experiences so unique you might forget you’re in DC. Your mind may be on Halloween, but an even bigger cultural celebration is coming up – “Dia de los Muertos,” … Keep reading

2012 RAMMY Finalists

The 2012 RAMMY nomination ceremony was held earlier this week at the Ritz-Carlton, and we were excited to hear that more than a few names of CityEats partner restaurants in the mix.  Among them are: Graffiato, Marcel’s, The Majestic, and … Keep reading

Friday Night Bites: Tables for Two on March 9th

Still need a dinner recommendation for tonight? How about one of these new CityEats partner spots? These restaurants are sure to impress a date, and conveniently enough, all have available reservations for two. So take look, book, and enjoy. Today, … Keep reading

Where I Ate This Week – Alejandra Owens

There are pros and cons to being a food writer. The pros are obvious, we eat out a lot and get to surround ourselves with talented people in the industry. The cons? We eat out a lot, perhaps not cooking … Keep reading

This Week in Food

Well, this week started off with a bang! No, literally. A propane tank on the Tasty Kabob Truck got cranky with a new cook on the truck who wasn’t acquainted with its nuances. Don’t worry though, Anna, the cook who … Keep reading