Metro Weekly

All posts tagged "dining out for life"

  • Light Touch

    Washington is an international city, overflowing with embassies and other global institutions. That's not to say, however, that the District is brimming with Old World...

  • To Serve, with Love

    ''I collect them like baseball cards – I know all their names, I know their styles,'' teases Sonya Boring. She's talking about drag queens. ''I'm...

  • A Complete Guide to Dining Out for Life 2012

    A complete guide to all participating restaurants as of press time, by neighborhood, including meals and what percentage of each bill will be donated to...

  • Family Style

    David Winer didn't know his nephew Josh Hahn was gay when he hired him to work at Grillfish, the reliable West End restaurant specializing in...

  • Guide to Dining Out For Life 2011

    A complete guide to all participating restaurants as of press time, by neighborhood, including applicable meals, and what percentage of each bill will be donated...

  • Passion Plate

    In 2002, metro D.C.'s culinary landscape added a new point of interest: Jamie Leeds. Trained in New York under high-profile restaurateur Danny Meyer, and also...

  • A Complete Guide to Dining Out for Life 2010

    A complete guide to all participating restaurants as of press time, by neighborhood, including applicable meals, and what percentage of each food bill will be...

  • A Complete Guide to Dining Out for Life 2009

    A complete guide to all participating restaurants as of press time, by neighborhood, including applicable meals, and what percentage of each food bill will be...

  • Fabulously Freddie's

    Step into Freddie's world for a night -- with splashes of blue and purple, flamingoes and cocktail umbrellas -- and it's easy to forget you're...

  • From Canvas to Cafe

    There is no doubting that Cuban-born Jorge Zamorano is a passionate man. The proof is not solely in his Banana Café, which this year marks...

  • A Complete Guide to Dining Out for Life

    A complete guide to all participating restaurants as of press time, by neighborhood, including applicable meals, and what percentage of each food bill will be...

  • Forever Annie's

    Some say it's a landmark. Some say it's an institution. Some call it a part of Washington's gay identity. Whatever Annie's Paramount Steakhouse is, there's...

  • Passion Plate

    Washington may not boast a vast Chinatown or a thriving Little Italy, but there's no denying that with its myriad embassies and international organizations it's...

  • Dining Out for Life

    On March 11, 2004, restaurants from across Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia generously donated between 25% and 100% of their dinner bills to Food and...

  • Hot Spot

    It's 8:15 p.m. on a Friday night at the 18th & U Duplex Diner and the joint, as they say, is jumpin'. The bar area...