We're giving away a copy of A.J. Dean's "Friday Night Cocktails: 52 Drinks to Welcome Your Weekend."
Eddie Ashley has pleaded guilty to robbery, grand larceny, and identity theft in the plot that allegedly led to overdose deaths.
Capital Pride 2023 is finally here, and we have all the perfect recommendations to keep your Pride soaring high.
The cocktails are a boozy delight, the food is pure comfort, and the vast local entertainment is LGBTQ-spiked at Crazy Aunt Helen's.
Salah Czapary has a solid vision for growing the District’s nightlife and restaurant industry.
D.C.'s restaurant and bar owners grapple with how to offset the coming labor costs associated with eliminating the sub-minimum wage.
D.C. will vote -- for a second time -- on whether to eliminate the current wage structure for tipped employees.
The men's magazine selected 32 nightspots from various cities across the country and Trade was the sole bar from Washington, D.C. to make the list.
Sherry Vine returns to Crazy Aunt Helen's with her baudy, filthy comedy cabaret, 'Potty Mouth!'
Celebrating its 20th Anniversary, the Green Lantern is one of the city's most beloved (occasionally shirtless) gay bars.
Whether you get shirtless on Thursdays to drink free, or dance upstairs to your favorite DJ, we want to hear your Green Lantern memories!
From Sleaze's move to DC9 to Bent's relaunch at 9:30 Club, DJ Lemz is stirring things up this September
From flights to specialty cocktails, dLeña, TTT, Wunder Garten and Morris American Bar have your Tequila Day covered.
Bar hires Ruby Corado as the Director of Community Engagement, encourages customer feedback, and pledges "to do better."
Queer-friendly, globe-trotting party Glitterbox takes center stage, along with those who made it iconic