Metro Weekly

All posts tagged "restaurants"

  • Upstairs Haven

    Annie's Upstairs If it's been a few months since you've been upstairs at Annie's Paramount Steakhouse, you're in for a surprise. ''What was once a...

  • 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...

  • Flamingo Road

    You don't have to freeze your fanny out in the cold in order to smoke a cigarette at Freddie's Beach Bar & Restaurant. Jennifer Michie,...

  • Sidewalk Stories

    Trio restaurant is a venerable Dupont Circle institution, in some ways, perhaps, even more important to the neighborhood than the namesake fountain. From its corner...

  • 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...

  • Bashing the Ban

    UPDATED JAN. 5 -- The City Council on Jan. 4 voted 11 to 1 in favor of a bill to ban smoking in all enclosed...

  • Graham Goes Smoke-free

    During a Ward 1 town-hall meeting Thursday, June 9, Councilmember Jim Graham publicly offered his support to expanding the city's smoke-free workplace laws to include...

  • Order vs. Oysters on 17th Street

    The stretch of 17th Street NW, between P Street and Riggs Place, roughly, is possibly the ''gayest'' neighborhood in D.C., with a cluster of gay...

  • 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...

  • Targeting Dupont

    Washingtonians have plenty of reasons to feel anxious, looking at the city through Code Orange-tinted lenses. An errant airplane causes the frenzied evacuation of Congress....

  • D.C. Gay Men for Dinner (DCGMD)

    D.C. Gay Men for Dinner at a recent outing Mission: Providing an alternative to the bar scene where single men can meet. Founded: 2000 Members:...

  • 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...

  • A Complete Guide to Dining Out for Life

    A complete guide to all participating restaurants, by neighborhood, including applicable meals, and what percentage of each food bill will be donated to Food &...

  • 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...

  • Mark Lee

    Photography by Todd Franson If you have an e-mail account, chances are good you've gotten an Atlas E-mail Alert from Mark Lee. And if you've...