Bring the flavors of France to your dorm or apartment kitchen with these four recipes, inspired by a Georgetown student's time abroad. Make just the entree for yourself, or whip up the whole meal to impress friends with these Franco-American dishes.
Eastern Market is D.C.’s original food and arts market and a traditional home to some of the most inspired cuisine in the area. From cool coffeehouses to charming bistros, Eastern Market is bursting with a wide variety of destinations where Hoyas can take a break from their market hunting. While every spot shares a commitment to fresh, quality ingredients, each has its own unique character.
Virginia Square, a neighborhood in Arlington, Va., is home to the Arlington Arts Center, which presents contemporary works from upcoming artists and cutting-edge installation pieces. The area offers an exciting new place for Hoyas to venture beyond the District in addition to some landmark restaurant destinations such as El Pollo Rico, open since 1988.
This stop will drop you off near Adams Morgan, which is well-known for its nightlife and bar scene. However, the area features everything from decadent bakeries to rowdy bars to authentic Indian eateries. Whether you’re stopping by one of the vibrant street fairs or taking part in the thriving club culture, the neighborhood is delightfully eccentric, and the food reflects it. Home to an eclectic fusion of global influences, Adams Morgan is a spot you can’t afford to miss.
With an eclectic mix of shops and unusual businesses that surround American University, Tenleytown is one of the more interesting places to visit in D.C. It’s a friendly, fun and laid-back neighborhood that is well worth a visit as one of D.C.’s most trendy shop and cafe areas.
Food Issue Fall 2013
A Dining Guide for Every Occasion
Whether you're looking for a place to take your family or just the perfect place to grab a sweet treat, we've got you covered in this Fall's Food Issue.
Every week, we review two new eateries in the DC area. Here, we've gathered the most highly-praised restaurants to help you find what you're looking for. And whether you want to try a new international cuisine or just your favorites at a lower price, we've also got you covered with our round-ups of the best in each category.
Experience the rich culinary culture the District has to offer. We've rounded up the best of African, Asian, Middle Eastern, Caribbean and Latin American cuisines. We've also got the best in unique desserts and American specials. And in case you want to create some international eats at home, try out some surprisingly easy recipes to wow your friends!