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DC’s Dolci Gelati Brings Back Gelato Festival America: The World’s Largest Mobile Dessert Lab

**Disclosure: This article was created in paid partnership with Dolci Gelati.  In the heart of the nation’s capitol, the temperature has reached 100 degrees more than a  few times in recent weeks. *send help ASAP* The sun and the outdoors are unrivaled during the summer months, but the hottest of days pose both mental and […]

Mystery District: DC’s Hottest Event Planning Service to Up Your Date Game

Where Can You Find the Best Damn Dates in DC? In a city as culturally diverse as Washington, DC, it may seem as though there is an endless number of bars, restaurants, and nightclubs where one could spend an afternoon or evening out on the town. But sometimes – just sometimes – too much of […]

Review: Experience the Distinct Character of Melrose Georgetown Hotel

ABOUT MELROSE GEORGETOWN There are plenty of beautiful luxury hotels in the world, but beauty and luxury are only a small part of what makes a guest’s stay truly memorable. For the team at the Melrose Georgetown Hotel, a special emphasis to details and quality have kept guests coming back time and time again for […]

Washington DC’s Best Kept Secret: The River Inn

The Location A calming wind makes its way down 25th Street in DC’s Georgetown neighborhood. The leaves of the yellow oak trees that line the street shake gently, like thousands of pieces of crinkled paper floating in the breeze. Unlike the countless other streets that make up this grid city, this one is different. Just a […]

DC Staycation: Puttin’ On the Ritz-Carlton (Pentagon City)

Fred Astaire said it best in his 1930’s hit song: If you’re blue and you don’t know where to go to Why don’t you go where fashion sits: Puttin’ on the Ritz. The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company empire, originally founded in the early 1900’s but officially established in 1983 with the purchase of The Ritz-Carlton, Boston, has remained […]

Cocktail Demo Class at Via Umbria

We’ve all been there: After experiencing a long and stressful day at work, the only thing we want or need is someone willing to buy us a stiff drink alongside a satisfying plate of hearty grub. Lucky enough for diners living in the DC Metro area, artisanal food giant, Via Umbria takes it a step further by […]

Review: City Perch Bethesda

While the inner city limits of Washington DC are home to an array of Michelin-rated establishments making it a national foodie haven, visitors and locals alike fail to realize that a number of towns and communities located just outside of the beltway also have a big hand at the table when it comes to their […]

Review: Malmaison

Not far from the banks of the Potomac River, lies a piece of classic France tucked away in a chic, two story restored warehouse on the corner of K and Water Street Northwest in Georgetown. Made out of intricately placed white stone brick, the quaint and casual cafe and booming events space known as Malmaison serves up […]

Review: Grand Trunk South Asian Restaurant

In the heart of Washington, DC’s Penn Quarter neighborhood, a cultural experience unlike any other sits tucked away in the oldest standing commercial building in the city at 641 Indiana Avenue NW. The oldest original building in Pierre Lenfant’s layout for the nation’s capitol, and later on known as the old manufacturing plant for Siemens […]

Fyve Restaurant Lounge- Ritz Carlton, Pentagon City

Conveniently located a stone’s throw away from one of the world’s most powerful government agencies sits a powerhouse of a different kind – a culinary experience unlike any other. Fyve Restaurant Lounge, situated in the Ritz Carlton Hotel near The Pentagon in Arlington, Va., (many of the restaurants menu items are named after Pentagon officials […]

Copperwood Tavern, Shirlington

It’s no secret that Washington, D.C. was recently coined the “Restaurant City of the Year,” by Bon Appetite magazine. But with the endless amount of dining options that are available inside the city limits, both DC-natives and visitors alike often forget that a world exists outside of the perimeters of the nation’s capitol – and a […]

Founding Farmers

There are countless”must-see” attractions that District locals often recommend to the city’s tens of thousands of visitors each year. From the gates of the iconic home of the President of the United States to the steps of the Jefferson Memorial, or from the historic hallways of the Willard Intercontinental Hotel to the bustling nightlife and authentic […]