Tips and Articles for Washington, D.C.

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Last week, acclaimed chef Michael Schlow opened the doors to one of the Washington, D.C.’s hottest new restaurants, The Riggsby. Set inside The Carlyle... Read More

Every summer, the National Mall crawls with tours. You can pay to see the city by trolley, duck boat, by walking, and by running—but some of the city’s... Read More

For the past 40 years, White House tour participants have been forced to remember their experience solely through mental images. This morning,... Read More

Washington, D.C., is known for its spectacular Independence Day fireworks display and parade (it is the nation’s capital). Americans and visitors flock... Read More

The Washington Nationals have some of the most exciting players in the game: fans are especially fired up after Max Scherzer pitched a no-hitter... Read More

On Saturday, the animal trend that has swept the nation will make landfall in Washington, D.C.: Crumbs and Whiskers, the city’s very first cat cafe,... Read More

Outdoor film screenings have long been a summer tradition in Washington, D.C. Screen on the Green has played classic movies on the National Mall for 17... Read More

You probably already know the worst airports for delays. They’ve been the same for years: Newark, LaGuardia JFK and San Francisco.When the government... Read More

Today, Senior Editor Jacqui Gifford appeared on The Weather Channel’s Wake Up With Al with Al Roker and Stephanie Abrams to talk about great weekend... Read More

Today, April 13, marks what would have been Thomas Jefferson’s 272nd birthday. And what better way to celebrate than with a Thomas Jefferson-inspired... Read More

Seeking inspiration for the next photography excursion? These upcoming photo exhibits will be all it takes to go from dreaming to plane boarding.  ... Read More

Innovative chefs and bartenders—along with a wave of new residents—are shaking up Washington, D.C.’s restaurant scene, proving there’s more to the... Read More

It’s rare that anyone actually enjoys being in airports these days, but if you’re obliged to wait out, say, a seven-hour layover, you’ll likely find it... Read More

Spanish-American superstar chef José Andrés is busier than ever: his America Eats Tavern opened in June at the Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner in McLean, Va... Read More

Arosa, Switzerland | Durango, Colorado | Venice | Las Vegas | Honduras | Palm Springs | Madrid | Washington, D.C. Address Book ... Read More

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I’m a tea obsessive. I carry bags of loose tea on business trips and judge restaurants by the breadth of their selection. I know the names of specific... Read More

Burger, Tap & Shake: It may be the laid-back kid sister to District Commons, but Jeff Tunks’s second Washington Circle restaurant is no slouch. The... Read More

If you travel light, a hotel notepad is an ideal memento—slim, utilitarian, free. And even if it doesn’t cost anything (except the price of a room, or a... Read More

The Park Hyatt Washington, D.C., recently emerged from a $24 million makeover with more than just sleek guest rooms—it also now has a custom fragrance... Read More

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