Washington, D.C.

Tips and Articles in Washington, D.C.

Cork Wine Bar This six-month-old restaurant and wine bar occupies a loftlike space with exposed brick walls, tin ceilings, and an open chef’s kitchen. French and Italian wines are the big draw, and you can choose from 41 varieties by the glas...
Art Europe London “From Russia: French and Russian Master Paintings, 1870–1925, from Moscow and St. Petersburg,” at the Royal Academy of Arts (through April 18; royalacademy.org.uk). This exhibition, highlighting one international love affair b...
As D.C.’s inner city blossoms, roughly six contiguous areas north of downtown are being grouped as MidCity. At its heart, Logan Circle (a genteel Victorian residential quarter in its day) and the U Street Corridor (a creative hub once hailed as Bl...
The meal began in a rush of tiny tastes. A chocolate truffle oozed foie gras. New-wave bar snacks—pork rinds in maple syrup, sweet lotus chips in star-anise dust—gave way, in a spray-bottle spritz of mojito, to an endle...
1. Anaheim, Calif. Wyndham Anaheim Park 877/999-3223; wyndham.com; ask for the Wyndham Weekender package. What’s Included A double; free shuttles to Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm. Cost From $225 for a two-night stay, Thursdays to Sundays. ...
See our slideshow of 10 Great American Public Spaces. It’s a safe bet that when you walk into Washington, D.C.’s Union Station, you’ll be awed by its grand proportions and its hive-like activity. You’ll want both to speed up to join the busy fray...