Neyla is a Mediterranean restaurant in DC that serves natural foods
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Wishes Fulfilled at Neyla in Washington, DC

January 7, 2014

WASHINGTON, DC, US – “Neyla” means “a wish which is fulfilled” in Turkish, and we couldn’t think of a more appropriate name for this  Eastern Mediterranean restaurant in Washington, DC. As soon as we sample from their menu of small plates and tasting platters, our wishes for scrumptious pan-Mediterranean fare… (more)
Jack Rose Dining Saloon is a popular spot to grab a scotch and enjoy a meaty dish in DC
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Get “Roped In” at Jack Rose Dining Saloon in Washington, DC

January 5, 2014

WASHINGTON, DC, US – Echoing the style of Western saloons in the 1800s, Jack Rose Dining Saloon in Washington, DC gives us exactly what we need on a chilly night out: aged whiskey and meaty entrees. While traditional saloons served the nomad cowboy or out-of-town visitor, this social hotspot attracts… (more)
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There’s Nothing Ordinary about Smith Commons in Washington, DC

January 2, 2014

WASHINGTON, DC, US – Though it may have a typical name, there’s nothing common about Smith Commons in Washington, DC. Not to be confused with other average Joe bars on H Street, this gastropub stands out for its variety of excellent food paired with seemingly endless drinking and seating options.… (more)
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Cupcakes without the Craze at Baked & Wired in Washington, DC

December 29, 2013

WASHINGTON, DC, US – In a city full of world-class cupcake shops, finding the perfect fluffy-treat bakery can be a bit of a Washington, DC adventure. And while tourists and TLC fans flock to Georgetown Cupcake, locals and in-the-know visitors prefer to bypass the camera crews and mile-long lines and… (more)
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It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Cafe Saint-Ex in Washington, DC!

December 28, 2013

Washington, DC, US – Hurry, you wouldn’t want to miss your flight at Cafe Saint-Ex, a Euro-aviation themed café just off of Washington, DC’s lively U Street that takes locally sourced cuisine to new heights. Named after Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, the famed author of Le Petit Prince, the neighborhood hotspot… (more)
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Calling All Fish Foodies to BlackSalt Restaurant in Washington, DC

December 18, 2013

WASHINGTON, DC, US – In Washington, DC’s Foxhall neighborhood along the Potomac River, the seafood scene is bustling. Mostly that’s thanks to BlackSalt Fish Market, a sustainable seafood venture where amateur and professional chefs flock for the freshest catches around. But if you’re simply a fish foodie who wants to… (more)
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Dignitaries Come to Dine at Bombay Club in Washington, DC

December 11, 2013

WASHINGTON, DC, US – With all the distinguished guests waltzing through Washington, DC each day for meetings with Embassy Row ambassadors and receptions at the White House, people would be forgiven for thinking of this city as one larger-than-life, international household. But every influential, schmooze-happy home has got to have… (more)
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Tea Country Represents at Teaism in Washington, DC

December 7, 2013

WASHINGTON, DC, US - Washington, DC may be home to Embassy Row, one of the highest concentrations of international consulates in the world. This American capital may also be an international capital, at least for diplomats and dignitaries. In this world city, however, one embassy stands out from the rest.… (more)
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It All Goes South at Art and Soul in Washington, DC

November 27, 2013

WASHINGTON, DC, US – It’s never been completely clear whether Washington, DC belongs to America’s North or its South. Built in a compromise between the two, the city has always toed the Mason-Dixon Line—or at least fallen close enough on the South side that it pledged Civil War allegiance to… (more)
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Refresh Your Memory at Pitango Gelato in Washington, DC

November 24, 2013

WASHINGTON, DC, US – There are few accomplishments more deserving of a sweet reward than concluding a brain-overloading (and body-exhausting) tour of local sights. And from the Washington Monument to the Newseum to the Hillwood Estate, Museum, and Gardens, the sights in Washington, DC are far greater than can fit… (more)
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