Tiffany MacIsaac may now be the pastry manager for all of the Neighborhood Restaurant Group, but while the likes of Tellula, the Evening Star Cafe and Rustico benefit from her master's touch with sweets, one gets the sense that her heart still belongs to the pair of establishments she originally moved to the area to help run: Birch and Barley and ChurchKey.
What are your plans tonight? The Getting Up Guide is here to help you answer that question. Here's what's happening Friday
She came, she saw, she pomponed.
Fresh from taping Top Chef All-Stars this week, Mike Isabella is getting ready for another close-up: his much-anticipated first restaurant, which he's calling Graffiato (that's "scratched" in Italian) and hopes to open as early as February at 707 6th St. NW in Penn Quarter.
A question during today's chat led us to an interesting piece of news: While last year, the nationwide Free Night of Theater provided gratis tickets to see Shakespeare Theatre Company's "The Alchemist" and Synetic's "Dracula," this year's program won't offer...
Along with Amy Orndorff's Q&A with photographer Walter Wick (in time for his exhibit at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore), we have a little quiz for you. The man behind the images from the kid-friendly "I Spy" series of...
Canadian crooner Michael Bublé and his Crazy Love Tour roll into the Verizon Center Nov. 30.
What are your plans tonight? The Getting Up Guide is here to help you answer that question. Here's what's happening Thursday.
What are your plans tonight? The Getting Up Guide is here to help you answer that question. Here's what's happening Wednesday: Andrea Centazzo The Sonic Circuits Festival, a celebration of electronic music in the Washington area, moves to the Kennedy...
Among this week's picks: Thievery Corporation plays an intimate show, Bollywood and retro dance parties raise money for charity, the Bliss Dance Party celebrates 10 years of booty shaking, Ponytail's guitarist strikes out on his own, ballerinas and ballet fans gather for happy hour (with free food) at the W Hotel, Sonic Circuits brings experimental music to D.C. and house guru Rich Medina gets the dance floor grooving at Eighteenth Street Lounge.
Find beers, festivals and events with our picks for the area's top Oktoberfests.
What are your plans tonight? The Getting Up Guide is here to help you answer that question. Here's what's happening Tuesday.
Featuring some of the area's finest desserts, a great cocktail list and a menu of imaginative small plates, Co Co. Sala was already a prime downtown date destination. With the announcement of the opening of a 200-square-foot designer chocolate boutique on Sept. 27, the establishment is hoping to extend its sweet brand to non-diners.
British soul and experimental compositions rule on this Monday.
Famous authors, including Jonathan Franzen and Jonathan Safran Foer, visit the Mall for the National Book Festival, Chuck Brown closes out the Live on Woodrow Wilson Plaza series with an after-work concert, and the Washington Ballet's young members group offers...