The Star and Shamrock -- half Irish pub, half Jewish deli -- celebrates Hanukkah with a special menu, discounted He'brew beers and kosher cocktails.
Getting ready for Oscars? Studios must be trotting out some of their best films this month. Here's what the Post critics had to say about this week's releases: all three releases netted at least three out of four stars.
Hate Black Friday? Try crossing off lots on your shopping list at some of these holiday markets.
The holidays are definitely upon us. If you haven't found your festive seasonal cheer just yet, the 12 pages of holiday events in today's Weekend section should have you reaching for an embarrassing sweater in no time.
The kitchen at Eatonville did not get off to an auspicious start. After holding a well-documented and ultimately unsuccessful Top Chef-style contest to choose his first head toque, owner Andy Shallal saw three different chefs (including both the contest's winner and runner up) briefly take the title. Now, after running his restaurant without an executive for a while, Shallal is bringing in 28-year-old Garret Fleming to run the show.
I've been eating my way across the region in search of surprising veggie and vegan fare, but I never expected to stumble upon a veg-friendly gem while writing the nightlife column for the Dec. 3 issue of Weekend. At Fruit Bat, the three-month-old bar on H Street NE, I spied one little word on the cocktail menu begged for more investigating: Soymilk.
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Kenny Chesney comes to FedEx Field on June 4. (Mark J. Terrill/AP) The calendar just turned to December, and that means the days of cold temperatures and snowstorms are ahead. If it's anything like last winter -- well, let's...
We're now just four days from the inaugural Going Out Guide trivia night, which will take over Bedrock Billiards Sunday at 8 p.m.
By now you've heard the buzz about National Portrait Gallery removing a video from its "Hide/Seek" exhibition after complaints from the Catholic League. If you saw the show when the video was still in it, what did you think?
What are your plans tonight? The Getting Up Guide is here to help you answer that question. Here's what's happening Wednesday:
This week, chart-topping DJ David Guetta performs at Fur, Santas go barhopping in Georgetown, "Office Space" fans polish their Bill Lumbergh impressions for a special screening, Rich Medina and Dimitri From Paris visit U Street, Comet Ping-Pong hosts a funky dance-off, the Walkmen perform at the 9:30 Club and the Black Squirrel gets festive with cookie decorating and Great Lakes Christmas Ale.
What are your plans tonight? The Getting Up Guide is here to help you answer that question. Here's what's happening Tuesday: Michael Buble There's little doubt at this point that Michael Buble is the total package: charming, handsome, self-effacing and...
Like salty and sweet in the world of cuisine, opposing flavors can create a complementary treat. So it goes with theater this month. For every classic title, there's an edgy counterpart. What better way to follow "The Nutcracker" than with "Oy Vey in a Manger"?
Coming back to work after a long weekend can be a drag. Luckily, a screening of the Beatles documentary "Let It Be," latkes at Cork Market, free jazz at National Geographic and a Christmas Bazaar with the Swedes can serve as some ideal pick-me-ups.
Lead by Jason Chimera, a number of the Capitals are participating in a worldwide men's health awareness movement called Movember. As the month winds to a close it's almost time to bid adieu to the Capitals' best new aesthetic improvement since the team went back to red, white and blue uniforms. In the meantime, there is still time to donate, and join the participating Capitals for a celebratory party following tonight's game at Lyon Hall in Clarendon.