Try Bell's Hopslam on draft and in bottles tonight at the Black Squirrel, and get ready for the return of draft Natty Boh.
Hit Valentine's out of the park this year: Plan a roadtrip to a winery and settle in for a pastoral afternoon of wine and chocolates.
How well do you think you know the city? Find out in today's Weekend section.
Here's what Post critics had to say about this week's releases.
Take our quiz and test your cultural knowledge of the D.C. area, past and present. There are questions in five categories, so to get a top grade here, you need to know everything from "Top Chef"-related restaurants to "Heavy Metal Parking Lot" to which museum houses Renoir's "Luncheon of the Boating Party."
Tell us your best way to have a blast on a snow day, and you could win four tickets to "Perseus Bayou" at Imagination Stage.
If you're home for the day or need to get out of the office, here are some snow day restaurant and bar specials worth checking out.
Suburban hotel restaurants aren't generally known for strong concepts, but that seems to be changing in Tysons Corner. First Michel Richard took over the old Maestro space in the Ritz-Carlton, and now Thomas Elder, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, and former executive chef at Chicago's McCormick Place, will open Harth (pronounced hearth), a farm-to-table themed restaurant in the McLean Tysons Corner Hilton.
February is an excellent month to be an art lover: The area's museums and galleries will be swimming with parties, openings, even a live-art festival.
If you want to make a good impression, don't go to your usual after-work watering hole. This is a date that deserves some effort. Pick a new place where you can impress them with exotic tropical cocktails, robust French wines or fancy Belgian beers -- without spending a lot of money.
Katy Perry performs at Merriweather Post Pavilion this summer. (Katy Winn/AP) Pop star Katy Perry pretty much owned the summer of 2010 with the infectious hit "California Gurls." Given the big sales, the steady stream of hit singles and...
In today's Food section, Tom Sietsema finds slurp-worthy soups -- and another D.C. spot for pho.
Snowy weather means deals at local bars and restaurants, including $25 two-course dinners and all-night happy hour.
This week, pump your fist and "Beat Dat Beat" with DJ Pauly D, celebrate ?uestlove's 40th birthday with a DJ set by the man himself, dance to the global grooves of Si*Se, experience the blissful-but-loud guitar melodies of The Radio Dept. or Best Coast, toast Australia Day with a special cocktail and whip your hair back and forth at a night of guilty pleasures at the Rock and Roll Hotel.
How do you create an award-winning cocktail? Ask Todd Thrasher, the mixologist at PX and Restaurant Eve, who won the 2010 World Cocktail Cup with a drink called I Have Too Much Thyme on My Hands Right Now at This Point in My Life.
With the announcement of the Oscar nominations this morning begins the rush to see all the nominated films. Get more information on the nominees, and see which ones are playing in area theaters.
A quick survey of Tuesday night's what-and-where: State of the Union Last weekend, bars across the country were filled with people drinking beers and cheering for the Packers and Steelers. Tonight, bars across the city will be filled with people...
Gathering to watch the State of the Union on giant TVs has become a tradition at Capitol Hill watering holes. If you're looking to go out for drink specials and drinking games, here are our top picks for Tuesday night.
This week: museums are free (as usual), but we've also got frigid swims and the chance to see D.C.'s karaoke champions compete. Monday 'The Orchid in Chinese Painting' The cymbidium orchid became a popular subject for Chinese artists during the...