St. Patrick's Day arrives next Thursday, but if you're itching to down a Guinness and dance a jig or two, there's no need to wait, thanks to bars getting the parties started this weekend.
To celebrate her 70th birthday on Feb. 4, Ruth Sedei and her husband booked a table at 2941 in Falls Church, which was promoting a $24 fixed-price lunch on its Web site. The day before her reservation, she noticed the deal was no longer available and called to inquire about the change.
In today's Weekend section, three expert photographers give tips to help you take great pictures.
In this week's movie releases, aliens attack Los Angeles, a retelling of a classic fairytale goes awry and a little boy learns about the power of family by traveling to outer space. Here's what Post critics had to say:
We're hosting a St. Paddy's-themed get-together at the Dubliner on March 14 to help kick-start the week and we'd love to have you there.
The Black Squirrel has expanded into the building's basement, and the new space has 32 beers on draft and a cool rock and roll vibe.
March isn't just a great time to shoot cherry blossoms. It's also packed with photo exhibits that are sure to offer some inspiration.
A quick glance at Thursday's what-and-where: "Bill Cunningham New York" In "Bill Cunningham New York," a new documentary portrait by filmmaker Richard Press, the camera turns on the unassuming octogenarian who, despite his clout within New York society, travels the...
Paul Simon comes to D.C. in May. (Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP) Tickets go on sale Thursday at 10 a.m. through Ticketfly for the following shows at the 9:30 Club: • Iron and Wine, the Low Anthem April 22 ($28). •...
Great vegetarian food abounds for those giving up meat.
Here at the Going Out Guide we're immersed in all things cherry blossom, not the least of which are readers' haikus honoring the spring bloom. Check out some of the haikus on our haiku randomizer, which scrolls through some of the best submissions with a quick click.
It's bracket time. A handful of local beer enthusiasts have been hand-picked from a field of over 300 applicants to help our panel of experts blind taste an expanded bracket of 64 American craft brews.
The week between Mardi Gras and St. Patrick's Day contains the much-anticipated debut of Wild Flag, the kickoff of a real ale festival at Rustico, a hip -- and free -- party on the roof of the W Hotel with bands from Eighteenth Street Lounge Records, the Nouveau Riche dance party's fifth anniversary, groovy French band Chateau Marmont, and the Going Out Guide's special pre-St. Patrick's Day happy hour at the Dubliner.
A quick guide for those still trying to make up their mind about where to celebrate Mardi Gras.
"Billy Elliot the Musical," the return of Cate Blanchett, and a major initiative to lure "Millenials" -- arts fans ages 18-30 -- are some of the highlights of the upcoming season at the Kennedy Center.
There's one thing that's immediately apparent about U Street's newest sports bar, Touchdown: It's not going to replace Public Bar or Buffalo Billiards, and it isn't trying to.
As Maximum India heads into its second week, we scout out the best events.
On Friday, we reported on the anticipated frenzy for Tina Fey tickets when they go on sale tomorrow. A more sought-after ticket you're unlikely to find for quite some time, we said. We were wrong.
One of the area's most popular pizza purveyors replaced one of the region's best-known pie makers earlier today. When Pizzeria Orso opens for dinner this evening, Edan MacQuaid won't be stoking the fires of its wood-burning oven. In his place will be Chris Nye, a 30-year-old sous chef from Orso's glamorous sibling, 2941 Restaurant.
This week, Washington Post restaurant critic Tom Sietsema visited two suburban stop for quick but satisfying Latin American meals, Carbon Peruvian Chicken & Grille in Rockville and El Sabor Boliviano in Springfield. As usual, Scott Suchman's beautiful photos help tell the story.
Free this week: A Brahms concert, Indian snake dances and a documentary about fashion photographer Bill Cunningham. Monday Open rehearsal with Christoph Eschenbach The music director of the National Symphony Orchestra conducts an open rehearsal of Brahms's Third Symphony with...