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My DC: Sarah Gordon
Katie Bianco | August 22, 2014

1. Say Oh La La!
“We love to sit outside with our dog at Le Diplomate (1601 14th St. NW, 202.332.3333). They treat him like a prince—with a dog bone...

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Ice, Ice, Baby
Nevin Martell | August 15, 2014

1. Arcuri
There’s no denying DC summers can get sultry, but Arcuri’s Chief Managing Partner Adam Hiltebeitel is easing the heat index with his tart and tangy limoncello slushie,...

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Good Night, DC!
Katie Bianco | August 8, 2014

1. Best Spot for a Girls’ Night Out
STK (1250 Connecticut Ave. NW, 202.296.1880)! DC has been sorely missing an upscale hot spot where the power femmes of the city...

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Flight Night
Kelly Magyarics | August 1, 2014

1. Eno Wine Bar
The luscious Three Kings flight pours 1996 Broadbent Madeira, 2008 Ferreira late-bottled vintage port and Dandelion 30-year-old sherry. Sweeten the deal with the Nuttin...

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Afterparty Eats
Nevin Martell | July 25, 2014

1. Red Light Cocktails & Dessert Bar
End your night on an up note at this new boozy dessert emporium on 14th Street’s late-night happy hour. Treat yourself to confections by...

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Viva Italia!
Nevin Martell | July 16, 2014

1. Osteria Morini

Chef and Owner Michael White named his new restaurant after his mentor—Gianluigi Morini of San Domenico restaurant in Italy—and takes his cuisine cues from his...

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Capital Cocktails
Kelly Magyarics | July 11, 2014

1. Founding Farmers
Beverage Manager Jon Arroyo’s quintessential American mixed drink at the farm-to-table restaurant is a liquid homage to our nation’s supreme...

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Long Live the King
David Hagedorn | Photography by Greg Powers | July 8, 2014

There are very few things in life for which I’ll purposely endure Friday-afternoon rush hour, but partaking in chef Tarver King’s food at The Restaurant at...

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Cable Girl
Dena Levitz | July 8, 2014

Uyen Tang has had a front seat to worldwide haute couture via a job with the United States Foreign Service. Each time she arrived home in DC, friends would ask where a fashion find originated—and those questions planted a seed, which soon became the DC-based startup...

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Uni-versally Spectacular
David Hagedorn | July 8, 2014

Uni, the coral-hued lobes of gold found inside the sea urchin, has long been a Japanese delicacy. The tongue-shaped strips resemble roe, but are, in fact, the echinoderm’s sex organs. Their custardy texture, pure ocean flavor and reputed...

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