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Fired Up!
Jeff Dufour | January 16, 2014

1. The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown
This historic brick building used to house Georgetown’s incinerator, so naturally a giant roaring wood fire is a centerpiece of the hotel’s industrial-yet-cozy...

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Haute Chocolate
Nevin Martell | January 9, 2014

1. Co Co. Sala
“It doesn’t matter what the weather is, we always sell a lot of hot cocoa,” says Executive Chef and Chocolatier Santosh Tiptur. We love the salted caramel made with...

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Spa Savvy
Dena Levitz | January 2, 2014

Icy Indulgence
After a monthslong renovation, The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC recently unveiled a new look. The chic space ups the luxe factor with everything from a...

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Grand Nest
Jennifer Sergent | December 30, 2013

Call it an empty-nest opportunity: With one child off to college and another living out of state, Christopher Brown and Douglas Rogers looked around their four-story townhouse near Dupont Circle and realized it was time for a change.

The Victorian townhouse...

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A Day in Mike’s Life
Jeff Dufour | December 30, 2013

History has a funny way of unfurling itself, and then, sometimes, doubling back. Dupont Circle photographer Mike Mitchell knows this well. He was 18 years old on Feb. 11, 1964, the day the Beatles played their first concert in the United States at DC’...

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Temptresses of Tidy
Jennifer Sergent | December 30, 2013

A common quip among interior designers is that you want to have your work photographed before the clients move back in, lest that perfect tableau get marred by cereal boxes on your handpicked Carrara marble counter, or keys and mail become strewn...

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Wake-Up Call
David Hagedorn | December 30, 2013

Breakfasting has never been more popular, especially among power players doing business, and hipsters looking for spaces to dine, socialize and ruminate about next moves. So, it was only a matter of time before savvy, big-shot chefs wanted a cut of the action. Fabio...

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Gateway to Heaven
David Hagedorn | Photography by Greg Powers | December 29, 2013

Washingtonians always considered the wisteria-covered patio of Dupont Circle’s Iron Gate Inn their little secret. Now that Michael Babin’s Neighborhood Restaurant Group has renovated the historically protected...

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Brit Hit
Nate Chapnick | December 29, 2013

From Burberry to Belstaff, the British clearly know their luxury goods—and automobiles are certainly no exception. Take the 2014 Bentley Continental GT V8, easily the finest rolling example of British craftsmanship and engineering prowess to date. Under the hood, a...

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Michael McCarthy | December 29, 2013


Washington Monument

Local freelance photographer Craig Hudson admits he has a strong affinity for the grand and majestic, which he credits to growing up in San Francisco. “To...

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