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Retreat in the Ribera
By Becca Hensley | September 2, 2015

I drink from a waterfall at the heart of Spain’s Duero Valley, in a refurbished 12th century monastery-turned-five-star hotel called Abadía Retuerta LeDomaine. Not part of nature, this...

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Uncovered Girl
By Ray Rogers | August 31, 2015

Oh, the glamorous life of a supermodel! “Hold on—my dog just threw up,” says Chrissy Teigen, Sports Illustrated cover model and no-holds-barred co-host of new ABC talk show FABLife. She is splayed out on a couch in an L.A....

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Around the Table
By Ashlyn Frassinelli | August 21, 2015

1. Monday Night Dinners, The Fainting Goat
Chef Nathan Beauchamp is making Monday nights a treat at his U Street gastropub, The Fainting Goat. On the first day of the...

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Robert Wiedmaier’s DC
By Katie Bianco | August 17, 2015

As the longtime owner and executive chef of Marcel’s, Robert Wiedmaier is well known in Washington as a go-to for fine dining. But the German-born chef also has secret aspirations outside the kitchen. “I’ve always...

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Pups on the Patio
By Ashlyn Frassinelli | August 10, 2015

1. Art and Soul
The pooch patio at this restaurant is always a popular spot during the warmer months of the year. Leashed pups can hang with their owners and enjoy treats...

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Gimme S’more
By Ashlyn Frassinelli | July 31, 2015

1. 1789
Too hot outside to sit around the fire roasting marshmallows? Try your s’mores in ice cream form with the Campfire Sundae ($10). Chocolate and burnt marshmallow ice...

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Laugh Lines
By Mallory Hughes | July 24, 2015

1. Book of Mormon
The nine-time Tony Award winning smash-hit musical continues its second national tour with a stint at The Kennedy Center running until Aug. 16....

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Gin's In
By Nevin Martell | July 16, 2015

1. Catoctin Creek Distilling Company’s Watershed Gin
Juniper takes center stage, though cinnamon, coriander and anise seed are all strong co-stars. Simply...

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No Reservations
By Jennifer Barger | July 14, 2015

Wallcoverings made of recycled tires, pendant lights fashioned from delicate baskets and handcrafted wood-and-metal bar stools that seem stolen from a Brooklyn brownstone are featured in the sizzling DC restaurants that Griz Dwight...

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Day in the Life
By Jeff Dufour | July 14, 2015

“I’d always wanted to do something like this,” says chef Erik Bruner-Yang of his splashy new restaurant-retail hybrid called Maketto, “even if it was in a...

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Inn First Place
David Hagedorn | Photography by Greg Powers | July 14, 2015

If you want to know what makes a restaurant great, drive 70 miles west of DC to chef Patrick O’Connell’s The Inn at Little Washington, a Brigadoon of civility and refinement to be experienced at least once in a...

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By Michael McCarthy | July 14, 2015

Anderson House

Renowned operatic soprano Alyson Cambridge is used to evoking emotions onstage. While performing for New York’s Metropolitan Opera, the District native has played ...

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