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On the Waterfront
Jeff Dufour | May 8, 2014

1. Fiola Mare
Chef Fabio Trabocchi took his inspiration for his third DC restaurant from the flavors and coasts of Italy. The newest restaurant on the Georgetown waterfront, Fiola Mare...

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Bowled Over!
Kelly Magyarics | May 1, 2014

1. Firefly
Bar manager Jon Harris salutes the arrival of spring with his Tradewinds Punch, an homage to the time of the spice...

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Miami’s Vice
David Hagedorn | Photography by Greg Powers | April 29, 2014

Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak and Stone Crab, which opened at the corner of 15th and H streets downtown in January, is big, bold and masculine. It’s part Palm, part Capital Grille...

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Click
Michael McCarthy | April 29, 2014

When
12:48PM
4.5.14

Where
Union Market

If Washington adores Union Market—the Northeast outpost for all things artisanal, creative and homegrown—it has absolutely fallen head over high heels for...

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Passport Potables
Kelly Magyarics | April 29, 2014

To source the most intriguing ingredients for their cocktails, DC’s jet-setting bartenders now tote home exotic, impossible-to-find spices and liqueurs—or rely on globe-trotting friends with a little extra space in their luggage. Their cache...

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Far and Away
Michael McCarthy | April 29, 2014

During the height of the Cold War, the idea of slipping into Mongolia to stage a fashion shoot was borderline absurd and nearly impossible. But if you were a determined London editor teamed with a freelancer photographer who’d shot post-World War II...

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Staying Power
Michael McCarthy | April 29, 2014

Starry, Starry Nights
Sitting rooftop in Georgetown at the Capella puts a distinct shine on stargazing. The hotel’s new constellation Dinner-and-Dreams Package...

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Street Smart
Jennifer Sergent | April 29, 2014

Potential investors said she wouldn’t see a return for three to five years. And others questioned the need for a boutique devoted to quirky and stylish entertaining. But years of writing about restaurants, food and entertaining—and scouring the Internet...

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Porsche, Plein Air!
Nate Chapnick | April 25, 2014

Is it a coupe or is it a convertible? The 2014 911 Targa 4S is actually a bit of both, giving drivers the top-down freedom of a convertible with the stylish lines and performance of a hardtop coupe. The latest addition to the 911 lineup exhibits many of...

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From Sea to Shore
Beth Weitzman | April 25, 2014

With an alarming possibility of disappearing within the next 50 years due to global warming and a rising sea level, now is the time to experience the Maldives, the world’s lowest-lying nation, with its more than 1,100 white-sanded coral islands situated off...

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