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In an effort to bring attention to the wage gap between men and women, a handful of D.C. restaurants and bars are offering 23 percent discounts* today. The idea is to “call attention to the fact that women still make 77 cents to a man’s dollar,” according to local group Lean In DC, which organized […]
For the first time in its nine-year history, Hank's Oyster Bar in Dupont will serve lunch every weekday, beginning April 1. The restaurant, as well as its locations in Old Town Alexandria and Capitol Hill, currently serve lunch only on Fridays. With the expanded lunch hours in Dupont come expanded food offerings. The mid-day menu, […]
"Alright Stop. Collaborate and Listen," "Play That Funky Music Right," "Oh Mickey You're So Fine." These days, the drink menu at Hank's Oyster Bar on Capitol Hill reads more like a really bad jukebox than a serious bar program. But don't be fooled, this limited-time menu has all the force of a cheesy pop song […]
Hank's Oyster Bar in Alexandria now has twice as much room to slurp oysters. The restaurant reopens tonight with an a new 24-seat bar and raw bar plus an additional 20 dining seats after expanding into the space next door. The entire space has been closed the last two and half weeks during the final […]
October means oyster season is back. But before you slurp away your paycheck, take a look at how the regular prices for a dozen bivalves compare at a dozen oyster and seafood-centric restaurants. Then consult our guide to finding $1 oyster happy hour deals below.
What tops oysters and booze? Oysters in booze. A couple of new restaurants (plus some old favorites) are offering some new twists on the oyster shooter. Here are five places to slurp and swallow up: MXDC 600 14th St. NW Double oysters with tomato, beer, soy, and sweet onion chimichurri, $5 Teddy & The Bully […]
If you’re lucky enough to get something to munch on while you wait for your meal, chances are it’s bread with olive oil or butter. But not every restaurant offers boring,empty carbs. Here are six spots whose appetite-whetters go beyond the bread basket. Popovers, Pâté, and Petit Fours at BLT Steak Before descending on BLT’s […]