The New York Times

36 Hours in Washington, D.C.

No longer does the city dubbed “the swamp” by its inhabitant in chief have the starchy, insular appearance of a white male fiefdom. There’s a dynamism that, along with its fabled history, qualifies it as a great American city.

Vogue

The World’s Best Cocktails Are Coming to Washington DC

“Super fancy Jell-O shots!” exclaims U.K.-based cocktail wizard Ryan Chetiyawardana, referencing one of the group-friendly intoxicants he’ll mix at Silver Lyan, his hotly-anticipated 75-seat drinks den.

Vogue

The World’s Best Cocktails Are Coming to Washington DC

“Super fancy Jell-O shots!” exclaims U.K.-based cocktail wizard Ryan Chetiyawardana, referencing one of the group-friendly intoxicants he’ll mix at Silver Lyan, his hotly-anticipated 75-seat drinks den.

Food & Wine

‘World’s Best Bar’ Winner Mr Lyan Is Opening His First U.S. Location

We spoke with Ryan Chetiyawardana about Silver Lyan, a new bar set to open in Washington D.C. next year.

Food & Wine

‘World’s Best Bar’ Dandelyan to Land in Washington, D.C. for Two-Day Pop-Up

Consider it a “farewell tour” of sorts for the cocktail hotspot that announce it would close in January.

Vogue

Erykah Badu on Her New Web Shop and Finding Her Creative Community

Speaking over the phone on her birthday earlier this week (she’s a Pisces), Badu says that even in 1996, at the beginning of her time in the public eye, she had solidified her nonconformist, rebellious sense style.

The Washington Post

Wolfgang Puck says restaurateurs may need to become landlords to thrive in big cities

Wolfgang Puck has opened a steakhouse in Washington, and, yes, he knows how residents in the nation’s capital feel about chefs, celebrity or otherwise, launching yet another dimly lit dining room dedicated to juicy slabs of beef.

Food & Wine

Game-Changing Indian Restaurant Punjab Grill Debuts in the U.S.

Nearly every element of the new D.C. restaurant was made by hand in India.

Robb Report

Last Chance to Taste: Acclaimed Dandelyan Pops Up in the U.S. for a Final Bow Before Shuttering

The acclaimed London spot is gearing up for a two-night stint at Washington, D.C. speakeasy The Gibson.

Food & Wine

Urban Wineries Are on the Rise

Here’s Why Winemakers Have Traded Vineyards for the Big City