Boss Shepherd’s Catoctin Creek Whiskey Dinner

Boss Shepherd’s hosted a Catoctin Creek whiskey dinner on Tuesday night, March 31st, with owners and distillers Becky and Scott Harris. Chef Jeremy Waybright crafted a 4-course feast, all paired with a Catoctin Creek cocktail or dram, and Scott spoke with guests about the distillery and their spirits, how they first got started in 2009,…

DC Whiskey & Wine News: Glendalough Whiskey & Truvee Wine; New Openings; Special Events

I hope your very boozy March hasn’t slowed you down. Good. Because there’s some big whiskey and wine news all around the District. Dive in right here.

St Patrick’s Day & Other Boozy Celebrations for March

Three cheers for green beer! Check out our round-up of ways to celebrate 2015 St. Patrick’s Day in Washington, D.C. Remember though, there’s no reason to cut off your celebrations after the holiday passes. So we have a whole load of fun events to help keep you loaded the good times rolling through the end…

Who’s the Boss? Southern Farm-to-Table Fare at Boss Shepherd’s

Boss Shepherd’s, open since July 2014, is named in homage to Alexander “Boss” Shepherd. Shepherd was a powerful if controversial politician and one-time governor of the District of Columbia also known as the Father of Modern Washington. A fitting name for a restaurant very much a part of today’s modern Washington dining scene, far removed…

Your All-In-One 2015 Washington, D.C. Valentine’s Day Guide

Things to Do, Places to Eat, Events & Specials for Valentine’s Day in Washington, D.C. Alright, nobody panic. You still have more than two weeks to figure out what you’re doing this year for Valentine’s Day. Plenty of time. But even if you find this a bit closer to the wire, don’t worry. There’s enough…

Christmas & New Years Dining Guide in DC

2014 Washington, D.C., Dining Guide for Christmas & New Year’s Eve Where should you eat on Christmas Eve in Washington D.C.? What about New Year’s Eve? Which restaurants are open on Christmas Day in D.C.? Alright, nobody panic. You still have time, and there’s an abundance of quality choices. Check out the info we have…

Halloween 2014 D.C. Roundup: Top 20 places to party & things to do

Washington, D.C., 2014 Halloween Parties & Events: Halloween is right around the corner, which means you’re probably scrambling to find something to do. Have the great costume, but nowhere to go? Avoiding a costume at all costs, but still interested in fun food and drink? Don’t worry, we have you covered. Consider this your guide…

DC Booze News: Try 100 Year Old Whiskey at Catoctin; Beer, Wine & Whiskey Events for All

Quenching Washington, D.C.’s Thirst One Post at a Time: It’s time for the latest edition of the D.C. Booze News, bringing you all of the need to know details about what’s good to drink, and where you can do it. Let’s get started.

DC Restaurant Openings & Buzz: Beer & More Beer from Dupont to VA to Silver Spring

There’s been plenty of buzz, openings & updates in the Washington, D.C. metro area over the past week or so. Here’s some of the highlights, including a variety of new places to check out…