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National Harbor Issues Forecast for Weekend of Snow

Jordan Wright August 30, 2017 Photo credit – Jordan Wright

Guests enjoy the “cool” vibe

The unlikely event of snow in August will fall every twenty minutes at National Harbor’s super chill Harbor Dome Summer Snow Globe this weekend. The huge transparent geodesic dome with a sweeping view of the harbor features DJs on […]

Blue Star Families Neighbors Organization Benefits from Top Area Chefs’ Partnership

Jordan Wright April 18, 2016 Special to DC Metro Theater Arts

Chefs with their military chef partners

Chefs from some of our area’s leading restaurants participated in a fundraiser last week for Blue Star Families, pairing up with military chef counterparts to prepare some scrumptious nibbles and sips. With a view of the […]

Human Rights Campaign’s “Chefs For Equality” Evening Scores Big with DC Chefs and Their Fans

Jordan Wright September 25, 2014 Photo credit – Jordan Wright Special to DC Metro Theater Arts

 

Event Chair David Hagedorn in lime green tie

When Washington Post food writer David Hagedorn is doing the asking, big name chefs and restaurateurs respond. Though we didn’t see her there, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, […]

Nibbles and Sips Around Town – April 15, 2014

Jordan Wright April 15, 2014 all photo credit to Jordan Wright Special to DC Metro Theater Arts, Broadway Stars, and LocalKicks

In Which We Visit Union Market, Bidwell, the Launchology Series and Sample Nibbles and Sips From Zaytinya’s Upcoming Greek Easter Festival

Union Market DC

The Craveable Union Market

The greengrocer’s stall […]

Nibbles and Sips January 2011

Jordan Wright Special to The Washington Examiner

Crescent City Comfort Food Comes to Arlington

Chef/Owner David Guas at his new digs Bayou Bakery – photo by Jordan Wright

Who dat on the corner of North Courthouse Road and 15th Street Arlington? Why, honey, it’s well-known Pastry Chef David Guas, his very own self behind […]