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December 13, 2018

Don’t Miss This Year’s ZooLights at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo

Mark your calendar for ZooLights at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo, a yearly tradition that celebrates the holiday season with dazzling lights, tasty treats, and plenty of family-friendly fun. ZooLights kicked off on November 23 and features more than a half a million environmentally friendly LED lights in a stunning show set to the music of the season.  See the zoo... continue reading

November 30, 2018

Try the Supper Club at Call Your Mother Deli

The newly opened Call Your Mother Jewish deli on Georgia Avenue has the fresh breakfast, lunch, and deli items that you might find at your family home. If you’re going to stop in for a meal there instead of at home, their name is at least a reminder that you should give her a ring.  Call Your Mother has your... continue reading

November 1, 2018

Find Finger Foods and Post-Work Cocktails at Little Beast Cafe & Bistro

Little Beast Cafe & Bistro is one of DC’s newest family-friendly restaurants, offering a fun and whimsical atmosphere, with mural-painted walls featuring charming one-eyed "beasts" that are sure to delight and inspire both young and old.  The menu includes half a dozen different pizza varieties, as well as a range of shareable plates served family-style. Try the crispy fingerling potatoes,... continue reading

November 1, 2018

Get a Taste of Authentic Italian Cuisine at I’m Eddie Cano

Say the name of newly opened I’m Eddie Cano to yourself a couple of times quickly and you’ll get the gist. It sounds an awful lot like “Americano” with a thick, Italian accent. It’s the perfect name for the cuisine they serve — American favorites with a heavy Italian influence. Look for antipasti, house-made pastas, and classic entrees like chicken... continue reading

October 29, 2018

Check Out a Comedy Show at Laugh Riot at Positano

If you love to laugh (and who doesn’t?) pay a visit to Laugh Riot at Positano. This Bethesda comedy club has a reputation for putting up-and-coming talent on the stage, which means that you can enjoy a hilarious show without dropping too much cash.  Entrance is just $15 (though the cover charge is cash-only, so be sure you stop at... continue reading