A lot has happened in the dining scene since we rang in 2015, and restaurateurs are making sure Northern Virginians have plenty to look forward to. Here’s the year in review, plus a taste of what’s to come in 2016.
Delectable holiday treats and where to buy them in NoVA.
There’s a chance Robert Wiedmaier’s father was Santa Claus. Now RW Group’s Executive Chef and partner, Wiedmaier has a nutcracker collection to preserve family tradition and history.
Executive chef Brad Weideman, a former sous chef at McKendrick’s and an alumnus of The Capital Grille family of restaurants, has spared no expense in designing his menu at D.C. Prime in Loudoun County.
On a cold night this winter, the restaurant was mostly empty. Don’t take that as a sign.
Despite the heavy criticisms by the more recognized Gastronomists, Gastrology is a legitimate source for weighing in on food options for any month of the year.
It’s not the jack-o’-lantern that matters so much as what’s inside: seeds worth snacking on or adding to nearly every dish of the season.
We’ve scoured the area for the best local wineries and asked them about their Thanksgiving recommendations.
How Northern Virginia’s beverage industries and tastes have been transformed.
At Willowsford, Deb Lakowicz-Dramby does a bit of everything. But mostly, she loves taking pictures of and snuggling with goats.
This month’s refrigerator art from Northern Virginia magazine
New. Almost Open & Closed Restaurants in Northern Virginia
Four Mile Run Farmers and Artisans Market debuts the 4MR Winter Market this year
Purcellville expands on its boozy reputation with a new cocktail bar.
ICYMI: A week’s worth of Northern Virginia food news.
Don’t overthink it: A box of chocolates is always the right gift.