Food brings people together. From pizza parties as children to lunch meetings as adults, food is not just a necessity but part of a lifestyle. Greg Kahn grew up around restaurants while his father ran a food distribution company and knew that one day, he too would be part of the food lifestyle.
Moviegoers feel like iPic Theater in Bethesda is their home away from home! iPic presents its guests with a unique movie experience where they can relax and escape with great comfort, hospitality and amenities. The super soft and comfortable reclining theater seats will instantly make you feel at ease.
Bobby McKey’s Dueling Piano Bar at National Harbor presents highly energetic dueling piano shows. With exposed brick walls and lofty ceilings, this venue offers a cool private event space. Guests have hosted unforgettable holiday events in the most unique way with their incredible live music show, combining all request songs with improvisational humor. Performers play the piano and sing with…
Article Danielle S. Tepper | Photography Jack Hartzman Photography Pizza is arguably one of America’s most beloved meals. It comes in all forms: deep dish, Neapolitan, thin crust, New York-style, pepperoni, pineapple, veggie—you name it, you can probably put it on pizza. Everyone has a favorite type, and everyone has a favorite place to get it. Greg Kahn hopes Gregorio’s Trattoria…
Article Danielle S. Tepper | Photography Jack Hartzman Photography There aren’t many establishments that allow open smoking these days—unless that is their sole purpose, of course. At Civil Cigar Lounge in Washington, D.C., people come in because they know they can enjoy the experience of smoking a cigar in peace.
It’s hard to avoid seafood when you live in Maryland. Crab feasts fill summer days, and it’s not uncommon to hear the sounds of someone slurping an oyster. While summer may seem like the only time to get some of the best local seafood, The Grilled Oyster Company in Potomac is serving the best the ocean has to offer year-round.
In a community where so many things are shiny and new, O’Donnell’s Market is a welcome relic. Opened two years ago by Bill Edelblut and his daughter Ashlee, the shop marks the return of a DC-area seafood dynasty.