F is for “foodie,” a person with a particular interest in food who is always up for trying new places and has a refined yet adventurous palate. And this month at Potomac Lifestyle, we are all about feasting with foodies as we scratch the surface of all the fine eats and drinks Potomac has to … Continued
Potomac Riverkeeper Network’s hosted its first ever RioPalooza this summer. Guests enjoyed the beautiful Shenandoah River. There was fishing, snorkeling, rafting and a fish petting zoo! Photography by Alan Lehman
Perched atop a steep drive on a heavily wooded lot is the mid-century home of Atousa Raissyan. Her living room is sparsely furnished, spanning the width of the house and flooded with green-filtered light pouring through expansive windows on three sides. The space radiates peace, even amongst scattered toys and other evidence of family life.
October is one of the most beautiful months of the year here in Potomac. The air is cool, the trees are full of golden, bronze and flame-colored leaves and there is an aura of new possibility. We reached out to Harvest Catering + Food Design with a delicious request: a meal that will wow the guests at your next dinner party…
The Office of Agriculture hosted its 29th Annual Farm Tour. The free event is packed with family-friendly activities and farm-fresh food providing opportunities to pick your own fruit, take a hayride, pet farm animals, or just relax and enjoy lunch and scenic views. Attendees enjoyed connecting with nature and learning about farms. Visit MontgomeryCountyMD.gov/farmtour for more information. Courtesy Photos
October is a wonderful time to treat yourself to wine tasting. The air is crisp, the autumn colors are dazzling and the tasting notes dance on your tongue. Explore the editor’s hand-picked 10 best vineyards within a one-hour drive from the Potomac area. Soak up the lush scenery and pair it with the perfect wine. Cheers!