When you don’t feel like cooking, it’s just another night of cake balls.When Elizabeth Petty doesn’t feel like cooking, it’s another night of artfully devised, multicourse dining, complete with palette cleansers and wine pairings — in a stately townhouse.Her new raw and vegan restaurant, aptly named Elizabeth’s Gone Raw, will make you forget that ovens, dairy farms, or carnivorism ever existed.Standouts in the flavor, texture, and color categories include arugula with Asian pear-and-pistachio vinaigrette; creamy mushroom tarts; mind-altering baklava with walnuts and honey; and addictive kale chips.Call ahead to reserve seats at prix fixe dinners and after-parties packed with DJs or speakers (authors, musicians, etc). And note that carryout lunch is on the horizon.Which pretty much puts out the flame on your stovetop.Elizabeth’s Gone Raw, 1341 L Street NW, between 13th and 14th Streets (202-347-8349 or elizabethsgoneraw.com). Confirm event dates and hours online. Photo: Courtesy of Elizabeth’s Gone Raw Fall fashions are marching down the runways and onto our Fashion Week site. But we’re so eager to slip into a new spring wardrobe that we’ve broken down the season’s trends: tomato red, wide-leg pants, long skirts, tutti-frutti prints, and more.Up to 50% off American ApparelHoliday-patterned pj’s are no longer acceptable, not even for bagel runs. However, American Apparel’s comfy basics and vintage-inspired sportswear are — and they’re up to 50% off on our sample sale site.