We try on the Brazilian jelly-shoe whizzes’ kids’ versions of their plastic kicks.
Make like a crepe and flip for this hot boite. A family-owned waterfront cafe, gallery, and bar concept brings a touch of France and the spirit of the Meatpacking District to Georgetown.
It’s never too early to introduce your bookworm to the pleasures of reading outside, on a blanket, in the park. To wit: We hightailed it out to the grass with snacks, sunscreen, and ten new reads.
We found 175 reasons Martha Stewart is more creative than you are.
The founder of Little Duck Organics shares his take on unconditional love, when not to lose your cool, and what to put on your breakfast table.
June 13-16: Celebrate 125 years of world exploration, sip on sherry in Shaw, meet the Devil’s favorite fashion novelist, find top-drawer drawers in Georgetown, and face a barbecue feast with the Face the Nation anchor.
A small, sherry-focused bar from husband-and-wife mixologists Derek Brown and Chantal Tsing. Choose from more than 50 varieties of port, served with olives, nuts, and even chocolate. Mockingbird Hill isn’t a restaurant, but you can easily make a meal of its menu of cheese, cured meats, and preserved anchovies.
Lingerie, sleep, and loungewear are the house specialties of this local chainlette. The shop stocks go-tos like Chantelle, Cosa Bella, Hanky Panky, and Wacoal.