A newcomer to the DC food scene, Shouk offers bright and creative Mediterranean fast food—think pitas overflowing with veggies and crunchy salads—with no meat, dairy or other animal products in sight.
Inspired by a childhood ritual of Sunday bagels and Nova salmon, Ron Goodman, a chef, is now at the helm of Ivy City Smokehouse, bringing that same smoked fish to DC-area locals.
Two Maryland-born gems, Moorenko’s and Pitango Gelato, offer small-batch, super-premium ice cream made from the highest-quality, fresh, local, wholesome ingredients—just what summertime calls for.
No seder to go to, but still looking for a traditional (or untraditional!) holiday meal? From matzah balls in bone broth to spicy Italian fish, restaurants around the DMV have you covered.
Sunflower Bakery in Gaithersburg expects to make 30,000 hamantashen this Purim. But its training program for people with learning differences—the only one in Maryland—is what makes it so much more…
Hummusiya—yes, it’s what you think: a shop dedicated to hummus, that hearty, healthy dip that is its own meal in Israel. Meet Little Sesame, DC’s new hummus spot by the DGS team.
Just six months after graduating from the University of Maryland in 2014, Haley Raphael launched Pops by Haley, offering layers of cake, frosting and sprinkles in a convenient, recyclable plastic push-up tube.
Stephanie Goldfarb may be best known around Chicago’s Jewish Federation as a clinical social worker, but she moonlights as the founder of a popular supper club…and holds the title of “America’s best cook.”
Israeli restaurants in the United States stopped hiding behind categories like ‘Mediterranean’ and ‘Middle Eastern’ as Israeli cuisine pushed itself to the forefront of America’s food scene this past year.
Alex Levin grew up baking with his grandmother on New York’s Upper East Side. Now, he’s applied his professional baking skills to make the best challah you might taste.