Here are the top new feature and news stories on the site over the past week:
What a win for Washington. Bon Appetit decided that D.C. was the best city for dining during 2016. Restaurants including Bad Saint, The Dabney, and Tail Up Goat were recognized as formidable newcomers, and the publication's love letter to D.C. mentioned plenty of other reasons to head to the nation's capital (even if they were a little more incredulous about the city's success than they needed to be). Recognition is always appreciated, and D.C. might see a bit of a tourism boom as a result.
D.C.'s always interested in where the President and First Lady are headed for dinner. For this particular special occasion, the Georgetown waterfront's Italian seafood destination was the draw. Passersby even sung "Happy Birthday" to the President when he visited.
The Brunch Heatmap has always been a great resource for the newest and hottest brunches in town. This companion map highlights some of the best tried-and-true brunches around town, from Le Diplomate to Mintwood Place.
It was about time to update this map highlighting the newest quick-service options in D.C. Newcomers include the hummus-focused Little Sesame, the vegetarian HipCityVeg, and more.
Everyone loves pizza. But they really love affordable pizza, and several restaurants offer steep discounts on pies, especially during happy hour.
Also popular this week:
*Five Restaurants to Try in D.C.
*Eight Restaurants Have Opened This Week, from Bindaas to Boru Ramen
*Bardeo Becomes Bindaas — Take a Look Inside
*The Early Word on Duke's Counter
*Where to Eat In and Around Union Station (Updated)