As 2017 is coming to a close, Eater DC is looking back on the most clicked articles of the year. Per annual Eater tradition, here are the 10 most popular maps and guides to run on the site in the past year. Turns out Washingtonian’s really love brunching, burgers, coffee, Georgetown, and all things outdoor dining.
Where to go in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia for unlimited mimosas, breakfast buffets, and lemon ricotta pancakes.
Every weekend, Eater editors filed suggestions that aimed to answer the ever-present "where to eat tonight" question. Their picks inspired readers to get out of dining ruts by trying a brand-new spot or a reliable favorite.
In the past year, the First Daughter dined at nearly two dozen restaurants across town, including multiple stops at BLT Prime by David Burke in the Trump Hotel.
The cocktail heatmap answers the question: Where should I drink right now?
Besides rooftop dining guides, D.C. readers also searched for Eater DC’s essential patio map this year.
D.C.’s oldest neighborhood mapped, from veggie tacos to cupcakes to college haunts.
2017 pop-ups in the D.C. area included a Milk Bar outpost in Tysons Corner Mall and a vodka soda pop-up bar.
There’s Eater DC’s essential brunch map, then there’s this map compiling everything new happening in the boozy breakfast scene.
Tracking four dozen spots in the D.C. area to get caffeinated.
This is a burger-loving town after all.