2017 proved to be the year of the Wharf opening anticipation and Trump-related controversies. Here are the top new feature and news posts on Eater DC this year, excluding the always-popular Eater 38 and Eater Heat Map.
Meanwhile, Eater DC’s most popular new guides and maps of 2017 are listed here. Keep reading for 10 of the most clicked 2017 news posts on Eater DC:
David Burke, the New York chef who runs BLT Prime inside the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., shared his take on whether the president puts ketchup on his steak.
Why owner of Sakina Halal Grill Kazi Mannan gave away 6,000 meals in 2016 to the needy.
The Red Guide’s inspectors didn’t name a single D.C. restaurant meriting three stars, an accolade that signifies “exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey.”
An entire new dining ecosystem opened in the fall in southwest D.C., and Eater broke down all the new openings in this waterfront wonderland.
The Le Bernardin alumna parted ways this year with Mike Isabella Concepts, shortly before Requin's opening in D.C.
Drama continued to unfold this year over the restaurants in the president’s flagship D.C. hotel.
Eater DC road-tripped to Baltimore for the opening of Gjerde's new waterfront restaurant and beach bar.
This guide filled readers in on which restaurants opened their doors during the festivities.
As always, Eater DC tracked the hyped openings of the season.
The Top Chef star went big for his latest D.C. opening, taking over 9,000 square feet of F Street's historic Equitable Bank building.