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In decision to temporarily close, Bethesda restaurateur calls coronavirus ‘no joke’

Chef Tony’s co-owner posts emotional video, says news of young man’s death resonated

Attman’s deli closes in Cabin John, plans to relocate

General manager says lease was being cut short

Urban Bar-B-Que closed its original location in Rockville on Sunday

Restaurant had been there more than 17 years


Local restaurants that are providing carryout and delivery

Here’s a list of some of the eateries that are still open


Local caterers lose millions of dollars as business bottoms out from coronavirus

Cancellations in March, April wipe out schedules, revenues


UPDATED: Restaurants in county may now sell beer, wine for takeout, delivery

Change approved Wednesday helps restaurants prohibited from dine-in service

Restaurants face uncertain future in wake of mandatory closures

Some fear they’ll have to close permanently

Mussel Bar & Grille

Local restaurants see steep decline in business due to coronavirus

José Andrés temporarily closes Jaleo in Bethesda and his other Washington-area restaurants

Deluxe resized

Café Deluxe in Bethesda going out of business

Friday will be last day restaurant is open

Michelin accomplished

At Kyley McGeeney’s Silver Spring home, D.C.’s top chefs are cooking in the kitchen

Well intentioned

Gluten-free restaurant The Little Beet Table in Chevy Chase banks on the wellness trend

Richmond rising

Virginia’s capital shines in the culinary spotlight

Table talk

Locally made items at Dawson’s Market, a new Rockville Town Square eatery, and more

Thai scores in Potomac

Our critic checks out the tasty food and enormous desserts at the recently opened Sisters Thai

Table Talk

A new bakery at Pike & Rose, chocolate-covered wine bottles debut at Westfield Montgomery mall, and other news from the local food scene

Vegging Out

For vegetarian and vegan diners on the lookout for superlative fare, these 10 dishes fit the bill

Sum Good, Sum Not

China Garden offers up sometimes excellent Cantonese fare in Rockville

Bethesda Interview: Seth Goldman

The Honest Tea co-founder talks about becoming a vegetarian, a possible future in politics, and his latest venture, Beyond Meat

Uncommonly Good

Our critic finds intriguing fare in a luxurious setting at Commonwealth Indian in North Bethesda

A Day at the Market

Behind the scenes at the Bethesda Central Farm Market

Table Talk

Italian fast-casual bowls at Prima in Bethesda. Plus, a new coffee shop in Woodmont Triangle.

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