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Where to watch the World Cup games in D.C.

The World Cup games begin today at 4:00 p.m. and dozens of bars and restaurants around D.C. are featuring the games, along with great food and drink deals. Washington City Paper compiled an impressive list of basically every World… Read More

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Twuesday Tweetacular: A practical lesson in gastronomy

This bag of pinto bean-based, gluten-free tortilla chips smells like farts and tastes like sadness and self-denial. Who would *choose* this? — ANNA ⚓ JOHN (@suitablegirl) May 27, 2014 Although Vox is no expert in the culinary arts,… Read More

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Return of the GU Farmer’s Market (and hopefully warm weather along with it)

It’s official, spring has begun: the Georgetown University Farmers’ Market kicks off its spring season tomorrow from 12 to 5 p.m. on snowy Copley Lawn. The farmer’s market is bringing in several new vendors this season while also… Read More

Georgetown joins online food publication, Spoon University

Yep, that’s the weird little icon so many of your friends have posted online. Last week, Georgetown made its debut on online food publication, Spoon University. Spoon University is a publication for students, by students that connects college campus… Read More

Prefrosh Preview: Breaking the Georgetown bubble and exploring D.C.

Though Georgetown itself is wonderful and chock full of things to do, part of the experience of attending the University is getting off campus and into the District. This can be quite a feat for busy students, but… Read More

Prefrosh Preview: Be healthy, live sustainably in college

It’s important to know that exercising isn’t the only way to maintain good health in college. With cafeteria food being an all-too-convenient source of questionably edible food, or the opposite problem of a plethora of off-campus restaurants with… Read More

Sweetgreen expands to New York City

Things DC had before NYC: the best salads in the world. Nonetheless, the D.C.-based salad company, Sweetgreen will open in the NoMad Hotel in Manhattan on July 15th sometime later this month. The six-year-old company, known for using… Read More

This Week in the Voice: Fresh from the farm

This week’s feature takes a look at food issues facing vendors in the District—problems such as the availability and affordability of locally-grown products. The piece also delves into community initiatives that work in cooperation with small farmers: Dialogue… Read More

Dine like a sir: Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week preview

For all the foodies out there in Washington, next week will be a second Christmas. D.C.’s Restaurant Week is a week not only full of delicious top-notch food, but also great deals. From Feb. 4 to 10, hundreds… Read More

Prefrosh Preview: Eating at Leo’s—A Primer

Georgetown has but one, single dining hall—everyone’s favorite, Leo J. O’Donovan’s. The University considers purchasing a meal plan a “fundamental part of developing community among resident students,” which seems to be true, though it may be more of… Read More