Enjoy Armenian Cuisine at Yerevan, Now Open in DC

New to DC, Yerevan serves delicious Armenian cuisine. As soon as you step through the doors of this cafe-meets-market, you’ll be met with a quaint-sized cafe with pale yellow-colored walls and a cozy arrangement of chairs and tables. It’s a peaceful setting to sit for awhile and read your favorite novel...

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How to Make Your Apartment Extra Cozy for Autumn

With its shorter days and dipping temperatures, the fall season reinvigorates our desire for cozy, welcoming spaces. Here are a few tips to help you bring autumn into your apartment—in the snuggliest, comfiest way possible. Toss up some twinkle lights. Twinkle lights instantly create a cozy vibe within your home, transforming...

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Fresh Air Meets Fresh Produce at the 14&U Farmers’ Market

14&U Farmers’ Market is the perfect stop to purchase all sorts of items. At this urban farmers market located in front of the Reeves Center, you can peruse hand-made cheeses, grass-fed meats, preserves, pies, cookies, ice cream, cut flowers, plants, and so much more. “Definitely a great market that is a must-see...

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Shop Groceries, Gourmet Goods and More at the Newly Opened Toscana Market

Toscana Market just opened in Mount Vernon Triangle, bringing a taste of Italy to your neck of the woods. It’s modeled after the Italian alimentary, a small neighborhood grocery store that’s stocked with the essentials—including fresh pasta, homemade sauces, and plenty of prepared foods. Stop in at the stylish shop...

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Slurp Some Ramen at Basebowl, Now Open Near Nationals Park

If you’re a ramen enthusiast, you’ve probably tried the classic tonkotsu and miso varieties. But it’s unlikely you’ve ever encountered anything quite like the Super Basebowl. The massive bowl of ramen for two is packed with eight ounces of tender ribeye, plump jumbo shrimp, mushrooms, seaweed, cabbage, sugar snap peas,...

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The Best Houseplants for Smaller Spaces

Thinking about welcoming a new addition to your household—one with roots and leaves? Plant parenthood can certainly be rewarding, especially when you’re staying home most of the time. If you’re just getting started, here are a few plants that can thrive in your apartment. Jade. This simple succulent with scarlet-tinged...

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