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We asked the top mixologists in the DC area what cocktails never fail to impress. Darkside:
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To broker or not to broker, the first question when buying insurance. By Jon S. Belinkie, HIA, HIP, DIA, DIP, MSA, CBC, ACBC, MBA, DBA, CLCS President, Health Insurance Specialists, Inc.
One of the key roles of the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) is to enhance the stature of the industry through awards and recognition programs.
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Washington, D.C. is home to hundreds of brunch, lunch, and dinner spots. While each establishment has crafted its own menu and created its signature dishes and drinks, they all have one thing in common: crowds.
Washington, DC will be welcoming Pope Francis during his United States visit from September 22-24. It is projected that his visit could bring as many as 100,000 people to the District similar to President Obama’s first Inauguration.
The Open Enrollment Period for 2016 begins November 1, 2015.  During this time, individuals and families can make changes to existing plans or obtain new coverage.  This period extends until January 31, 2016.  As an individual or family seeking coverage, you have a number of options to get your questions answered or to get help with your enrollment.
By Henry Pertman, Director, Hospitality Consulting at CohnReznick in Baltimore, Md. For the 30 years I was in the restaurant business, there was no such thing as “menu engineering.” The menu was the menu.
From September 4-6, 2015, immerse yourself in the excitement of the National Book Festival at one of DC’s fabulous restaurants! When dining out in the nation’s capital, take a picture of your meal and post it on social media.
The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) invites the submission of applications for the FY2016 Great Streets Retail Small Business Reimbursement Grants. Grants of up to $50,000 each will be awarded on a competitive basis to owners of small retail and service-oriented businesses in 13 Great Streets corridors.
Washington Business Journal: D.C. health exchange launches new tool to make finding a doctor easier By Tina Reed - 8/20/2015, 5:00am EDT