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What is the hardest part about owning and opening a restaurant?
Everybody brings something to the table, and from March 19-31 2017, we need you to "Bring Your Buddy" to participating restaurants to support inclusion, friendship and opportunity for everyone!
Michael Birchenall was a man of strong conviction and passion. Among his many attributes, Michael is fondly remembered as a man who offered tremendous support, help and encouragement to young people looking to make careers in the foodservice industry. He was always the champion of the bus boy, cook or hostess who was behind the scenes making things run smoothly.
The DC restaurant market is crowded, and only the savvy will survive.
This March, Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington is partnering with Best Buddies to promote true social inclusion for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
RAMW Member Spotlight: Chef Matt Heimbauer  
Join us for an admissions open house at Stratford University! During the Open House you will be able to:
Lending made easy: Secure more dough to get back to your bread and butter  
RAMW Members participating in ALL IN SERVICE DC Inauguration weekend. ALL IN SERVICE DC celebrates DC’s diversity by giving back to local organizations that keep our community thriving.   BEUCHERT’S SALOON 623 Pennsylvania Ave SE @beuchertssaloon
Spicy Harissa Lentil Stew with Dark Greens and Turmeric From CAVA   Ingredients: 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 yellow onion, diced 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 shallot, minced
When co-founders Brandon Skall and Jeff Hancock opened the doors to their brewery in 2011 on Blandensburg Road in NE Washington, DC Brau Brewing Company became the first packaging brewery inside the District of Columbia since 1956.
The Washington Auto Show, the regions largest public show, will take place at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center January 27-February 5, 2017.   This year, hundreds of thousands of visitors will spend time at the Auto Show, and we have partnered with Events DC to help you market your restaurant to this vast group of visitors.  
It’s pronounced like “Ahi” the tuna, but there’s nothing fishy about Aji Amarillo, the Peruvian chile pepper. Often found in the US as a prepared paste, Aji Amarillo lends its brilliant yellow (aka Amarillo) color and earthy heat to just about everything in Peruvian cuisine. But its usefulness isn’t limited to South American fare!