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Press & Reviews
Here Are D.C.'s Restaurant Industry Workers, All Dressed Up for HalloweenPer tradition, we'll be showcasing restaurant workers getting decked out for Halloween in costume today.
A New Clyde's Chef Plus a Monday Unlimited Paella and Sangria Deal at Jaleo BethesdaClyde's at Mark Center has brought Robert McGowan on board as its new executive chef.
Dining Out?The nasty germ known as norovirus gets its bad rap from high-profile cruise ship outbreaks.
Where to Drink Cachaça During World CupWhat are the best places to enjoy Brazil's national drink?
Eater's 2014 Oyster Happy Hour GuideEating oysters during the "r" months has become outdated. Where can you find oysters all year long?
The Old Guard: Clyde'sIt's easy to forget the tried-and-true standards that have remained open throughout the city's many changes.
January 14, 2014
16 Plates of Nachos Eater Readers LoveWe asked; you answered. Eater readers had plenty to say on the topic of D.C.'s Best Nachos.
January 13, 2014
'Other NRA' cooks up 2014 agendaMeet Washington’s other NRA: The National Restaurant Association.
January 13, 2014
9 DC Restaurant Week Best BetsWe know how tough it can be to choose a spot from among the more than 200 participating restaurants.
January 13, 2014
Beat the Monday Blues: Trivia Nights in NoVaStifle the Monday blues and indulge your competitive side at one of these local trivia nights.
January 1, 2014
Wine Wednesday: Outside the vineyardSeveral local lounges and restaurants deserve recognition for the role they play in promoting Loudoun wine.
Washingtonian 100 Best Restaurants: 1789 Restaurant
YEARS: 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Wine Spectator Award of Excellence: Clyde's Restaurants
YEARS: 2000-2014; 2015
Wine Spectator Award of Excellence: 1789
YEARS: 2002- 2014; 2015
Wine Spectator Award of Excellence: The Hamilton
YEARS: 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Wine Spectator Award of Excellence: Old Ebbitt Grill
YEARS: 1998-2014; 2015
Distinguished Restaurants of North America (DiRoNA) Award of Excellence: 1789 Restaurant
YEARS: 1992-2014; 2015
Restaurants & Institutions' Top 100 highest-grossing independent restaurant locations: Old Ebbitt Grill
YEARS: #7 in 2003, #6 in 2004, #5 in 2005, #5 in 2006, #6 in 2007, #6 in 2008
RAMMY Award Where Magazine Visitor's Choice: Old Ebbitt Grill
RAMMY Award for Restaurant Manager of the Year: Clyde's of Reston's Hans Olson
Washington Business Hall of Fame: Clyde's President John Laytham
Washingtonian Readers Best #1 for Outdoor Dining: Clyde's Restaurant
Washingtonian Readers Best #2 for Sliders: Clyde's Restaurant
Washingtonian Readers Best #3 for People-Watching: Old Ebbitt Grill
Washingtonian Readers Best #1 for Upscale Restaurant for kids: Clyde's Restaurant
AOL City Guide: City's Best for Breakfast: Old Ebbitt Grill
AOL City Guide: City's Best for Romantic: 1789 Restaurant
AOL City Guide: City's Best for Happy Hour: Clyde's of Tysons Corner