Author: Lenore T. Adkins

Community SeriesNational

On American Barbecue and the Black Community That Built It

Food historian Adrian Miller doesn’t remember how old he was when he started craving his mother’s barbecued pork spareribs, sausages,…


New on ResyWashington D.C.

Now Open on Resy: Cranes Spanish Kaiseki, Las Gemelas, Reveler’s Hour, and More

Summer is almost here, and the D.C. restaurant scene has taken another step toward reopening, with indoor dining back —…


The French-style duck paella at Convivial. // Photo by Holly Barzyk

GuidesWashington D.C.

The Resy Guide to Splurge-Worthy Takeout in Washington

With more and more people getting vaccinated daily, the pandemic that upended our lives is hopefully on its way out.…


New on ResyWashington D.C.

New on Resy: St. Vincent, Chicken + Whiskey, Hawk ‘n’ Dove, and More

There’s no question that D.C.’s food scene is electric, and goes well beyond the buttoned-up spots that routinely attract Washington’s…


The founders of DMV Black Restaurant Week, from left: Furard Tate, Erinn Tucker, and Andra "A.J." Johnson. Black chefs and owners were all over the District, Tucker says, "but there wasn’t really a platform for them to really showcase their talent." // Photo courtesy of DMV Black Restaurant Week

Behind the LineWashington D.C.

A Celebration of DC’s Black Restaurants Is Ready to Roll, In a Year Like No Other

It was at the historic Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church in Washington where Erinn Tucker met, and later joined forces…


"If they’re going to take the risk on their side, we want to make sure they feel as comfortable and confident in the process and the experience as possible,” says Gravitas' Matt Baker about his guests. // Credit: Farrah Skeiky

Resy FeaturesWashington D.C.

Gravitas’ Matt Baker Has Been Weathering the Pandemic. His Preparation Started Years Ago.

The first time I met Matt Baker at his new American cuisine restaurant Gravitas, he said he was sorry. This…