Author: Catherine Trifiletti

No Wrong Way To Rosé

The pink wine made a literal splash in glasses across the country (and world) a few years back and the drinking trend has shown no sign of slowing down. A 360 EXPERIENCE Whaley’s Rosé Garden...

Stay Outside in Style

Under Canvas’ nine eco-friendly glamping retreats are gateways to the country’s most stunning landscapes. Photos Courtesy of Bailey Made. Inspired by the United States’ impressive network of National Parks, married couple Sarah and Jake...

Back to Basics

Mountain’s Trek’s holistic approach to self-care challenges the mind and body for an unforgettable week-long, off-the-grid experience in British Columbia.  Self-care is often the first thing on the chopping block amid life’s daily grind...

The Dish: Tradition Rules

Napoli Pasta Bar balances authentic Neapolitan fare with a neighborhood vibe. Chatting with Antonio Ferraro about his mom and grandmother waking up early on Saturday mornings to whip up paccheri ragu and Genovese pasta back...

Inside Homes: The Birth of Camelot

Scott Stewart celebrates the history of Jacqueline Bouvier and John F. Kennedy’s famous first meeting at his charming rowhouse in Georgetown’s West Village.  You would be amazed at how much Kennedy stuff people will...

Power Workouts: Not for the Faint of Heart

Power exercise classes for overachieving Washingtonians in pursuit of pushing their physical limits. BARRY’S BOOTCAMP Details: 1345 19th Street, NW | $34/class | barrysbootcamp.com Need to Know: Get your energy boost at the studio’s...

WHCD 2018 in a Nutshell

THURSDAY, APRIL 26 Bytes and Bylines // Irish Ambassador’s Residence Tech-heads united for the fourth annual Bytes & Bylines party hosted by Susanna Quinn, Eric Kuhn, John McCarthy, Allen Gannett and Jon Steinberg held at...

Inside Homes: Embracing Change

John and Kristin Cecchi make the most out of temporary digs in Georgetown’s Tudor Park while they build their forever home.  Going with the flow is a trademark of the Cecchi family. Last year,...

The Dish: Nowhere to Hide

St. Anselm chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley lets quality ingredients and straightforward cooking speak for itself. When Marjorie Meek-Bradley began to think about her next move after long-running stints at now-shuttered Ripple and sandwich shop Smoked...