Going Out Guide: Why more and more restaurants in D.C. are offering half portions

10 things to do in the D.C. area the weekend of March 31-April 2; Damaged City Fest is your crash course in contemporary hardcore; These sisters never imagined their restaurant would become a D.C. jazz institution; DC Theater Friday: A musical new thriller and familiar killer dillers; Theater for children: What's on Washington-area stages this spring;  
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TWP / Washington Post illustration using iStock images Why more and more restaurants in D.C. are offering half portions Smaller dishes can be good for health-conscious diners and also help restaurants reduce food waste. By Becky Krystal  •  Read more »
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10 things to do in the D.C. area the weekend of March 31-April 2 Check out the new "Cocktail" pop-up bar at the Mason and Rook Hotel, fly a kite on the Washington Monument grounds and see Baltimore shimmer and shine for Light City. By Going Out Guide staff  •  Read more »
 
Damaged City Fest is your crash course in contemporary hardcore The acclaimed annual punk festival offers big thrills at high speeds. By Chris Richards  •  Music  •  Read more »
 
These sisters never imagined their restaurant would become a D.C. jazz institution Meet Kelly and Maze Tesfaye, who opened the first Twins Jazz, in Brightwood, in 1987. By Michael J. West  •  Music  •  Read more »
 
DC Theater Friday: A musical new thriller and familiar killer dillers Signature debuts the musical 'Midwestern Gothic,' and 'Chicago''s back. By Nelson Pressley  •  Theater & Dance  •  Read more »
 
Theater for children: What's on Washington-area stages this spring For little ones, "Jungle Book" and "Aladdin"; for older kids, "Ragtime" and "Raisin." By Jane Horwitz  •  Theater & Dance  •  Read more »
 
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