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CAVA offers a Mediterranean mix customized just for your taste buds — and at an affordable price, too. Three friends started the company in the DC metro area, and made putting a delicious bowl together easy: you begin with a base, throw in a few delicious dips and spreads, stack it with a protein like braised beef or lamb, then top it off with crumbled feta, pita crisps, cucumber salad there's more, but we're too hungry to keep going.

The vibrant colors and flavors of India are on full display at Rasa , the fast-casual restaurant in the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood from first-time restaurateurs Sahil Rahman and Rahul Vinod. Numerous locations in DC makes finding a place to do so easy.

You can always expect delicious cheeseburgers, wings and crabcakes to be on the menu. Have a delicious meal for less at Old Ebbitt Grill , the oldest restaurant in DC. There, guests can enjoy raw bar items for 50 percent off during Oyster Happy Hour, every day from p. and 11 p. DC-based chef Spike Mendelsohn rose to prominence on Top Chef and operates this burger-heavy eatery along with his family.

Using only fresh and seasonal components, as well as farm-raised beef, Good Stuff Eatery builds delicious burgers and shakes that will have you coming back for more.

Visit Capitol Hill or Georgetown for the good stuff. Yes, these current salad masters hail from DC. You can build your own salad or try one of their signature creations. You'll have no problem finding one: the salad specialists have locations all over the District.

Another homegrown gem is District Taco , where taste buds are dazzled on a daily basis. What began as a food truck is now a DC sensation, with multiple locations serving up its high-quality, Yucatan-style Mexican food.

Brave spice lovers beware: you have to ask for the habanero salsa for a reason. Pork sandwiches. Beef brisket.

Cornbread, baked beans, coleslaw. Rocklands Barbeque in Glover Park has all the essential ingredients for an outstanding 'cue experience sure to leave you breathless — and with sticky fingers.

The blueberry buckwheat pancakes have been brightening up mornings for years, so order up your own and find out what all the fuss is about. Market Lunch is closed on Mondays and shuts down at 3 p. or earlier every other day, so make room in your schedule for this treat. The Downtown fast casual spot offers a seasonal menu divided into hummus bowls and pita sandwiches you can also add in the dairy-free vanilla tahini soft-serve ice cream.

With locations across much of the Western United States, this healthy fast-casual chain debuted in the District with much fanfare. The brainchild of James Beard Award nominee Sam Fox, Flower Child was created to provide affordable, made-from-scratch dishes that cater to every diet.

So yes, you can bring your vegetarian, vegan and paleo friends here for everything from creative salads and small plates to organic grain bowls and wraps. Top Header Menu Meetings Travel Trade Members Press Sports.

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I was there at the time that they were going to close and most of the clientele that time are people at the bar.

I noticed many people coming and going with their takeout orders and those sitting at the bar. Good friendly crowd. However don't expect to hold a conversation with anyone unless you speak Spanish yourself 🙂.

El Rinconcito Cafe translating to "The Little Corner Cafe" is a small Salvadorian restaurant that provides a breath of fresh tasty air to the largely new American flavors in this area of D. With friendly staff, their menu is pretty big - but the pupusas are the star here.

The pupusas themselves are seared perfectly, with just a bit of cheese oozing out. And while some pupusas can be quite oily and wet, El Rinconcito manages to let the bread and fillings shine without overusing additional fats. The slaw and sauce on the side is a perfect fresh accompaniment to the pupusas.

I just wish they provide more of the sauce as the Salvadorian style salsa really brings life to pupusas. The corn tamale is also pretty tasty moist with little chunks of smashed sweet corn and saved me from starving during a long wait from delayed flights.

They also have Horchata, but the flavor is a bit different from what you might traditionally expect - and, as I found out later, that's because Salvadorian Horchata is made differently than Mexican Horchata! Using Morro, cocoa, and other bold flavors, the Horchata has a sweeter, chocolate-y, earthy flavor to it.

Sitting near a street corner, the restaurant is snug and ideal for an outing with a friend or two rather than a large group. For a very affordable and delicious snack or lunch, El Rinconcito is a fantastic spot to visit in D.

I had never tried Salvadoran food until El Rinconcito and it blew me away. This place is an underrated gem. Spinach and squash pupusas were very tasty and homely. The burrito was unlike any southern American food I had ever tried, full of flavor. And the seafood soup was a challenge to eat, but very very tasty.

This place is a must try if your in the DC area. Even without meat the flavor was amazing. The service here was excellent and was very welcoming and hospitable, reminded me of service back home. I only gave the atmosphere a 4 because it was a little small, and some people had to wait outside in the rain.

This place has the best horchata and the best enchiladas I have ever had. Every bite of this meal has bursts of flavor! Ever been part of the clean plate club? This place will make you a part of it so fast you will want to come back for more 🤩. What a great hole in the wall! It was so cold and we were looking for something warm, and we saw that they served soup and that it was relatively inexpensive, and man were we blown away by the beef stew.

It was SOOOO GOOD. It soothed the soul. There were carrots, tripe, tendon, bones, a knob of corn, and plantains, among other beef cuts.

It was hot in temp and just enough in spice to warm you up, but not make you gasp for water. So good.

The pupusa was also delicious! I loved the salsa on the cabbage. It was a bit acidic, and in conjunction with the pupusa as well as the beef stew, it was a perfect combo.

Putting this in my "places to go in DC for delicious food" list. I only gave the atmosphere 4 stars because it's a tiny place. This place is a gem hidden on 11th St. The pollo y queso pupusas are delicioso! That chimichanga though, OMG! I can tell you right now that I'll be going back.

This place is super small so if you go in there with a large group of more than 6 people you've already seated half of the restaurant. This would be an amazing place for a small family gathering. My only negative comment would be that they didn't follow orders when my spouse asked them not to put guacamole with his food.

He doesn't care for it so he didn't want it to be wasted. He has a thing about not wasting resources. I don't blame him. Awesome Salvadoran food. Very home style, everything was fresh and made in house. The pupusas was my favorite. You can taste how fresh the tortilla was.

Great spot to support a local business and eat tasty food. Need a place to stay? Where City name. Rooms, guests. Rooms and guests. Search for hotels. Slide 1 of 4. Laotian restaurant. Thip Khao is a laotian restaurant in Washington where the chef has sparked a local renaissance for spicy, often herbal cooking.

Dishes like the crispy coconut-rice salad with fermented pork nam khao and red goat curry are popular among customers. Chef Seng Luangrath's signature dish is the fiery khao soi soup, which has quickly become one of the city's most popular items.

Thip Khao is a great little intimate date night restaurant. They offer outdoor and indoor dining. Our table was ready when we arrived for dinner and the service was very pleasant. All of the food was delicious with the exception of the pork and rice which I felt lacked a bit of flavor and the rice was dry and hard.

But other than that 1 dish missing the mark, everything else was fantastic. The Jerry was very tasty and perfect texture. The papaya salad with the Laotian level of spice really pushed it. I handle a lot of spice, so it wasn't too bad for my but my date really had a bit of a shock when she tried it as I also noticed the table next to me sweating from the heat.

But that is to be expected when eating from a place that takes pride in their level of spicy and taste. The drinks were fantastic and the noodles were a great soft taste after having the papaya salad. All in all I'd happily return and explore more of the menu.

The glorious reviews did not lie. We went after a long hike and the food was delightful, full of flavors and textures. I recommend every single dish I tried see pictures. They adjust spiciness upon request, which is great: I asked for a very mildly spicy dish the fermented chili rice , as I like spice but my tolerance is still pretty low, and it was just perfect.

Very attentive staff as well. Flavorful food for a great price, and a wonderful atmosphere. Really loved how kind the staff were, and I really can't describe how well they invited the spices into every dish.

It's good to get a variety of appetizers and mains if you are with a group, and just share amongst all of you. You'd be better off ordering a regular hot tea. The drinks had the hint of the Asian flavor, but something about the ratio was incorrect which listed the quality e. g too much milk, the wrong mix of alcohol, etc.

But decent overall! Thrilled to find this lovely spot. Would try a different main next time. Definitely nice to have vegetarian and vegan options on the menu. The dessert one option was heavenly - a sweet rice base with a mango-coconut porridge, not too sugary but an excellent way to round out the meal.

Reservations are a good idea, though 2 people might be able to squeeze in depending on the night. The food was amazing! The sour pork belly one was amazing the dessert was really good. The food is very affordable we all just bought a dish and shared it to try everything.

Came with high expectations and were more or less content with the experience. The lump crab and mushroom noodle dish was so close to being perfect, but it was unnecessarily salty. Detracted from the otherwise subtle flavors and lovely presentation.

The chicken skewers were very good, but once again the dipping sauce was saltier than needed. And I like salt. Prices are fairly high but not unreasonable. Good outdoor and indoor seating options.

Will be back for sure. This is the best asian food I have ever had. I found this place to be recommended everywhere on reddit and decided to give it a try. We got the peanut salad, prawn glass noodles and grilled chicken hearts.

The chicken hearts were an out of the world experience. It reminded me of my childhood. The peanut salad was lip smacking delicious. The noodles were tossed in a sweet sour sauce and tasted perfect. We will be back to try the other items.

Definitely one of my favourite places in DC! A must go spot for vegetarians as everything was so so flavourful. We went there on a Thursday and it got busier towards the end of the night so I would suggest reserving before you go.

We had the popular Naem Khao highly deserving of all the hype it gets , the two tofu dishes on the menu both which were amazing! I loved the dill tofu wrapped inside banana leaves and the pumpkin for dessert!

Just writing this review is making my mouth water. Incredible food and service. The staff are quite kind and the ambience is lovely. The food is priced reasonably given their large portions. Highly recommend checking out their desserts! Would come again. Just absolutely delicious.

Got the only red wine on the menu and it was such a wonderful pairing with both our meals. A fruity, slightly dry wine to match the heavy, hearty food.

Have come back many times and will continue. I think my only comment would be on the noise level when it gets really busy but that seems normal these days. Fried yellow noodle was our favorite - flavorful and was different than typical dishes we could find at SE Asian restaurants.

So delicious. The food was great. We went for early dinner with reservation. Parking was a hassle so get there early. We had three mains for two people. Was too much but definitely worth the trip. Would highly recommend.

Had fried rice, curry noodle and crispy catfish. Eritrean restaurant. Ethiopian restaurant. The food is hearty and includes many pasta-based dishes.

The restaurant has a loyal following of both locals and expats who come for lunch and dinner. This is my second time eating Ethiopian food and it was a true delight. I was feeling under the weather and needed a wholesome nutritious meal and decided to get their Special Shiro.

It was creamy, flavorful, scrumptious. I was also pleasantly surprised when I found out my order came with an extra of Enjera bread filled with their lentil sauce and spinach.

Thank you for a wonderful culinary experience! The food is not something I would crave often but I'm happy that I tried it. I found it flavorful and very filling.

The injera is addicting and the lentils were my favorite. The food is affordable with generous portions. The restaurant is small with limited seating and busy. I would definitely return to try more menu options. I heard their breakfasts are amazing. Delicious food, amazing atmosphere and excellent service as well.

It deserves 5 stars ladies and gentlemen. Thank you. Everyone who works here is so sweet and it felt super homey. I loved the food I ordered and would be great to share with a few people. Went here for lunch on a week day and the service was fast. Will definitely be back for dinner with some friends!

After hearing raving reviews from our friends, we finally tried this place….. which quickly became our favorite Ethiopian place in the city. The meal was fabulous and Uber filling. We got there right at the right time because it became packed on a Friday evening!

A cute family style Eritrean restaurant near Dupont Circle in Washington DC. Friendly staff and tasty dishes! The dishes and stews were flavorful and fresh. They also offer American style breakfast, but I encourage you to get out of your comfort zone and try a new dish here.

Vegetarian friendly. Plenty of options for meat lovers, vegetarians, and vegans alike. Amazing Eritrean food! It was my first time trying Eritrean cuisine and this restaurant definitely exceeded all expectations. The staff were very friendly! Keren is located in a high-energy neighborhood full of mom-and-pop shops.

They operate a very modest space with great food and warm smiles. The food was good. The beef could have been a bit more tender.

The injera was great. Soft and tangy. There is 1 lady taking care of the front of house. She did her best but service was kind of slow. But the taste was amazing,!!!! We had a fantastic experience here! Amazing food and such good prices.

We ordered the Keren special 4 with chicken and thought it was delicious! The wait staff were super kind and helpful, especially helping us decide what to order. I would highly recommend! The combo platter was plenty of food for 2 people with lots of leftovers.

We came at 7 on a Saturday party of 2 and had to wait about 15 minutes before being sat, which is totally worth it! What a wonderful surprise on our trip to dc. We were looking for something different and came across Keren restaurant.

The food was so good and so different than anything we had before, and the staff was really friendly and welcoming. It was definitely worth the wait and would recommend this for anyone looking for something different but still accessible.

Slide 1 of 2. Vegan restaurant. Kosher restaurant. Vegetarian restaurant. Soups, salads, and snacks - all veganized with Middle Eastern flavors - are served at this popular Israeli eatery.

Lot's of delicious and healthy Mediterranean vegan inspired food. I got the Za'atar Cauliflower bowl with extra spicy sauce. They have both indoor and outdoor seating if you want to dine-in.

Overall, I was extremely satisfied and will be visiting this establishment again. The falafel itself, not sure I've ever tasted the difference of flavor in the falafel itself, BUT the whole thing put together with the ingredients on it, way better than almost ever place I've had it.

I really liked falafel, but I think it's been taken to another level here. But, don't trust me, please, go taste it for yourself. And if you're not vegan or vegetarian, it really is worth going to this vegan restaurant. Wish I could try the burger, but I won't eat mushrooms.

Sorry Carla. Looking forward to going back before I leave town. And thanks to the restaurant for responding. So I really wanted to give this a 4.

The food was good, don't get me wrong. I had the sausage pita. With the harrisa it was super spicy and the added veggies gave it a good amount of texture and crunch.

The sausage itself, was fine, but tasted like any of the veggie sausages that you can get at a store. I was hoping for a little more.

Other than that, I really like the place. The decor is fun and interesting, and there's a cozy seating area with long tables that fit people. And yes, by cozy I mean small BUT this is Israeli street food, so you should take it to go anyway! I do really like it and I'm looking forward to trying the falafel, and some of the other tasty sounding dishes.

And I would order the sausage again, just wasn't as great as I had hoped for. I hear the burger is great. There's a video on their website of this woman raving about it.

Check it out, it's what helped make up my mind about going there. Thanks Carla. And the reason for the half point deduction There was no bathroom. Didn't hear if it was out of service or if they just didn't have one.

Will update, post falafel visit. I'm not a big fan of veggie burgers but my wife really enjoyed her meal. My burger had lots of veggies on it and was in a fresh pita.

If you're into veggies you'll love this place and it's kosher too. Restaurant layout was unique. There were both indoor and outdoor seating options.

Foods was delicious. Restaurant was clean. Bathroom was clean. Service and staffs were spot on. First time here, had a positive experience. Delicious flavorful Israeli street food Restaurant.

You order and pay for your food at the kiosk. The employees work as a team and they're so friendly. I got the pita veggie burger and it was surely filling and delicious. It doesn't come with a side you'd have to order that separately along with a drink. You feel much better after than if you were eating a greasy burger.

Great Vegan option. The shouk burger is definitely worth coming back for. It was so great, and the prices are pretty reasonable here. I would love to someday see Shouk come to the West Coast. I didn't realize when you pay extra for a sauce on the burger, that it isn't actually added onto the burger, so I accidentally ate it without the sauce, thinking that the little container was a sauce for the fries.

It's still really good, though! The spice fries "tossed in super secret shouk spice" didn't taste any different than other seasoned fries, so in the future, I'm going to stick with hummus or lentil soup as the side dishes.

The featured photos of their fries on Google Maps are outdated. The fries no longer look like that. The malabi coconut milk pudding was wonderful, and the mint went very well with the raspberry.

I found the 6oz portion to be small, though. Too many great options but I settled on the Shouk Burger.

The burger is meaty and has great flavor. Pickled veg adds a satisfying crunch. Pita is like a soft pillow. Hummus was so creamy it made me wanna cry.

The cookie was the most average part of the meal and even so had a memorable cardamom flavor. Highly recommend. Nice seating and indoor space. The cauliflower pita was average - could have been a bit more flavorful and spicy. The menu looked good so will likely come back to try another one.

All I'll say is zaatar Cauliflower was the best cauliflower I've ever had anywhere in my life! Love that they have all these vegan options and taste super great. Their ambiance is also super cool 😎. Food was delicious, falafel was crunchy on the exterior and inside was moist with a punch of flavor.

Lacks customer service and ambiance. There is no music playing or anything much to it. In town visiting and found this gem. Walked in to take take-out.

Love the vibe and friendly staff. You order on a iPad screen on the wall. The menu has a great selection. Price and portion was great! Came back the next day to have lunch before heading out of town again.

Worth it! Parking if your lucky to find it. Barbecue restaurant. Dcity Smokehouse is a barbecue restaurant in the heart of downtown Washington, D.

Pitmaster Shawn McWhirter takes great pride in crafting epic sandwiches using wood-smoked variation of American specialty. From smoked meats to wings, everything on the menu is fantastic!

Went for a quick bite and loved it! Drinks are Fire 🔥BBQ is so tasty…we had brisket,ribs and wings and all were absolutely delicious! But MOST importantly the DRINKS! They were super tasty and will for sure be returning to enjoy more of the wide selection of drinks… true neighbor gem 💎!!!

Great tasting food. The ribs very tender and the wings have a sweet and smokey taste. I highly recommend this place to those that love good BBQ. Every time my husband and I come from Ohio we stop here for a meal. Food is excellent but here is the kicker. Back to the food We had brisket, smoked wings , and ribs with brisket chili , greens a little sweet and baked beans And I had a large daiquiri not a lot of tequila but ok Overall excellent as usual And the BEST play list playing in the background.

Great Restaurant!! This is a BBQ place with food that was super good. You order at the counter and sit to wait for you food to be brought to you. They have a full service bar as well.

They have a heated tent to add to more indoor settings when cold it looked like it would open up for nicer weather.

The staff were professional and friendly!! Overall great!! Dropped by for their amazing food on my weeklong sightseeing trip to DC. Came by on a weeknight and the place was quite busy. My teenage son had a sandwich.

He loved it. I had brisket and pork belly - both were delicious. Had potato salad and coleslaw for sides - both were good. Staff was friendly and helpful.

Music was loud inside and the place had a very energetic vibe. There are covered outdoor picnic tables for dining as well. This place is definitely worth a visit. I was in Town for a short while and wanted some BBQ this place did NOT disappoint Smoke wings, were tender on the inside, had a crispy seasoned outside that kept you wanting more..

Brisket: perfectly cut and juicy, with semi charred outside to complete the whole meat-gasm that enjoyed afterwards Vibe: the music here speaks fun, and the service is quick Don't think just do GREAT BBQ. They just opened the location in Anacostia and this is my second time there the first time I got the pit wings, Mac and Jack Cheese and the brisket sandwich.

The Mac was good and the brisket sandwich also really good. The wings is why I gave it a 4 star I would give them a 4. The wings are good I just think they were a little hard. I notice they pit cook them then fry them if they would pull them just a little early from the fryer 5 stars is what I would give them.

The second time I got the Brisket chili and fries and my god its awesome. Also the customer service is excellent. Will be back again. Delicious brisket and daiquiris!

Nice flavors there. Potato salad was hearty. The star of the show was the brisket … and the bbq sauce! The sauce is boss! Very friendly and helpful staff.

Great location on corner in the heart of it all. Best food we have had on our trip to DC might be some of the best BBQ I have had. Been to Carolina, to Kansas City, to Santa Maria CA the smoked rib tips were to die for. Kids had the pulled pork sandwiches super yum.

I recommend the fried Brussels sprouts, the grits, and the Mac n Jack cheese. Well worth the drive to this lovely local neighborhood gem! Tried this local bbq place for date night and it was amazing. The brisket was very juicy and tender. The pulled pork was delicious. The fried Brussel sprouts with their signature sauce is very tasteful.

The fried onions were amazing with whatever spices they coated them with. Everything was just delicious and worth the money! The staff was nice and helpful. This place is also really clean and lively. Was disappointed today bought 2 brisket sandwiches an 3 fries greens and brisket and rib tips brisket, and rib was very hard dry some rubbery like it was old food I buy here often love the brisket but it always fresh an tender.

Never experienced this.. and I was never told there was 2 different briskets on the sighs I ask for briskets and always was perfect until I went this pacific day this was a waste of my money..

this meat was not fresh old hard rubbery and dry …. We visited this place for some spare ribs and chicken wings and we totally fell in love with the food and the atmosphere. Really really great food!

This is my favorite spot to go to on a Friday, Saturday night with the girls. My oldest daughter and I come here anytime she comes home on her college break This is our designated spot to have a great time.

If you haven't been, it is a must.. Great place for watching sports and grabbing a bite to eat. The service și fast and the food is good.

The portions are really big. It's also good that it closes at 11pm for any evening snackers. Mexican restaurant. Latin American restaurant. If you're in the mood for some classic Mexican fare, The Well Dressed Burrito is the place to go.

It's located down a side alley off 19th Street NW, and it serves four burritos that won't break the bank. All of the ingredients are fresh and delicious, and the restaurant has a colorful decor that will make you feel right at home.

It was after walking 10km in the city with our three teens that we stopped at The Well Dressed Burrito. It had a good score on Google and we wanted something quick. We were impressed with this little place. The food was good and warm, the employee super patient with us french Canadians and the place was clean.

We had a different meals and everyone was happy with their food. I definitely recommend this place but be aware, seated places are very limited, 10 at most. Since , locals will tell you to go to a Dupont Circle alley to find a good burrito.

After going for lunch on a Wednesday, here's my experience: 1 Food: Posted at the entryway in the alley is a long menu of different kinds of burritos, open-face burritos, tacos and other items. Open every day of the week for lunch and dinner, there's always a daily special, making it a more affordable lunch in an expensive neighborhood.

I ordered the grilled shrimp taco with mild salsa and all the fillings- lettuce, tomatoes, grilled onions and peppers, etc. It was good, but I wish I had requested rice to fill in the burrito more.

With a line, I only had to wait for minutes and ordering was easy! Matthews Cathedral. Inside is small, but they make good use of the space. There's a clear area to order and a small dining area that doubles as a waiting area.

There's a bookshelf filled with old cookbooks and other items, local art on the walls and a mural by Bryan King of dancing penguins by the Dupont Circle fountain. Public art, museums and art galleries, there's a lot to do. If you love a good deli, wander a block to Bub and Pop's.

I recently visited Well Dressed Burrito with high hopes, but left with mixed feelings. On a positive note, the shrimp taco salad was quite good — fresh, flavorful, and well-prepared. The first half was overwhelmingly filled with lettuce, lacking balance in ingredients.

The last quarter was even more disappointing, with dry, stale, and bland chicken that was tough to chew. This experience left me really disappointed, especially after the promising start with the shrimp taco salad. At the end of your meal or visit, true happiness will show.

Excellent burritos. I had El Gourdo and my wife had a regular with platter. This is one of the best burritos I have ever had. The meat was tender, the filling was plentiful, the price was fair and the service was friendly.

I am now sitting here with a little Mexican food baby. My wife didn't think I could finish the big one, but I destroyed it.

Thanks for a great dinner guys. Located in an alley. No frills dining. There is counter seating and a couple tables that seat two.

Most people seem to take food to go. We ate at the restaurant. Food was good! A steady stream of people in and out. Large portions and delicious food! Seating is limited self service restaurant, very clean. Unfortunately there no margaritas or alcoholic drinks.

So look this spot is in the CUT!! This place is a straight up gem, AND, the entrees qualify for BIG SCHLIMS LITE POCKET MEALS!! Where I am: welldressedburrito. Location Reviewed: 19th St. Washington D. Reviewed: All meals came with rice, black beans, and a salad.

Huge, savory, spicy hot, on a crisp flour tortilla!! Absolutely DELICIOUS!! STAMP STAMP!! What a magnificent meal!! Get this!! Customer Service: Superb. Online Navigation: EASY. Parking: Metered Street Parking. Sooo good and great prices!! We tried the daily special burrito and it was delicious- plenty of meat, rice and veggies.

Some indoor seating and outdoor seating was bonus. How have I only recently learned about this place?? Will definitely be going back! We ordered our food online and scheduled delivery.

It was delivered ON TIME! The food was amazing 🤩 everything was fresh and prepared well. The sauces were on point. My favorite was the birria tacos. What an incredible little gem near DuPont Circle and Farragut North!

This restaurant is quaint and unassuming, but the food was just spectacular. The customer service was great too. Everything was fresh and cooked perfectly — I got steak, and the meat quality was excellent. Moreover, the prices were unbelievable for DC!

Slide 1 of 5. Mentioned on 2 lists. Family restaurant. Fast food restaurant. Show 2 more. The family-owned Ben's Chili Bowl is an iconic DC institution that has been serving up spicy hot dogs, chili cheese fries and milkshakes for over fifty years. It is a cultural landmark that attracts locals and celebrities alike, with a rich history dating back to the s.

The menu features regional hotdogs from around the US, as well as unique variations on the classic New York dirty water dog. A classic lunch counter in the heart of DC! Fast, friendly service. Counter order and then seat yourself. I recommend skipping it because it's not quite worth it.

Spend the money on a milkshake instead! The walls are filled with pictures famous people who have eaten there. This place is great! Definitely check it out. Great historical place to visit.

It is way too expensive for hot dogs, so be careful if you take the hole family. It was a solo trip for me, so it was not that bad of a hit. It's a snack bar, but with sit down restaurant prices.

Everything tasted great, good portions. Good size hot dogs, nice chili cheese fries. The banna pudding was amazing!!! The location is beautiful, clean, bright, and the smell of the food in the air is wonderful.

Service was very slow. Everyone was working hard, but food still was coming out slow. Line moved very slow, but worth the wait. It was a pleasurable experience. The service was fantastic. Food was awesome.

I actually wished I got seconds. My friend, first time visitors, who had her son too, said the food was outstanding! We even got the opportunity to meet and take pictures with owner, Mrs. Since I come from the city with the best hotdogs, I was skeptical at first.

This place didn't disappoint and is AWESOME. I had a chili dog, cheese fries, and a bowl of chili. It was super delicious. The order taker got our order wrong twice, but it was busy and they quickly corrected it.

The place is very historic, food is great, staff is friendly, and the atmosphere is fun! Next time I'm in DC, I will return! Or trip to Ben's couldn't have been better. No line, we snagged a great table and the food was delicious! Snappy, flavorful dogs. We, of course, order the half smoke all the way, as is right.

Every bite was a pleasure. The staff was energetic and the atmosphere was great. A well loved business that takes pride in its product and reputation. Go now.

A must try when coming to DC! I loved eating here.. everyone wears masks and are nice and friendly..

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Lower-priced cuisine specials - Washington, DC is home to fast-casual eateries, affordable restaurants and much more. Check out some of our favorite cheap and budget-friendly places to eat Find everything from tacos and burgers to pâté-filled sandwiches for a fraction of what is costs to eat elsewhere 22 Best Cheap Eats in Washington, D.C. · Penne alla Vodka Slice at Wise Guy Pizza · Tikka Chance on Me at Rasa · Chopped Pork Sandwich at Sloppy Mama's BBQ 17 Classic DC-Area Restaurants Serving Up Cheap and Delicious Dishes ; Bob's Shanghai 66 · N. Washington St., Rockville · Dumplings at Bob's

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Despite its hidden placement behind a nondescript metal door in an alleyway, the decades-old Well Dressed Burrito does a ton of business. A post shared by Well Dressed Burrito welldressedburrito.

Happy hour runs from 3 p. A second location is adjacent to American University. When nothing but a big, two-handed slice of New York-style pizza will do, consider this local pizzeria.

A post shared by Brielle Story brielle. story on Mar 7, at am PST. Customers and passersby often stop to look at the noodles and dumplings being made by hand at this long-standing Chinatown spot.

The steamed buns, dumplings, and fresh noodle soups are the move here. What Pho75 may lack in atmosphere and service it more than makes up for in generous bowls of steaming rice noodle soup, with flavorful broth and fresh toppings. The takeout restaurant also offers West African staples like Ghanaian peanut soup and goat stew.

A post shared by OpenCrumbDC opencrumbdc. The traditional Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches at this cherished Falls Church eatery are equal parts affordable and fantastic.

The deal is sweetened at happy hour. Happy runs Monday to Friday from 3 p. Cookie banner We use cookies and other tracking technologies to improve your browsing experience on our site, show personalized content and targeted ads, analyze site traffic, and understand where our audiences come from.

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Pocket Flipboard Email. View as Map. Related: Secret Menu Items at Your Favorite Family Restaurants. Probably America's favorite Italian chain , Olive Garden has been dishing up pastas, salads, and those famous breadsticks for decades. Tex-Mex is king at this casual sit-down chain with a chili pepper in its logo.

Chips and salsa, queso dip, and barbecue ribs are favorite menu items. Dairy Queen isn't just for soft serve and Blizzards, especially in rural areas where there's a DQ in practically every town. Found mostly in the western United States, Del Taco is another reliable bet for cheap, fast Mexican eats.

Almost everyone has celebrated a special event at Red Lobster, a seafood chain that's as good for families as it is for date night. Which one of these two names you'll see on the sign depends on which part of the country you're in, but whether it's known as Hardee's or Carl's Jr.

BJ's gets its Brewhouse moniker from the microbreweries at some locations, but every location of this casual sit-down chain has a menu of pizza and homestyle favorites.

Found mainly in the Southwest, El Pollo Loco is the place to indulge in Mexican favorites based around savory grilled chicken, including grilled chicken breasts.

Dating all the way back to , Bob Evans serves up hearty comfort food in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic in a country living-themed atmosphere. Cooking up sliders since , White Castle is often credited as the first fast-food burger chain. Now it can be found in 13 states, mostly in the Midwest.

Named after the football huddle, Huddle House is a hour family restaurant that was founded in the s and is concentrated in the Southeast. Spaghetti, lasagna, and garlic breadsticks are crowd-pleasers, so it's no surprise this Italian restaurant chain is a hit with families.

Best known for its outlandish slogans, commercials, and having "all the meat," Arby's satisfies its customers with roast beef, curly fries, and fresh deli sandwiches. Biscuit and fried chicken lovers adore this Southern fast-food chain that serves breakfast all day.

You can add a swipe of creamy pimento cheese to any biscuit — and you should. Looking for a healthier breakfast option? Check out these healthy fast-food breakfast items.

With about locations, mostly in the Southern states, Zaxby's has carved a niche out of the fried chicken market, selling only tenders sometimes in sandwiches and wings.

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