As a college student who sometimes neglects their nutritional needs, the freekeh tabbouleh provided an ardent freshness that my taste buds certainly leapt for.
Little Coco’s food is a refreshing modern change of pace from what the abundance of classic Italian joints around D.C. have to offer.
As someone who was born and raised in the South, I’ve had my fair share of chicken sandwiches, but this one might just be the best.
With late weekend hours and friendly staff, Barcelona makes for the ideal lively dinner spot to have a good time with friends.
Make your way to Adams Morgan to fall in love with sPACYcLOUd, a restaurant enhanced with funky decor, a friendly atmosphere and Russian vegan cuisine.
For freshly prepared sushi served in a trendy setting, make the journey to NoMa to grab a bite at O-Ku, a restaurant specializing in Japanese cuisine.
The next time you’re in Navy Yard, visit ABC Pony for some specialty drinks and fresh takes on classic dishes in a vintage-meets-modern setting.
For imaginative, hand-crafted vegan and kosher sandwiches, salads and shakes, head over to Bubbie’s Plant Burgers and Fizz in Dupont Circle.
The next time you’re in Dupont, stop by Astoria for some tasty food, novel drinks and a spirited D.C. nightlife experience.
For fall-appropriate sweet treats that support veterans and their families, check out Dog Tag Bakery in Georgetown.