The Very Best Local Restaurants in Washington DC

Don’t they say that the surest path to discovering a place’s culture runs through the stomach? Our Washington DC locals feel the same and they’re eager to share their favorite spots for breakfast, lunch, dinner, casual spots, fine dining, traditional kitchen, ethnic cuisine and everything in between — all without breaking the bank. When it comes to the best food in town, you’re in safe, expert hands with these restaurants.

A Baked Joint – So much more than a coffee shop

A Baked Joint – So much more than a coffee shop

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“A Baked Joint” in Washington DC became my new fave cafe/restaurant spot the moment I first stepped my foot into it. They make great coffee & sandwiches…

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Acadiana – I Ate Franklin the Turtle

Acadiana – I Ate Franklin the Turtle

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“Acadiana” is a Washington DC Creole/southern food restaurant with a romantic ambience. Their turtle soup really surprised me with how delicious it was…

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Alba Osteria – Two words: bottomless brunch

Alba Osteria – Two words: bottomless brunch

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“Alba Osteria” is my favorite spot for brunch in Washington DC; an Italian/American fusion restaurant, it makes sure you never leave hungry – or sober…

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American Ice Company – Beer & barbeque

American Ice Company – Beer & barbeque

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“American Ice Company” is a relaxed retaurant near U Street with tasty, Texas-style barbecue. It’s the kind of place people buy you drinks for no reason!

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ANXO Cidery & Pintxos – Ciders & small plates

ANXO Cidery & Pintxos – Ciders & small plates

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“ANXO Cidery & Pintxos” in Washington DC is a Basque cidery that does cider flights. I recommend their sagardoa and going there when the weather’s nice!

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