Real Spice EateryCaribbean • Washington, United States
The onion rings here are unusually doughy--more like sweet and sour chicken than tempura, if that makes sense. I like 'em but they're an acquired taste among my friends.
Delicious burgers, but skip the guac - it's more a thin avocado paste than a proper guacamole.
Try the blueberry pancake beer. Yeah, yeah, fruit beers, get over it!
If an elderly lady with a granny cart approaches you, or you see her taking down license plate numbers, she's harmless but annoying--it's part of her grand scheme to take down the Brookland Cafe.
Tasty vegetarian mock meats in the tofu area--speaking as a carnivore-tarian, they're alarmingly convincing!
They have some $5 teriyaki specials on the wall (not in the printed menu) that are pretty great.
In the spring, most Thursday nights are student thesis openings, open to the public sans payment. Great art, free wine, 6-8PM.
Check out the upstairs space, particularly when it's nice out. Those windows do open.
The Mexican Martinis are just a margarita with olives in it. They're fine, but go for a pecan porter instead.