The most accessible in chef Michel Richard's local restaurant empire, Central offers the French chef's spin of classic American comfort food. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Poste's patio is one of the prettiest places for outdoor dining in DC — and its garden even provides for a lot of the dishes on this highly sustainable and locally sourced menu. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Dressed-up comfort food. The gastropub connects to its sister restaurant, the upscale Tallula, but places its emphasis on a comfortable environment and classic dishes. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
At this beer-themed restaurant, Tiffany MacIssac's menu of sweet treats reads like the 7-Eleven snack aisle of our dreams—"Hostess" cupcake, oatmeal cream pie. Must order: cashew "Snickers" bar. Read more.
Very few places sell Georgia’s SweetWater Brewing Co.'s 420 Extra Pale Ale or IPA, on a count of there expiration dates, but head on over to the Black Squirrel if you want to give it a taste. Read more.
The chef loves tomoatoes so he’s using them in his 20 Bites tasting menu. Which will feature tomatoes in 20 different small plates, including a gazpacho & a tomato tartar. Read more.
The British gastropub offers muffins & biscuits slathered with marmalade, Devonshire cream, & all those other rich English spreads. Try their Pimm’s No. 1. Read more.
go for happy hour. 3pm-7pm weekdays. 33 ounce steins for $7.30. all draughts are pretty decent beers. get a 60 or 90 minute dogfish head IPA for the best value. $6 steakhouse burgers w/fries. Read more.
Doesn't get the love it should in the D.C. area. Excellent burgers with a whole lotta unique options. The Butcher's Choice is a winner-- also check out their Chorizo and Bison burgers too. Read more.