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DGS Delicatessen

DGS Delicatessen

(Now Closed)
Jewish Restaurant, Eastern European Restaurant, and Deli / Bodega$$$$
Connecticut Avenue - K Street, Washington
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  • The experts at Eater and Washington Post recommend this place
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  • Rudi R.
    Rudi RietAugust 27, 2016
    Been here 5+ times
    Tasty Jewish and Jewish-influenced cuisine. Latkes are consistently good, as are the brussels sprouts (in season). House-made sodas = yum!
  • David K.
    David KirschJuly 25, 2016
    Not many places serve whitefish salad on a bullfrog bagel. Unfortunately soup was too salty and served warm rather than hot.
  • Austin
    AustinJuly 4, 2016
    More Barney Greengrass in LA (RIP) than anything in NY. DGS is well worth the visit. A sandwich at Katz is ~$25, just a reference point. The quality of food and unique deli vibe sets DGS apart.
  • IS K.
    IS KLEMay 8, 2016
    Reuben sandwiches. Pickles!!!
  • Matt S.
    Matt SyskaApril 30, 2016
    Potato Latkes and Chicken Schnitzel is amazing. Sandwiches are OK.
  • Chris K.
    Chris KonecnyFebruary 3, 2016
    Had a couple pickled snacks. Would like to come back for a full meal
  • Eric A.
    Eric AndersenDecember 15, 2015
    Get the BBQ ribs — falling off the bone good!
  • Ben R.
    Ben RDecember 14, 2015
    Smorgadbords and latkes
  • Dara F.
    Dara FisherOctober 23, 2015
    A new spin on Jewish classics--what's not to love??
  • Nicole S.
    Nicole StahleckerSeptember 11, 2015
    Falafel is gluten free. Always a good soup! Pastrami is the best
  • C S.
    C SSeptember 1, 2015
    Pastrami is on point. 👍
  • Tali A.
    Tali AvniJune 17, 2015
    The sandwiches and latkes are great but the service is consistently awful. Still love it.
  • Jordan-Marie S.
    Jordan-Marie SmithJune 15, 2015
    Beautiful inside and excellent brunch deal
  • David C.
    David CMarch 16, 2015
    Great brunch. Bottomless bloody marys and mimosas were also nice as was the bagel and lox.
  • David C.
    David CMarch 16, 2015
    Great brunch. Bottomless bloody marys and mimosas were also nice
  • Dennis O.
    Dennis O'ReillyFebruary 23, 2015
    French toast was the people's favorite it seemed. The Pastrami hash was mine. Grab the pickles and the I love you a latkes. It'll keep you honest. Place is the best.
  • John B.
    John BJanuary 23, 2015
    The brisket was very tender and juicy.
  • Sayon D.
    Sayon DoréJanuary 14, 2015
    Everything about this restaurant is awesome! The corned beef is my favorite! Everything is so enjoyable!
  • Matt S.
    Matt SilvermanJanuary 9, 2015
    Reuben stole the show.
  • Behrad Eats
    Behrad EatsDecember 31, 2014
    The DGS Hamburger is a solid choice: Creekstone Farms Beef, Smoked Jalapeno Mayo, B&B Pickles on Potato Bun with French Fries. Add some provolone cheese and gribenes and you're set!
  • lucy K.
    lucy KemmitzDecember 21, 2014
    As far as DC goes this is the best spot for matzah ball soup so far. Good broth. Good balls. Good pickles (although you have to pay for them). Fun menu items
  • Star9021
    Star9021December 10, 2014
    The hand-cut Pastrami sandwich. The chicken liver is to die for.
  • Stephen
    StephenNovember 30, 2014
    Can't go wrong with the Reuben
  • Sandra R.
    Sandra RubinchikNovember 2, 2014
    Don't tell my grandma, but the potato latkes at DGS kick her potato latkes' butt.
  • Tuba V.
    Tuba VarolAugust 25, 2014
    Falafel is so good.
  • AFAR Media
    AFAR MediaAugust 4, 2014
    Needing a bowl of matzoh ball soup? Check. Or a juicy Rueben sandwich? Check. Or maybe some potato latkes? Check. For me, it’s often the Whitefish Salad sandwich served on a bagel. Read more
  • Robb F.
    Robb FitzsimmonsJuly 26, 2014
    Washingtonian recommends the falafel.
  • Kourtney Y.
    Kourtney YoungMay 23, 2014
    Not impressed at all. Food is so-so and very expensive. $6 for a side of fries with my $14 corned beef sandwich, ridiculous. Do yourself a favor and walk on by.
  • Sarah I.
    Sarah IMay 5, 2014
    Bottomless Bloody Mary's! Need I say more?!
  • Shana J.
    Shana JordanApril 13, 2014
    Wow was this bad. Matzoh ball soup had no flavor at all
  • Eater
    EaterApril 9, 2014
    This refined deli and restaurant puts out standard-bearer versions of Reuben and pastrami sandwiches, and also manages to elevate such dishes as chopped liver. [Eater 38 Member] Read more
  • Melinda C.
    Melinda ColonJanuary 19, 2014
    The matzo ball soup is perfect on a cold day and the latkes are just plain perfect. They are a must have if you dine here.
  • Bitches Who Brunch
    Bitches Who BrunchJanuary 11, 2014
    The Bitches Say: A+. DGS Delicatessen offers high-quality ingredients. Gourmet deli cuisine. Attentive service. A chic ambiance. Just really good. Awarded with the Best Bagel and Lox Award for 2013!
  • Clara S.
    Clara SanchezJanuary 8, 2014
    Matzo ball soup - delicious and perfect for winter, latkes - decent but slightly too soft, service - outstanding
  • liz m.
    liz mJanuary 3, 2014
    Cute space but food was WAY oversalted (both matzoh soup and latkes). The latkes were also way overcooked. The hunt for good Jewish cooking in DC continues!
  • Tarah F.
    Tarah FeinbergDecember 28, 2013
    Really delicious food, almost meeting the standards of the true NYC Jewish deli. Indulge a bit and order the shmutzy fries. The Reuben was great.
  • Amanda K.
    Amanda KloosNovember 18, 2013
    Get the Reuben
  • Bob N.
    Bob NiemicOctober 28, 2013
    Been here 10+ times
    Great eggplant reuben sandwich.
  • Washington Post
    Washington PostOctober 16, 2013
    DGS is no standard-issue deli. For starters, the Dupont Circle outpost comes with a bar. Further, the kitchen is more respectful than reverential regarding tradition.
  • William K.
    William KooperOctober 12, 2013
    Food is the real deal!
  • Paige P.
    Paige PlissnerAugust 29, 2013
    Try the Jameson.
  • Diana M.
    Diana MetzgerAugust 7, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Get the babka bread pudding. It's transcendent. Best dessert ever. #nothyperbole
  • Caitlin B.
    Caitlin ByrnesAugust 5, 2013
    Salmon tartar is amazing!
  • Parham E.
    Parham E.July 17, 2013
    Most underrated spot in DC. The Ruben is out of this world!
  • Samantha L.
    Samantha LachmanJuly 17, 2013
    Matzoh ball soup & latkes not as good as Bubbe used to make. But that's an unfair standard, right?
  • William K.
    William KooperJuly 11, 2013
    Yummy salmon tartar
  • William K.
    William KooperJuly 11, 2013
    Find your way to the bar at the back for happy hour (before 7 pm) and try the very affordable and very delicious treats.
  • Eater
    EaterJuly 10, 2013
    Chef Barry Koslow makes a mean matzoh ball soup, and the restaurant also has festive cocktails and a solid brunch offering. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Magnetic D.
    Magnetic DynamoJune 18, 2013
    Get the cauliflower. It's amaaaazing!
  • Thrillist
    ThrillistJune 12, 2013
    Jewish eats (both inventive and traditional) paired with craft cocktails in what looks like a turn of the century grocery (white subway tiles, barnwood shelving overflowing with jars...). Read more
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