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Domku Bar & Cafe

Domku Bar & Cafe

(Now Closed)
Scandinavian Restaurant and Eastern European Restaurant$$$$
Petworth, Washington
32 Tips and reviews
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  • Washington Post
    Washington PostAugust 29, 2014
    Check out the restaurant's meat-free Tuesday menu and winter pierogi night, when diners can choose from 10 to 12 handmade sweet (cheese and fruit) and savory (pork and cabbage) dumplings. Read more
  • Bernard M.
    Bernard MMarch 1, 2015
    When you walk into Domku, you will be welcomed by a friendly staff. They are happy to explain the menu items if you do not have knowledge of Eastern European food. The food and drinks are great!
  • Washington Post
    Washington PostAugust 19, 2014
    If you closed your eyes and took a slurp of this cold beet soup, you’d swear it tasted pink. Her take is made with pickled beet juice, roasted beets, buttermilk and sour cream. Read more
  • Doug S.
    Doug StaileyMay 15, 2011
    They recently added Finnish egg cheese (a/k/a Munajuusto) to the breakfast/brunch menu. Very tasty and not something you're likely to find anywhere else in town.
  • Titus B.
    Titus BicknellMay 6, 2010
    wonderful space, decor, art and food; the pâté selection is devine, the cocktails subtle, but generously strong and the Brussels sprouts alone make the journey worth while
  • Timmy P.
    Timmy PilotteJune 22, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Of you're in a hurry you may want to try somewhere else. Never quicker than a half hour for food. Also spotty as to where it will be good or not. Usually better than not though. Worth a trip once
  • David
    DavidDecember 29, 2009
    The first SAT of the month is Karoake night, and they usually have reverse happy hour (ie: drinks get cheaper the later you are there). Be sure to try the house-infused Aquavit shots.
  • Kevin A.
    Kevin ArtsDecember 21, 2014
    Spicy grilled cheese was really tasty and satisfying. Great service, if painfully slow.
  • Kass
    KassJuly 11, 2015
    Their Norwegian pancakes for brunch were amazing. Any time I see kielbasa at a restaurant I know I'm home
  • Kathi B.
    Kathi BerlandJuly 17, 2011
    They *really* mean it when they say no substitutions. Wouldn't even make my spicy sandwich a touch less spicy. But the food and service were both great, hotness notwithstanding.
  • Duane T.
    Duane TaylorMay 27, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    Great brunch on weekends, try the crepes and pancake balls.
  • Mark K.
    Mark KrawczykDecember 8, 2012
    I highly recommend the Uncle Gustav cocktail. It's like a high-protein alcoholic chair tea.
  • Meaghan
    MeaghanJanuary 10, 2010
    Been here 10+ times
    First great brunch experience in dc! Loved the norwegian pancake w/ lavender syrup, and it's a great sunny space for a lazy Sunday morning.
  • sam s.
    sam sanchezSeptember 5, 2010
    Split some waffles, omlette and eggs Benedict if you can't decide what to get!
  • Duane T.
    Duane TaylorOctober 24, 2013
    Been here 10+ times
    Love the Æbleskiver for breakfast/brunch.
  • T F.
    T FungJune 19, 2010
    The pickled beet/carrot salad and gypsy kielbasa sandwich are both really good. pierogies were nothing special - it was mostly potato. you could barely taste the bacon/onion. Cute place. Slow service.
  • Michael F.
    Michael FryeJune 30, 2014
    Spiciest bloody in DC
  • Houston R.
    Houston RuckApril 3, 2010
    Been here 10+ times
    The bloody Mary is made with chili infused aquavit and is deliciously spicy.
  • Nikki L.
    Nikki LewisMarch 15, 2012
    Service is really slow. The staff are clearly inexperience part time folks. Been here an hour and a half and still haven't been served a single order of perogies
  • Jason C.
    Jason CMarch 4, 2014
    Lunch menu is a bummer.
  • Eboni W.
    Eboni WashingtonJanuary 22, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Get the grits bake. It's amazing!
  • Shireen M.
    Shireen MitchellMay 2, 2010
    the beet cake is the best. You be pleasantly surprised.
  • Jim G.
    Jim GregorySeptember 8, 2010
    Been here 25+ times
    Great food and great spirits! Ask them to make a special drink for you.
  • Erik M.
    Erik MoeOctober 10, 2009
    Been here 5+ times
    the Bloody Domku at brunch is very spicy. And highly recommended.
  • SweetBread J.
    SweetBread Jim'sApril 28, 2012
    Great date spot.
  • malissa d.
    malissa durhamFebruary 18, 2010
    Tasty food but crazy slow service. Seems to take at least an hour no matter what you order, from a full meal to a soup or coffee.
  • Tom M.
    Tom MacWrightAugust 3, 2014
    Fun theme restaurant
  • Eboni W.
    Eboni WashingtonMarch 25, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Great food. Horrible service.
  • Andrew W.
    Andrew WisemanMarch 13, 2011
    You can eat food here.
  • amandarants
    amandarantsDecember 4, 2011
    Glögg! Glögg! Glögg!
  • Toomas O.
    Toomas OravAugust 25, 2010
    To satisfy that itch for Slavic-Scandinavian cuisine.
  • Emily K.
    Emily KaiserJuly 26, 2009
    Go to Domku. Order the Fresh Abelskiver for brunch - served weekends only.
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