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5 restaurants near the Newseum

For Deb and friends.


410 Seventh St. NW. 202-556-2050. Lunch and dinner. A casual place for Texas-style barbecue, served cafeteria-style in a Texas-sized hall. Tom Sietsema marks the decibel level here as deafening.


801 Pennsylvania Ave. NW. 202-524-4500. Breakfast and lunch. The famous Parisian bakery has only a few locations in the U.S., and one is near the Newseum. Go here to feel like you’re in Paris and hang with the expats. Salads, sandwiches and quiches.


401 Seventh St. NW. 202-628-1005. Lunch and dinner. A party atmosphere and good Mexican food from Jose Andres. Good for groups.


575 Pennsylvania Ave. NW. 202-637-6100. Lunch and dinner. Right in the Newseum, so VERY convenient! It offers Asian-inspired plates in the cool, airy (and loud) upstairs dining room or pizzas and more casual bites downstairs. The downstairs bar is good for groups.


601 Pennsylvania Ave. NW. 202-628-2888. Lunch and dinner Tom Sietsema called it one of the five hottest restaurants in town right now. An affordable luxury, Fabio Trabocchi's Penn quarter restaurant celebrates modern Italian cuisine.

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