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Florida Girl in DC

florida native. political junkie. live music fan. armchair quarterback. 10 yrs in DC.

 
 
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Get the Butternut Squash Tortellini. That's an order.

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fun bar at any time. love dancing in the basement when they have fun djs!

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having florida in it's name is an added bennie for this delish diner spot filled with history and photos chronicling all of the famous people that have dined there.

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my fave sushi spot. try the hello kitty cocktail and fish & chips roll.

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my fave brunch spot. outdoor and indoor dining. great for pastries to pancakes to omelettes. love the big coffee mugs. [NOTE: can be crowded/waits -be patient or eat at bar.]

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dc doesn't have any good sports bars. this is my fave spot to watch games. good food, decent tvs, and a roof deck.

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i have never seen a bad show here. and have discovered plenty of up and comers.

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one of the most interesting history-ridden spots to chill in dc. feels like you are back in time. [FL NOTE: or at epcot, but its real] great beers, mussels & frites.

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