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Restaurant suggestions

Ideas for downtown DC dining

  • lanmar
  • Updated 07/31/2013
  • 11 Items

Close to Spy Museum. Typical brewpub type atmosphere.


One of best Indian places in DC, located in downtown. THumbs up.


The place where all the A-list folks go, according to the sightings mentioned in the Wash Post. Also in G'town, very high end.


One of the best Indian restaurants in DC, located in Georgetown.


Quintessential DC establishment - old style grill, martini and steak atmosphere, burgers and oysters good, across street from Treasury Dept.


This place is a bit pricey, but if you want to get the sense you've come to the South, this is the southern cuisine for you, grits and all.


Haven't been to this one but Dupont Circle area and may also be an interesting call.


If you're up on Wisconsin Ave near the Cathedral, a good American food place. Saw Ted Kennedy pretty drunk here once.


Typially ridiculous lines due to interest in their having a cable reality show about them, so just letting you know they're there!


Good non-chain boutique-y pizza.

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