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DC Review


Supra is DC’s first Georgian restaurant, and serves things like khachapuri (a traditional cheese-filled bread), kebabs, and plenty of native wines.

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DC Review


Mayahuel is a Mexican restaurant in Woodley Park that’s ideal for big groups, with pitchers of margaritas and plenty of sharable dishes.

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DC Review


Rasa is a fast-casual Indian spot next to Nats Park that’ll make you reevaluate your go-to stadium meal.

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DC Review

Chicken + Whiskey

Chicken + Whiskey’s name says it all: it’s a casual Peruvian chicken spot in the front, and a vinyl bar with 100 varieties of whiskey in the back.

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DC Review

Lucky Buns

Lucky Buns in Adams Morgan is a versatile, open-late burger spot with unique toppings that’s perfect for when Jumbo Slice just won’t cut it.

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DC Review

Unconventional Diner

Unconventional Diner is the perfect remedy for indecisive friends, with breakfast, brunch, and dinner options ranging from waffles to kale nachos.

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DC Review


If you’re in Bethesda, Redwood is a restaurant that will work for mostly everyone. Simple veggie, seafood, and meat dishes are all over the menu.

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DC Review

The Dabney

A highly attractive spot located on the highly trendy Blagden Alley, The Dabney will impress both your date and your Instagram followers.

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DC Review


One of DC’s best spots for pizza and small plates.

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DC Review

Le Diplomate

This French bistro is the place to see anyone who’s ever been on “Meet the Press". The food is also delicious.

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DC Review

The Royal

The Ferris Bueller of DC restaurants, The Royal is cool without trying too hard. Come for great Colombian food and cocktails.

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DC Review

The Riggsby

Attached to the Carlyle Hotel in DuPont, The Riggsby does everything “classic” extremely well.