Jetties is only open from 11am to 3pm, but it still deserves a plaque for the service it’s done for lunch in Foggy. You’ll find both the GW and lobbyist crowd here during the week for excellent sandwiches, salads, soups. There are a few tables to eat at here, but you’ll probably want to take your sandwich to-go (preferably not back to the office). We love them most for the Nobadeer, their year-round Thanksgiving sandwich featuring roast turkey, stuffing, and cranberry sauce on sourdough.
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District Commons won’t blow you away, but it’s a reliable American spot in Foggy to take your parents or for a group dinner.
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Stachowski Market & Deli
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One of the best spots in Bethesda for lunch. The sandwiches are stars of the menu, but they also have salads and soups.
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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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The food at Colada Shop is just okay, but the space and location make it a good place for a quick meal around U Street.
Rasika West End
Like it’s Penn Quarter counterpart, Rasika West End serves some of the best upscale Indian food in the city.
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For burgers in Foggy Bottom, we like Bobby’s. It works for a casual weeknight dinner or a Sunday-morning hangover cure.
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