DCReview

If an episode of Master of None ever took place in Ballston (budget cuts?), Aziz Ansari would eat at Yona. This ramen spot is perfect for a date or dinner with a friend - the space is small (around 50 seats), it looks like a warehouse mixed with a Swedish cabin, and there’s usually some ’90s hip-hop jams playing. Get the miso porky ramen and JFK (japanese fried chicken), and wash it all down with some sake.

Yona review image

Suggested Reading

.
The Best Bethesda Restaurants guide image
Guide
The Best Bethesda Restaurants

If you live or work around DC, you’re going to end up in Bethesda at some point. Here’s where to eat when you do.

Where To Eat And Drink In Foggy Bottom guide image
Guide
Where To Eat And Drink In Foggy Bottom

Foggy Bottom is more than GW students and sandwich shops (although there are a lot of those). Here’s your guide to navigating it.

The Best Dupont Circle Restaurants guide image
Guide
The Best Dupont Circle Restaurants

All the places you should be eating at in Dupont.

Cava Mezze review image
Review
Cava Mezze

In the middle of Clarendon, Cava Mezze is a solid spot for a Mediterranean group dinner or brunch.