The 'Game of Thrones' Pop-Up Bar Is Now Open in Washington, DC
The combo of "Lee Harvey" and "Dallas" isn't recalled fondly in a historical sense, but this joint is certainly doing well to give itself a good name. There's just something incredibly relaxing about sitting around a fire pit with a cold beer on a warm night (especially with live music) and that's Lee Harvey's finest asset. And if you can't find a sitter for Rover, bring him too. They're dog-friendly as long as yours is.
A beer garden and dog park in Uptown where you can come to enjoy a few brews without leaving your canine companion behind.
Relish is a great joint where you can pick up classic burgers and classic dogs, or veggie candied jalapeño & tomatillo relish burgers and truffled mushroom relish dogs.
The process is simple. Walk through the door and step into line. Order a drink at the line-side bar. Order one of their delicious burgers of the simple or complex variety. Grab a ticket telling you what table you're at. Get your food and sit down. Eat. Repeat.
Serving three meals a day of scrumptious comfort food, Bread Winners is that beautiful combination of serious comfort food and an environment that's laid back without being fast food-y. Plus, they bake their bread, pastries, and desserts fresh daily, and their weekend brunch is famously good.