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1. Brookland Pint716 Monroe St, Washington
2. Gypsy Soul8296 Glass Alley, Fairfax
3. Penn Commons700 6th St NW, Washington
4. Rural Society1177 15th St NW, Washington
5. Boss Shepherd's1299 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington
6. Fat Pete's Barbecue3407 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington
7. Crane & Turtle828 Upshur St NW, Washington
8. America Eats Tavern1700 Tysons Blvd, McLean
9. The Wydown1924 14th St NW, Washington
10. Sauf Haus1216 18th St NW, Washington
11. TaKorean1212 4th St SE, Washington
12. Tico1926 14th St NW, Washington
13. Denizens Brewing Co1115 E West Hwy, Silver Spring
From the people behind Meridian Pint in Columbia Heights and Smoke & Barrel in Adams Morgan, Brookland Pint aims to focus solely on environmentally-sustainable craft beer. In addition, the seasonal food on their menu comes from local farms.
Gypsy Soul was inspired by Chef RJ Cooper's motorcycle adventures to various mid-Atlantic farms and doles out farm-to-table American fare like Chicken Fried Bobwhite Quail and Country Ribs.
This Penn Quarter tavern offers signature American fare like burgers and sandwiches alongside raw bar and charcuterie options. They also have an impressive drink menu, featuring signature cocktails and beer flights (four for $10).
Brought to you by the renowned master of Latin cuisine, Chef Jose Garces, Rural Society is an Argentinian steakhouse located inside the Loews Madison Hotel downtown. The ambiance inside echoes that of a rustic and luxurious Buenos Aires, as does the menu. You'll find prime meats and seafood cooked on a wood-fired grill, traditional Argentinian small plates, pizza, and house made sausages.
Located in Penn Quarter, this new Creative Eats-helmed restaurant offers up farm-to-table Southern-inspired American fare. Come for the food, (Pot Pie Fritters are a must) and stay for the extensive, high-quality drink menu.
Fat Pete's brings 10 types of delicious 'cue to DC (two kinds of pulled pork! Two kinds of ribs!), delivering fantastic wood-smoked flavors by the pound. 16 drafts, small-batch bourbon, and killer sides -- like stuffed hush puppies and mini marshmallow-topped candied yams -- shore up the massive meat menu.
This restaurant is eminiscent of a cool café in Japan, serving up French and Japanese-inspired cuisine like straw-smoked tatakis, a cool take on pork cheek ramen, charcoal-grilled short rib, and a scallop dish you’ll be talking about for days.
Jose Andres brings this slice of Americana to Tyson's Corner, offering a smorgasbord of country hams, hush puppies, decadent burgers with five kinds of "catsup", bacon-wrapped beef hot dogs, and so much more.
This coffee bar from two brothers is the place to go for a good cup of Joe, likely due to the standards they’ve put in place: a simple but tasty Italian-style espresso menu and a no-skim-milk policy -- it ruins the texture, they say. Its short and sweet coffee menu includes well-made basic espresso drinks, drip coffee, pour-overs, and teas. There’s also a rotating assortment of house-made baked goods, including scones, cupcakes, and cookies. Follow them on social media if you want to be in the know for upcoming coffee tastings.
With 16 German drafts (non-German beer is not welcome here!), giant pretzels, and a sweet outdoor space with long, communal tables, Sauf Haus is all that you could ask for in a beer hall. Oh, and they've got foosball and brandy, too.
This brick-and-mortar venture from the kings of Korean tacos means you get to try bo ssam or bulgogi tacos loaded with sauce and slaw without having to track down the elusive truck. Even better news: you can wash down your tacos or rice bowl with draft beer, soju, or sake.
The bright and graffic graffiti murals are the first clues that your visit to Tico, an outpost of original Boston tapas bar, is going to be a colorful one. Inspired by Schlow's travels in Latin America, Spain, and Mexico, Tico offers bold small plates with Latin leanings, like roasted cauliflower with cotija cheese, black bass ceviche, and a velvety tres leches cake for dessert. There are multiple taco varieties too, but what keeps fans coming back for more are the addictive hibiscus margaritas.
Denizens Brewing Co is quite the set up in Silver Spring, complete with a beer garden and barbecue -- since you know there are few things better in life than chowing down on a pulled pork sandwich while drinking craft beer and playing cornhole outside. Head brewer Jeff Ramirez makes super-innovative brews, and if you grab a seat inside you can hear, see and smell the brewing process. The real pro move here is to just ask the bartender what bottles they have available... sometimes, you’ll seriously luck out.