Head to Hyattsville to score some modern Indian cuisine from Spice 6 -- you can get down on classics like rice bowls and kabobs, or you can build your own naan pizza, with your choice of sauce, protein, and other toppings.
This charming mom & pop shop in Dupont Circle has a whole host of hearty hoagies at their disposal, like their traditional Italian, roast pork, or our favorite, Pop's Beef Brisket, with apple-horseradish cream, five-year-aged Gouda, and veal jus.
Donburi is a Japanese dish that basically translates to something awesome on top of rice -- so just hop on up to their counter and choose your something awesome: panko breaded shrimp, pork, sweet and savory sauce, half-cooked egg, pickled radish, and jalapeño are all in the mix.
DC's favorite falafel shop's 14th Street location offers the same goodness as its older brothers in the city -- open late, especially on the weekends, expect to stuff your face with pitas, falafel balls, and bowls that you can fill up at their toppings bar (they charge by the pound, so exercise some restraint if you want to keep it cheap).
Brought to you by the Taylor Gourmet gang, Pizza Parts & Service is assembling homemade pizza with the same quality ingredients you've come to expect from those guys -- go ahead and pick up a slice (or a whole pie) topped with Genoa salami, soppressata, bacon, red onions, mushrooms, cherry peppers, and fresh mozzarella.