Food & Drink

Your 6-Stop DC Tater Tot Trot

Published On 05/15/2015 Published On 05/15/2015
Laura Hayes/Thrillist
Laura Hayes/Thrillist
Laura Hayes/Thrillist
Laura Hayes/THRILLIST
Laura Hayes/Thrillist
Lincoln
Laura Hayes/Thrillist
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1. Bourbon 2321 18th St NW , Washington, DC, DC 20009 (Adams Morgan)

Adams Morgan: booze, booze everywhere, and not a drop to drink (...at least not without making a "that's sort of gross" face afterwards). Unless of course you drift into Bourbon, whose fresh cocktails are all ponderously named after Anchorman, but stay classy nonetheless. This dimly lit, multi-level space has a patio and serves up bar eats like house-made fried pickle chips, bourbon baked beans and buffalo chicken nuggets.

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2. The Blaguard 2003 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009 (Adams Morgan)

Recognized by locals as the best neighborhood bar in DC, The Blanguard makes regulars and new patrons feel right at home with over 20 beers on tap, eight televisions, and of course, the friendly neighborhood vibe.

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3. Stetsons 1610 U St NW, Washington, DC 20009 (Adams Morgan)

Downstairs: regular bar. Upstairs: small bar and game center w/ HD projector, pool table, Pacman, Golden Tee, jukebox, darts, and foosball. At the all-day happy hour on Sundays, game your face off while pounding $4 Bud Lights and then come back on Tuesday night for their weekly pub quiz. If it sounds like it rules, it's because it kinda does.

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4. Birch & Barley 1337 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20005 (Logan Circle)

Birch & Barley is the restaurant located below infamous beer bar ChurchKey in Logan Circle. It serves a simple and elegant menu of seasonal American food, but its claim to fame is the 500-plus beer list that rivals anything in the area (except of course, its upstairs sibling). The upscale restaurant serves a multi-course tasting menu with an optional beer pairing, but you can also order Ă  la carte. Brunch rocks too, especially the freshly-fried donut holes.

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5. Lincoln 1110 Vermont Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005 (K Street)

Lincoln reps the former head-of-state not only in name, but in taste as well, spotlighting some of his favorite eats, which apparently included oysters and gingerbread. Lincoln's small plate menu focuses on contemporary American cuisine sourced locally from farmers and fishermen in the region. Nothing says 'merica like infused bourbons and a full list of moonshines approved by honest Abe.

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6. Melt Shop 1901 L St NW, Washington, DC 20036

Melt Shop is comfort food to the max. A variety of sandwich options are available, all of which are exceptionally cheesy and melty.

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