Jack Rose Dining Saloon
Laura Hayes
Hill Country BBQ
Laura Hayes
701 Restaurant
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1. City Tap House 901 I St NW, Washington DC, DC 20536 (Mount Vernon Sq)

With 60+ brews available (40 via tap), City Tap House is your destination for craft beer enlightenment. With a sizable menu of bites like brick oven pizza, Craftwiches, and three different kinds of mussels, you can settle in for the long haul and taste a range of brews.

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2. Hill Country Barbecue 410 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20004 (Penn Quarter)

Because there's nothing more American than Texas, Hill Country Barbecue brings the live music capital to the actual capital. All their meats are Lone Star state-inspired, smoked in-house with a dry rub, and served by the pound. Hill Country also offers classic Texas indulgence like Big Red Soda (for you Yankees, that's a red cream soda) and Blue Bell ice cream.

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3. 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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4. 701 Restaurant 701 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004 (Penn Quarter)

With a great view of the Navy Memorial and a sweet patio, 701 Restaurant is one of the best places in Penn Quarter to grab a bite or a drink outside.