If you’re looking for a quick lunch as you make your way through the city’s many monuments and museums, there’s no better choice than a food truck. Before your stop reading, these aren’t the hot dog vendors of yore. Today’s food trucks are all about gourmet offerings and fresh ingredients for a quick, unique lunch.
In recent years, DC’s H Street district has had a veritable restaurant and bar explosion. Check out our guide on the must-visit spots in this foodie neighborhood! TOKI UNDERGROUND Climb a set of stairs to get to this notoriously packed, no-reservations Taiwanese ramen den from DC restaurateur Erik Bruner-Yang. Order a bowl of the umami-bomb
This funky neighborhood, located next to bustling U Street, is a foodie’s paradise. Check out our recommendations below for where to drink and dine. BAD SAINT This tiny Filipino boite only has 24 seats and doesn’t take reservations, so you’ll need to start lining up early if you want to get a table. Come for
Given how seriously DC takes its food scene, it can be tricky to find kid-friendly restaurants that’ll still keep the adults happy. Check out our recommendations below for the top spots in town that both you and the kids will love. 2 AMYS This homey Neapolitan pizza spot near Tenleytown, a perennial DC favorite, abides
There’s no better way to spend an evening than listening to live music while sipping your drink. There’s also no shortage of live music venues in Georgetown, where you can find anything from Irish bluegrass to genteel piano music. Check out our options below for our favorite spots for live tunes in the neighborhood. RIRA