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1. Los Hermanos

Los Hermanos is truly a D.C. Dominican gem. Don't be fooled by its appearance because the contents it holds will surprise you! It is extremely casual dining meets fast-food-but-not-really-fast-food. You line up in queue to fill your plate, pay, and enjoy at your own discretion..

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2. Fiola

-When chef Fabio Trabocchi opened Fiola in 2011, he quickly established his new trattoria as the place to go in Washington for exquisite, sumptuous Italian. Pastas, naturally, are the stars of the menu, especially the tender pappardelle with bolognese ragu. But seafood plays a strong supporting role, and the bar offers a serious cocktail menu, including six different variations on the negroni. An order of bomboloni—Sardinian-style ricotta donuts—is a fitting end to a decadent evening..


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3. Del Campo

An extensive selection of steaks and various slow-roasted meats served with vibrant herb sauces, such as chimichurris and fresh salsas is the backbone of Del Campo’s menu. Albisu’s Peruvian heritage shows itself in the form of a Latin raw bar of ceviches, tiraditos and crudos. The wine program leans heavily towards South American varietals, which are decanted in traditional Argentinean carafes.


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4. Old Ebbitt Grill

When Presidents Grant, Cleveland, Harding and Teddy Roosevelt were in need of libations, they came to here. Established in 1856 and boasting of being Washington, D.C.'s oldest saloon, the restaurant features Victorian-styled rooms perfect for tourists, locals and politicians. The upscale American lunch menu is sure to appease with great choices like the grilled swordfish, trout parmesan, chicken milanese and butternut squash agnolotti. Be sure to check out their menu devoted solely to oysters. The dress code is anything goes so it is perfect for Washington elite along with tourists stopping for a bite to eat just steps from The White House


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5. Proof

Proof is a Penn Quarter dining destination that exudes both contemporary chic and rustic warmth. Proof has been awarded 3 Stars from the Washington Post, and 3 1/2 Stars and the #10 rank in Washingtonian Magazine's 100 Very Best Restaurants. Proof’s menu provides an eclectic selection of creative modern cuisine, and its wine list contains over 40 by-the-glass selections and 1,000 different bottlings, a combination that appeals to novices and aficionados alike.Proof is closed for lunch on Mondays. We serve lunch Tuesday - Friday from 11:30AM - 2PM. Our Lunch Crush special is available during these hours in the bar/lounge area only.


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6. Bub and Pops

We all love the fancy restaurants and big name chefs in the district but sometimes you just want a meal from a good ole' mom and pop shop. This sandwich venue is where you should head to for menu items that are hand roasted, carved, stuffed and patted. While some restaurants may only put a few slices of meat inside a sandwich, Bub and Pop's does not. Each sandwich comes with a mountain of meat that will make you wish you could unhinge your jaw. Try their cheese steaks, tuna melt, fish hoagie and Pop's beef brisket in half or whole portions. Don't leave without trying their kettle-cooked potato chips and dip.!


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7. Blue Duck Tavern

You'll find this American fare restaurant tucked inside the luxury Park Hyatt Washington, D.C. hotel. Soft lighting, an open kitchen and unique handcrafted wood furnishings throughout give the restaurant a warm, contemporary feel. With a concept of serving "simple, rustic food with an artisan approach," the lunch menu features a mouthwatering selection of salads, meat, poultry, fish, vegetables, potatoes and grains. As a way to recognize the farmers who grow and raise ingredients for their menu, names and/or locations are provided on the menus for each course.


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8. District Taco

Begun by two neighbors in 2009 after a meal of homemade chips, salsa and guacamole, District Taco first began as a food truck but has now grown to include three locations in the district and northern Virginia. Serving a Mexican/Yucatan style menu, guests may chose from tacos, burritos, quesadillas and may add their choice of fresh toppings. Don't leave without adding on some sides like chips and queso, beans and rice or chips and guacamole. They have different levels of salsa so double check before you order if you don't like spicy. Allergen and special diet information is available online


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9. BlackSalt

BlackSalt Fish Market & Restaurant, Washington's premier seafood restaurant, is wholly committed to the sustainability of fish and shellfish stocks worldwide. We constantly strive to source our products from companies and individuals who are like minded. Through conscientious consumption and education we can all work to protect the invaluable resources that are provided to us by the sea.. .


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10. Greek Deli & Catering

Growing up in Greece, chef and owner Kostas Fostieris came to the United States in 1975. After working in some of the top restaurants in the district, he took his passion for homestyle Greek food and began Greek Deli & Catering in 1990. Each plate features fresh, homemade recipes with enormous servings. Check out their sandwiches menu for such offerings as lamb souvlaki, tuna gyro style and "our famous gyro" as it is known. The hot Greek specialties feature baked moussaka, Greek combo, lamb platter, Athenian baked pastitsio and chicken breast. Save room for the baklava found on the dessert menu.


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