Washington DC: Eat Like A Local

Washington DC: Eat Like A Local, Washington D.C., USA (B)

As much as Washington DC is famous for political drama and historical attractions, the city should also be known for an exciting culinary scene that offers a wide range of cuisines to entice every palate.

Even though fancier restaurants often make the news because they’re visited by famous people, there are numerous affordable restaurants and cafes in the heart of DC that serve incredibly delicious fare. Below are places I was lucky enough to stumble across or have local friends take me to. They are within walking distance to famous attractions so you don’t have to travel out of the way to find them.

My friends and I couldn’t get a table at another brunch restaurant nearby and managed to get one at Ambar. We are so lucky we did! None of us have tried Balkan food and were eager to give it a go.

They have a regular menu or an unlimited brunch, and we decided to go with the brunch to try a little bit of everything. The small plates kept coming! The dishes that stood out were the calamari, sesame crusted salmon, and the gorgeously plated dessert. In fact, all the dishes tasted delicious and the service was top-notch. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Washington DC: Eat Like A Local
Guide Location: USA » Washington D.C.
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Heather Teoh
Read it on Author's Website: http://eatthewind.com/2021/06/30/washington-dc-eat-like-a-local/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Ambar Restaurant
  • Mitsitam Café
  • Tryst
  • The LINE Hotel
  • Arepa Zone
  • Lady Camellia
  • Zorba’s Café
  • District Kitchen
  • Lebanese Taverna
  • Duke’s
  • Oyamel
  • Zaytinya
  • Jinya Ramen Bar
  • Rasika
  • Teaism
  • Baked & Wired
  • Georgia Brown’s

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