16 "Dupont" Restaurants in Washington DC.
Little Serow’s Northern Thai tasting menu is not only one of the best deals in DC - it’s one of the best meals in DC. Just prepare for some heat.
Sushi Taro in DC can be as casual or as fancy as you need it to be. Have a low-key dinner at the bar, or do the omakase for a special occasion.
Attached to the Carlyle Hotel in DuPont, The Riggsby does everything “classic” extremely well.
Agora is often overlooked for trendier spots in Dupont, but the Mediterranean food here is pretty good. Use it for a last-minute meal.
If you can splurge, get to Komi in Dupont for your next special occasion. The prix-fixe Greek menu is one of the best in DC.
Lauriol doesn't serve the best Mexican food in Dupont, but as long as you know that, it's a fun spot to start a night out.
Hank's is a casual, reliable seafood spot in Dupont that won't break your budget.
Hit Bethesda Bagels for breakfast and lunch in Dupont, but expect a line.
Emissary is a minimalist coffeeshop in Dupont that turns into a low-key bar at night.
Iron Gate in Dupont is known for its prix-fixe dinner, but we like it best for drinks and a light bite.
Tabard Inn in Dupont has a reliable brunch, but the patio is a nice spot for dinner (and live jazz), too.
Surfside Taco is a 24-hour, hole-in-the-wall with tacos, burritos, and quesadillas in Dupont. You'll probably find yourself here at 2pm and 2am.
Stop by Glen's in Dupont for a quick sandwich or pizza on the patio.
Duke’s Grocery is a low-key gastropub in a Dupont row house. The burger is rightly famous, but you won't be disappointed with anything on the menu.
If you want to make your brunch more literary, do it at Kramerbooks, a cafe and bookstore hybrid in Dupont.