12 "Literally Everyone" restaurants in Washington DC.
Eating tongue is fun every once in a while. But you're usually looking for something just as memorable, and way more crowd pleasing. Here are the restaurants that will satisfy (and impress) your artsy roommate, new mother-in-law, and everyone in between.
Supra is DC’s first Georgian restaurant, and serves things like khachapuri (a traditional cheese-filled bread), kebabs, and plenty of native wines.
Mayahuel is a Mexican restaurant in Woodley Park that’s ideal for big groups, with pitchers of margaritas and plenty of sharable dishes.
Rasa is a fast-casual Indian spot next to Nats Park that’ll make you reevaluate your go-to stadium meal.
Chicken + Whiskey’s name says it all: it’s a casual Peruvian chicken spot in the front, and a vinyl bar with 100 varieties of whiskey in the back.
Lucky Buns in Adams Morgan is a versatile, open-late burger spot with unique toppings that’s perfect for when Jumbo Slice just won’t cut it.
Unconventional Diner is the perfect remedy for indecisive friends, with breakfast, brunch, and dinner options ranging from waffles to kale nachos.
If you’re in Bethesda, Redwood is a restaurant that will work for mostly everyone. Simple veggie, seafood, and meat dishes are all over the menu.
A highly attractive spot located on the highly trendy Blagden Alley, The Dabney will impress both your date and your Instagram followers.
This French bistro is the place to see anyone who’s ever been on “Meet the Press". The food is also delicious.
Attached to the Carlyle Hotel in DuPont, The Riggsby does everything “classic” extremely well.