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40 things to eat
Palena is one of 40 things to eat.

1. Palena

3529 Connecticut Ave NW (at Porter St. NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Neo-Americano · Cleveland Park · 51 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Get the burger. Chef Frank Ruta uses Angus beef laced with dry-aged steak, truffled cheese and a brioche bun made in-house.

Kangaroo Boxing Club is one of 40 things to eat.

2. Kangaroo Boxing Club

3412 11th St NW (at Park Rd NW), Washington, D.C.
BBQ Joint · Columbia Heights · 78 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Bacon gorgonzola mac n' cheese is the dish to get. They achieve creamy and crunchy with house-smoked bacon blended into a slightly sharp gorgonzola and then scattered across pasta. Leia mais.

Thai X-ing is one of 40 things to eat.

3. Thai X-ing

8.3
515 Florida Ave NW (at 6th St NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Tailandês · LeDroit Park · 45 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Order the pumpkin curry. Tender kabocha squash is the sweet counterpoint to the fire and kicky basil in this traditional Thai red curry. Leia mais.

Bar Pilar is one of 40 things to eat.

4. Bar Pilar

8.1
1833 14th St NW (btwn S & T St NW), Washington, D.C.
Bar · U-Street · 95 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Go for the lard-fried buttermilk chicken. It's soaked overnight in a brine with rosemary, parsley, bay leaf, lemons and apples before it's coated with seasoned flour and a dip in pork fat. Leia mais.

Toki Underground is one of 40 things to eat.

5. Toki Underground

8.8
1234 H St NE (above The Pug), Washington, D.C.
Restaurante de Noodles · Capitol Hill · 182 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Toki's kimchi ramen is a standout. It's a pork-laden, vinegary soup that's a perfect follow-up to a pile of dumplings. Leia mais.

El Chucho Cocina Superior is one of 40 things to eat.

6. El Chucho Cocina Superior

8.8
3313 11th St NW (at Lamont St NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Mexicano · Pleasant Plains · 83 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: El Chucho's elote callejero is worth it. The grilled corn is gilded with brown-butter aioli, cilantro, chili-lime salt and pungent Parmesan-like cotija cheese. Wash it down with a $5 margarita. Leia mais.

Ted's Bulletin is one of 40 things to eat.

7. Ted's Bulletin

8.8
505 8th St SE (btwn E & G St SE), Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Americano · Capitol Hill · 311 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Ted's has transformed the Pop-Tart into legitimate pastry. They fill handmade, almost cakey crusts with homemade jams, fresh berries, brown sugar, and peanut butter and bacon. Leia mais.

Rice Paper is one of 40 things to eat.

8. Rice Paper

7.9
6775 Wilson Blvd (Roosevelt Rd.), Falls Church, VA
Restaurante Vietnamita · 44 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Order the spicy crispy tofu. The tender puffs of silken tofu are lightly battered, fried and flecked with lemongrass. Leia mais.

Rasika is one of 40 things to eat.

9. Rasika

8.9
633 D St NW (at 7th St NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Indiano · Penn Quarter · 189 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Rasika's sev batata puri is the real deal. The crispy little rounds of bread are topped with potato, sour raw mango and crunchy threads of fried chickpea batter. Leia mais.

Mintwood Place is one of 40 things to eat.

10. Mintwood Place

8.3
1813 Columbia Rd NW (at Biltmore St NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Neo-Americano · Adams Morgan · 94 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Ask for the burrata appetizer. Made with 3 kinds of kale (one flash-fried for crunch), sweet apples, smoky nuts and tart tamarind-honey dressing, it's a vegetarian capable of satisfying any carnivore. Leia mais.

Estadio is one of 40 things to eat.

11. Estadio

9.0
1520 14th St NW (at Church St NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Espanhol · Logan Circle - Shaw · 159 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Drink up. Estadio's gin and tonic, aka the Gintonic, showcases the drink's Spanish twist. They couple Old Raj gin or Tanqueray No. 10 with house-made orange-flower tonic.

Stoney's Restaurant is one of 40 things to eat.

12. Stoney's Restaurant

7.1
1433 P St NW (at 15th St NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Americano · Logan Circle - Shaw · 126 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Stoney's grilled cheese isn't particularly imaginative, but it's a classic. The Super comes with the standard American cheese, salty, buttered toast, layers of bacon, tomato and onion.

The Sweet Lobby is one of 40 things to eat.

13. The Sweet Lobby

8.0
404 8th St SE (btwn D & E Sts SE), Washington, D.C.
Padaria · Capitol Hill · 38 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Go for the macarons. Creamy sweet potato is unique, the passion fruit/milk chocolate heady. Other great picks include black-and-white bubbly, a peanut butter and jelly, or a cheese-laced variety. Leia mais.

Pupatella Neapolitan Pizza is one of 40 things to eat.

14. Pupatella Neapolitan Pizza

9.1
5104 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA
Pizzaria · 129 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Order the Margherita DOC. Made in the old-world Neapolitan fashion, the pie shines with San Marzano tomatoes, milky mozzarella di bufala and just a handful of ingredients in the dough. Leia mais.

Tabard Inn is one of 40 things to eat.

15. Tabard Inn

8.6
1739 N St NW (btwn 17th & 18th St NW), Washington, D.C.
Hotel · Dupont Circle · 146 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Tabard's simple yeast doughnuts are a must. Before the designer doughnut obsession took off, these guys held the title of best fried dough in the District. They're still amazing and freshly-fried. Leia mais.

Urban Bar-B-Que is one of 40 things to eat.

16. Urban Bar-B-Que

8.5
5566 Norbeck Rd (at Bauer Dr.), Rockville, MD
BBQ Joint · 36 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: The soul rolls are ridiculous and ridiculously good. Brisket is Urban's strong point and this is their Southern-fried version of an egg roll. Every order comes with a cup of cheese-covered chili. Leia mais.

The Source by Wolfgang Puck is one of 40 things to eat.

17. The Source by Wolfgang Puck

7.8
575 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Asiático · Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown · 88 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: During dim-sum service, grab the duck bao buns. Slivers of moist duck are tucked into doughy Chinese steamed buns and paired with crunchy cucumbers. The duck takes 3 days to make and it shows. Leia mais.

The Passenger is one of 40 things to eat.

18. The Passenger

1021 7th St NW (at L St NW), Washington, D.C.
Bar de Coquetéis · Mount Vernon Square · 117 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Life is short. Order the deep-fried, bacon-wrapped peanut-butter cups. They're mini peanut-butter cups wrapped in fried bacon and dipped in a cola batter. Leia mais.

Sakuramen is one of 40 things to eat.

19. Sakuramen

7.9
2441 18th St NW, Washington, D.C.
Restaurante de Ramen · Adams Morgan · 109 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: The standout at Sakuramen is the vegetarian ramen. It features a broth of Japanese kelp, layers of bamboo shoots, corn and mushrooms marinated like Korean bulgogi. Leia mais.

Ford's Fish Shack South Riding is one of 40 things to eat.

20. Ford's Fish Shack South Riding

8.5
25031 Riding Plz #150, Chantilly, VA
Frutos do Mar · South Riding Market Square · 19 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Ford's fish and chips are as authentic as anything you'll find in New England. The fries are skinny and served with the skin on for crunch, and the battered, fried cod arrives hot and flaky. Leia mais.

Rappahanock Oyster Bar is one of 40 things to eat.

21. Rappahanock Oyster Bar

8.5
1309 5th St NE (in Union Market), Washington, D.C.
Frutos do Mar · Ivy City · 32 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Get the lambs & clams. Chef Dylan Fultineer pairs Olde Salt Middleneck clams with sauteed, grass-fed lamb for this stick-to-your-ribs stew. Leia mais.

Pitango Gelato is one of 40 things to eat.

22. Pitango Gelato

1451 P St NW (btw 14th & 15th St), Washington, D.C.
Sorveteria · Logan Circle - Shaw · 47 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Pitango's best flavor is its nocciola, or hazelnut. They source roasted hazelnut paste from a producer in Italy's Piedmont region for nuts that bear a more flowery note than their U.S. cousins. Leia mais.

Shagga Coffee is one of 40 things to eat.

23. Shagga Coffee

8.3
6040 Baltimore Ave (Oliver), Hyattsville, MD
Restaurante Etíope · 25 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Go for Shagga's vegetarian combination. It's a plate of fuchsia-colored beet and potato salad that's brightened with only lemon, string-bean fosolia and spicy chickpea mash ladled onto spongy injera. Leia mais.

Food Wine & Co. is one of 40 things to eat.

24. Food Wine & Co.

7272 Wisconsin Ave (at Elm St), Bethesda, MD
Restaurante Americano · Downtown Bethesda, Bethesda, Maryland · 48 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: The potato tots here beat anything you remember from the cafeteria at school. Gooey Gruyere cheese and parsley are ensconced in creamy potato and served with Sriracha-spiked ketchup. Leia mais.

Graffiato is one of 40 things to eat.

25. Graffiato

707 6th St NW (btwn G & H St NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurante Italiano · Chinatown · 189 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Get the brussel sprouts. A mound of crackling, nearly blackened Brussels sprouts is served on a plate of yogurt and tossed in a maple syrup and pancetta dressing. A hard-boiled egg tops it off. Leia mais.

Tango Pastry is one of 40 things to eat.

26. Tango Pastry

7.0
6100 Richmond Hwy, Alexandria, VA
Padaria · 2 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: The facturas here are a metaphor for Argentina's diverse culture: In the not-too-sweet flaky layers lies the influence of Italian, French and German immigrants -- and a rich dulce de leche filling. Leia mais.

Comet Ping Pong is one of 40 things to eat.

27. Comet Ping Pong

8.0
5037 Connecticut Ave NW (at Nebraska Ave NW), Washington, D.C.
Pizzaria · Chevy Chase · 115 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: Pepperoni + Jalapenos = The Hottie. Wash it down with some Allagash White. Leia mais.

Cafe Aurora is one of 40 things to eat.

28. Cafe Aurora

7.1
50 S Pickett St (Duke St), Alexandria, VA
Restaurante Africano · Landmark - Van Dorn · 7 dicas e avaliações

Washington PostWashington Post: The kitcha fitfit is a rustic Eritrean staple that Aurora excels at. Crusty flatbread is tossed in clarified butter, fenugreek, cardamom, garlic and the crimson chili berbere. Leia mais.