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D.C.’s Essential Bar Food, Mapped

30 options for rib-sticking foods that go down well with cold beer or cocktails

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With D.C. officially lifting the majority of its service restrictions for all bars, nightclubs, and music venues on Friday, June, 11, the drinking public is expected to show out in full force. Ever since restaurants in the city returned to pre-pandemic norms in late May, people have been sitting shoulder-to-shoulder at bars and reacquainting themselves with the communal pleasures of bending an elbow next to a like-minded stranger. A return to last call after midnight means a comeback for bar food, too, the type of greasy, substantial stuff one craves while knocking back beer, wine, or cocktails.

Around the District, that means cheeseburgers, hot wings, and pizza, sure, but also chicken tikka sandwiches, chicharrón quesadillas, batata harra-spiced fries, French onion dip toasts, smoked fish boards, Venezuelan hot dogs, Japanese rice balls, Sichuan chili wontons, and Cantonese barbecue. This map covers 30 standout bars where customers can find pub grub that stands up to — or in some case outshines — the drinking selection. Mumbo wings from Chinese carryouts (like Yum’s in Logan Circle) and jumbo slice pizza are two iconic postgame foods in D.C., of course, but they’re not typically found inside the bar.

The latest CDC guidance for vaccinated diners during the COVID-19 outbreak is here; dining out still carries risks for unvaccinated diners and workers. Please be aware of changing local rules, and check individual restaurant websites for any additional restrictions such as mask requirements. Find a local vaccination site here.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Stained Glass Pub (Multiple locations)

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12510 Layhill Rd
Silver Spring, MD 20906
(301) 933-4444
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The scene: A dark brick sports bar in Montgomery County where rec softball teams meet postgame for pitchers and crispy squares of pan pizza

What to order: Pizza, deli sandwiches, crabby cheese pretzels

2. Jimmys Old Town Tavern

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697 Spring St
Herndon, VA 20170
(703) 435-5467
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The scene: A neighborhood haunt with Western New York roots where locals are friendly and trivia gets competitive.

What to order: Roast beef on weck, classic Buffalo wings, poutine

3. Mezcalero Cocina Mexicana

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3714 14th St NW
Washington, DC 20010
(202) 803-2114
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The scene: An affordable taqueria with a huge menu of Mexican bar snacks, enchiladas, tortas, and huaraches that pari well with mezcal cocktails.

What to order: tacos dorados, tacos de canasta, queso fundido, gorditas, pambazo tortas, chicharrón quesadillas

El Sol tacos dorados
The Solis family’s recipe for chicken tacos dorados
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4. Brookland's Finest Bar and Kitchen

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3126 12th St NE
Washington, DC 20017
(202) 636-0050
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The scene: A brick-lined pub with neighborly prices where kids can order chicken tenders while adults drink D.C. beers on draft.

What to order: Cheddar bacon Colonel burgers, fried catfish, oatmeal cream pies

5. Roofers Union

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2446 18th St NW
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 232-7663
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The scene: A spacious, multi-level craft beer bar with prime views of Adams Morgan bustling below.

What to order: Brisket and sirloin cheeseburgers, homemade bratwurst, Brussels sprouts with pomegranate vinaigrette and smoked sour cream

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6. The Game/Tiki On 18th

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2411 18th St NW
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 846-1952
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The scene: Twin bars across two levels that cater to sports fans and Tiki enthusiasts, respectively, with Filipino-style pub grub and frozen drinks served in colorful vessels.

What to order: “Michael Phelps” shrimp sandwich, lumpiang Shanghai, spicy pork sisig (or vegan tofu mushroom sisig), fried chicken and gravy

7. Franklin Hall DC

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1348 Florida Ave NW
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 750-8646
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The scene: A cavernous American beer hall inside an industrial laundry building lined with rows of picnic tables, tons of TVs, and a full bar.

What to order: Jumbo soft pretzel, draft beers by the stein, any of the sausages, green tea shooters

8. The Green Zone

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2226 18th St NW
Washington, DC 20009

The scene: An Adams Morgan cocktail bar with a laidback vibe and tropical drinks full of Middle Eastern ingredients.

What to order: Frozen mint lemonade with Lebanese gin, meze standards, cheese boureg, batata harra-spiced fries, za’atar and sumac wings

9. American Ice Company

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917 V St NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 414-7930
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The scene: A rusty, old-school ice house vibe with a busy front patio and draft beers served in glass jars.

What to order: Pulled pork and queso “swachos,” pickles

10. Izakaya Seki

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1117 V St NW
Washington, DC 20009

The scene: An unassuming, family-run izakaya with a hand-scribbled menu that boasts a strong following of Japanese expats and food enthusiasts.

What to order: Sashimi specials, fried smelts, onigiri (rice balls), kalbi-style short ribs, beef tongue with miso mustard

Tsukune (chicken meatballs) from Izakaya Seki
Tsukune (chicken meatballs) from Izakaya Seki
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11. The Imperial

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2001 18th St NW
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 299-0334
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The scene: A clean, multilevel cocktail complex full of shiny metallic accents with food that swings from everyman nostalgia to Continental throwbacks.

What to order: Fried clams, seafood towers, beef Wellington, cobbler cocktails

The Imperial tower ($144) comes with 18 oysters, eight clams, six shrimp, smoked mussels, oysters rockefeller, whole lobster. and blue crab “Imperial”
The Imperial tower
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12. Service Bar DC

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926-928 U St NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 462-7232
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The scene: An unpretentious cocktail bar and local industry hangout that coaxes big fruity flavors out of homemade syrups — now with an impressive patio in the street.

What to order: Fried chicken plates, fried chicken sandwiches, Maryland crab dip, eggplant Parm

13. Lulu’s Wine Garden

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1940 11th St NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 332-9463
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The scene: An open barroom full of Southwestern hacienda vibes, communal tables with holes for ice buckets, and a fenced-in back patio with a softly burbling fountain.

What to order: White queso, pork belly pastrami sandwiches, French onion dip toasts, the red Baja Blend from Viñedos Malagon (Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico)

A smoked pork belly pastrami sandwich at Lulu’s Winegarden comes on Texas Toast with fermented red cabbage, pickles, lots of crispy shallots, and an aioli made from pork drippings
A smoked pork belly pastrami sandwich at Lulu’s Winegarden comes on Texas Toast with fermented red cabbage, pickles, lots of crispy shallots, and an aioli made from pork drippings
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14. Ivy City Tavern

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1356 Okie St NE
Washington, DC 20002
(202) 529-3300
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The scene: A spacious second-story tavern covered in dark wood and attached to a commercial salmon-smoking facility.

What to order: Smokehouse fish board, bagels and lox, crab cakes, po’ boys, smoked and grilled wings

Dining Review - the Tavern at Ivy City Smokehouse
Crab cakes from Ivy City Smokehouse
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15. The Commodore DC

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1636 17th St NW
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 525-5309
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The scene: A nautical-themed neighborhood favorite for economy drafts, wacky burgers, and barbecue, recently relocated to Dupont Circle.

What to order: Barbecue totchos with green chili, smoked wings, Squirrel Kicker burger (with gouda, onion jam, and bourbon mayo), Kenny Powers sandwich (fried chicken, cheddar, and beer-bq sauce)

Commodore’s signature Shlogan burger returns in its new Dupont Circle location.
Commodore’s signature Shlogan burger returns in its new Dupont Circle location.
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16. Glassey

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1625 1st St NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 483-8286
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The scene: A family-run hookah bar with fruity cocktails and a food menu full of playful Indian-American dishes with alcohol-absorbing properties.

What to order: Chicken tikka burger, fried potato tikki burger, crabby masala fries, Punjabi-spiced wings

A chicken tikka burger with masala fries from Glassey in Bloomingdale
A chicken tikka burger with masala fries from Glassey in Bloomingdale
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17. Ivy and Coney

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1537 7th St NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 670-9489
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The scene: A Chicago- and Detroit-themed dive with a locker-lined bar, plenty of sports on TV, and a semi-enclosed back deck

What to order: Detroit-style pizzas, curly fries, and ballpark dogs to go with economy drafts and pours of Jeppson’s Malört

18. Astoria DC

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1521 17th St NW
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 754-0065
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The scene: A craft cocktail spot combined with a Sichuan restaurant, all inside a dark room full of royal blue booths and metalwork that makes you feel like you’re in a fancy train car.

What to order: Chili wontons, ribeye chimichurri, water-boiled beef, basil eggplant, pisco smash

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The sidewalk setup at Astoria
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19. Stoney's

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1433 P St NW
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 234-1818
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The scene: A neighborhood sports bar known for griddled sandwiches, a solid draft beer menu, and lots of afterwork hangs.

What to order: Super grilled cheese with bacon, tomato, and onion; steak and cheese, Parmesan-encrusted chicken tenders, personal pizzas

Stoney’s in Logan Circle is one stop on Saturday’s Irish whiskey crawl Susan Biddle/For the Washington Post via Getty Images

20. La Cosecha

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1280 4th St NE
Washington, DC 20002

The scene: A sleek, expansive Latin American market hall full of food, drinks, and home goods

What to order: La Casita pupusas, Venezuelan hotdogs and cheesesteaks from Mosaico, Peruvian chicken from Peruvian Bros, Pandebono from Serenata, guacamole with smoked tomatillo from Las Gemelas Cocina

21. Tiger Fork

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922 Blagden Alley NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 733-1152
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The scene: A red-tinged cocktail bar and Hong Kong-style restaurant in Blagden Alley full of lanterns, vases, and other East Asian finery

What to order: Cantonese barbecue, crab rangoon nachos, Chinese sausage and prawn fried rice

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22. L'Annexe

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2917 M St NW
Washington, DC 20007
(202) 525-5852
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The scene: A library-like lair that serves cocktails to Georgetown’s stylish set at a zinc-topped bar and shows off vats filled with colorful, glowing infusions.

What to order: Mushroom toast with Bear Hill cheese, pine nut jam, brown butter powder, and rustico bread; roasted beet hummus, beef tartare

The interior of L’Annexe includes lounge seating and bookshelves holding bottles of infused liquor.
The interior of L’Annexe includes lounge seating and bookshelves holding bottles of infused liquor.
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23. Duke's Grocery (Multiple locations)

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2000 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20006
(202) 733-3967
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The scene: An East London-style gastropub with hefty burgers and sandwiches full of international flavors

What to order: The Proper Burger, East Side brisket sandwich, beet-cured salmon tartine, pork wings

Duke’s Grocery Foggy Bottom Bar
Duke’s Grocery in Foggy Bottom
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24. Duffy's Irish Pub

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1016 H St NE
Washington, DC 20002
(202) 462-9464
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The scene:  An Irish bar on H Street NE with regularly rotating specials that carries a special affinity for the Washington Nationals and Green Bay Packers

What to order: More than 20 flavors of wings, fried pickle spears, baskets of tots, $5 rail drinks at happy hour

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25. Present Company Public House

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438 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 289-1100
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The scene: A restored firehouse pub with a dark study vibe inside, a lively front patio on Massachusetts Avenue, a thorough craft beer list, and eclectic bar standards with lots of homemade ingredients.  

What to order: Four-onion dip, pimento tater tots, sourdough English muffins, Nashville hot chicken wings and sandwiches, vegetarian Reubens with mushroom salami

The main bar at Present Company
The main bar at Present Company
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26. Spacebar

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709 W Broad St
Falls Church, VA 22046
(703) 992-0777
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The scene:  A dark, kitschy Falls Church go-to with craft beer and cider on tap and umpteen permutations of a grilled cheese sandwich.

What to order: Granny Smith sandwich with smoked Gouda and Havarti, meatloaf sandwich, tots, totchos

27. Tune Inn

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331 Pennsylvania Ave. SE
Washington, DC 20003
(202) 543-2725
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The scene: A classic Capitol Hill dive where pols and bikers have bonded over burgers for more over 70 years.

What to order: Cheeseburgers, hot dogs, mozzarella sticks, Joe’s West Virginia (roast beef)

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28. Barrel

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613 Pennsylvania Ave. SE
Washington, DC 20003
(202) 543-3623
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The scene: A beloved whiskey bar that has Southern food, reclaimed bourbon barrel tables, and and rustic flair.

What to order: Ham and honey butter biscuits, homemade andouille sausage, fried chicken and waffles for brunch

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29. Fight Club

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623 Pennsylvania Ave. SE
Washington, DC 20003
(202) 733-1384
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The scene: A former American bistro in a saloon-style setting that’s doubling down on a pop-up for punches, over-the-top-sandwiches, and ice cream.

What to order: The Fight Club (club steak, roasted tomato, brown butter mayo), half-smoke mini corn dogs, crab imperial with soft pretzel bites

A fried salami and slaw sandwich from Fight Club
A fried salami and slaw sandwich from Fight Club
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30. Shelter

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1401 Pennsylvania Ave. SE
Washington, DC 20003

The scene: An indoor-outdoor beer garden with a long list of low-ABV drafts and QR code ordering connected to a food hall that boasts burgers, New York-style pizza, tacos, sushi, Peking duck buns, and more.

What to order: Cheese slice from Slice Joint, orange soda braised carnitas from Hi/Fi Taco, tomato and sesame rice noodles from Yoko and Kota, Donkey Kong roll from Ako (eel, fried plantain, cream cheese, cucumber)

Tomato and sesame rice noodles from Yoko and Kota at the Roost
Tomato and sesame rice noodles from Yoko and Kota at the Roost
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1. Stained Glass Pub (Multiple locations)

12510 Layhill Rd, Silver Spring, MD 20906

The scene: A dark brick sports bar in Montgomery County where rec softball teams meet postgame for pitchers and crispy squares of pan pizza

What to order: Pizza, deli sandwiches, crabby cheese pretzels

12510 Layhill Rd
Silver Spring, MD 20906

2. Jimmys Old Town Tavern

697 Spring St, Herndon, VA 20170

The scene: A neighborhood haunt with Western New York roots where locals are friendly and trivia gets competitive.

What to order: Roast beef on weck, classic Buffalo wings, poutine

697 Spring St
Herndon, VA 20170

3. Mezcalero Cocina Mexicana

3714 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20010
El Sol tacos dorados
The Solis family’s recipe for chicken tacos dorados
Rey Lopez/Eater D.C.

The scene: An affordable taqueria with a huge menu of Mexican bar snacks, enchiladas, tortas, and huaraches that pari well with mezcal cocktails.

What to order: tacos dorados, tacos de canasta, queso fundido, gorditas, pambazo tortas, chicharrón quesadillas

3714 14th St NW
Washington, DC 20010

4. Brookland's Finest Bar and Kitchen

3126 12th St NE, Washington, DC 20017

The scene: A brick-lined pub with neighborly prices where kids can order chicken tenders while adults drink D.C. beers on draft.

What to order: Cheddar bacon Colonel burgers, fried catfish, oatmeal cream pies

3126 12th St NE
Washington, DC 20017

5. Roofers Union

2446 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
Roofers Union Exterior Roofers Union [official]

The scene: A spacious, multi-level craft beer bar with prime views of Adams Morgan bustling below.

What to order: Brisket and sirloin cheeseburgers, homemade bratwurst, Brussels sprouts with pomegranate vinaigrette and smoked sour cream

2446 18th St NW
Washington, DC 20009

6. The Game/Tiki On 18th

2411 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

The scene: Twin bars across two levels that cater to sports fans and Tiki enthusiasts, respectively, with Filipino-style pub grub and frozen drinks served in colorful vessels.

What to order: “Michael Phelps” shrimp sandwich, lumpiang Shanghai, spicy pork sisig (or vegan tofu mushroom sisig), fried chicken and gravy

2411 18th St NW
Washington, DC 20009

7. Franklin Hall DC

1348 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009

The scene: A cavernous American beer hall inside an industrial laundry building lined with rows of picnic tables, tons of TVs, and a full bar.

What to order: Jumbo soft pretzel, draft beers by the stein, any of the sausages, green tea shooters

1348 Florida Ave NW
Washington, DC 20009

8. The Green Zone

2226 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

The scene: An Adams Morgan cocktail bar with a laidback vibe and tropical drinks full of Middle Eastern ingredients.

What to order: Frozen mint lemonade with Lebanese gin, meze standards, cheese boureg, batata harra-spiced fries, za’atar and sumac wings

2226 18th St NW
Washington, DC 20009

9. American Ice Company

917 V St NW, Washington, DC 20001

The scene: A rusty, old-school ice house vibe with a busy front patio and draft beers served in glass jars.

What to order: Pulled pork and queso “swachos,” pickles

917 V St NW
Washington, DC 20001

10. Izakaya Seki

1117 V St NW, Washington, DC 20009
Tsukune (chicken meatballs) from Izakaya Seki
Tsukune (chicken meatballs) from Izakaya Seki
Joseph Victor Stefanchik/For The Washington Post via Getty Images

The scene: An unassuming, family-run izakaya with a hand-scribbled menu that boasts a strong following of Japanese expats and food enthusiasts.

What to order: Sashimi specials, fried smelts, onigiri (rice balls), kalbi-style short ribs, beef tongue with miso mustard

1117 V St NW
Washington, DC 20009

11. The Imperial

2001 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
The Imperial tower ($144) comes with 18 oysters, eight clams, six shrimp, smoked mussels, oysters rockefeller, whole lobster. and blue crab “Imperial”
The Imperial tower
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The scene: A clean, multilevel cocktail complex full of shiny metallic accents with food that swings from everyman nostalgia to Continental throwbacks.

What to order: Fried clams, seafood towers, beef Wellington, cobbler cocktails

2001 18th St NW
Washington, DC 20009

12. Service Bar DC

926-928 U St NW, Washington, DC 20001

The scene: An unpretentious cocktail bar and local industry hangout that coaxes big fruity flavors out of homemade syrups — now with an impressive patio in the street.

What to order: Fried chicken plates, fried chicken sandwiches, Maryland crab dip, eggplant Parm

926-928 U St NW
Washington, DC 20001

13. Lulu’s Wine Garden

1940 11th St NW, Washington, DC 20001
A smoked pork belly pastrami sandwich at Lulu’s Winegarden comes on Texas Toast with fermented red cabbage, pickles, lots of crispy shallots, and an aioli made from pork drippings
A smoked pork belly pastrami sandwich at Lulu’s Winegarden comes on Texas Toast with fermented red cabbage, pickles, lots of crispy shallots, and an aioli made from pork drippings
Rey Lopez/Eater D.C.

The scene: An open barroom full of Southwestern hacienda vibes, communal tables with holes for ice buckets, and a fenced-in back patio with a softly burbling fountain.

What to order: White queso, pork belly pastrami sandwiches, French onion dip toasts, the red Baja Blend from Viñedos Malagon (Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico)

1940 11th St NW
Washington, DC 20001

14. Ivy City Tavern

1356 Okie St NE, Washington, DC 20002
Dining Review - the Tavern at Ivy City Smokehouse
Crab cakes from Ivy City Smokehouse
Deb Lindsey/For The Washington Post via Getty Images

The scene: A spacious second-story tavern covered in dark wood and attached to a commercial salmon-smoking facility.

What to order: Smokehouse fish board, bagels and lox, crab cakes, po’ boys, smoked and grilled wings

1356 Okie St NE
Washington, DC 20002

15. The Commodore DC

1636 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
Commodore’s signature Shlogan burger returns in its new Dupont Circle location.
Commodore’s signature Shlogan burger returns in its new Dupont Circle location.
Matt Crofcheck/Commodore

The scene: A nautical-themed neighborhood favorite for economy drafts, wacky burgers, and barbecue, recently relocated to Dupont Circle.

What to order: Barbecue totchos with green chili, smoked wings, Squirrel Kicker burger (with gouda, onion jam, and bourbon mayo), Kenny Powers sandwich (fried chicken, cheddar, and beer-bq sauce)

1636 17th St NW
Washington, DC 20009

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16. Glassey

1625 1st St NW, Washington, DC 20001
A chicken tikka burger with masala fries from Glassey in Bloomingdale
A chicken tikka burger with masala fries from Glassey in Bloomingdale
Gabe Hiatt/Eater D.C.

The scene: A family-run hookah bar with fruity cocktails and a food menu full of playful Indian-American dishes with alcohol-absorbing properties.

What to order: Chicken tikka burger, fried potato tikki burger, crabby masala fries, Punjabi-spiced wings

1625 1st St NW
Washington, DC 20001

17. Ivy and Coney

1537 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

The scene: A Chicago- and Detroit-themed dive with a locker-lined bar, plenty of sports on TV, and a semi-enclosed back deck

What to order: Detroit-style pizzas, curly fries, and ballpark dogs to go with economy drafts and pours of Jeppson’s Malört

1537 7th St NW
Washington, DC 20001

18. Astoria DC

1521 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036
two customers sit at a table at an improvised dining space on the pavement in front of Sichuan restaurant Astoria
The sidewalk setup at Astoria
Rey Lopez/Eater D.C.

The scene: A craft cocktail spot combined with a Sichuan restaurant, all inside a dark room full of royal blue booths and metalwork that makes you feel like you’re in a fancy train car.

What to order: Chili wontons, ribeye chimichurri, water-boiled beef, basil eggplant, pisco smash

1521 17th St NW
Washington, DC 20036

19. Stoney's

1433 P St NW, Washington, DC 20005
Stoney’s in Logan Circle is one stop on Saturday’s Irish whiskey crawl Susan Biddle/For the Washington Post via Getty Images

The scene: A neighborhood sports bar known for griddled sandwiches, a solid draft beer menu, and lots of afterwork hangs.

What to order: Super grilled cheese with bacon, tomato, and onion; steak and cheese, Parmesan-encrusted chicken tenders, personal pizzas

1433 P St NW
Washington, DC 20005

20. La Cosecha

1280 4th St NE, Washington, DC 20002

The scene: A sleek, expansive Latin American market hall full of food, drinks, and home goods

What to order: La Casita pupusas, Venezuelan hotdogs and cheesesteaks from Mosaico, Peruvian chicken from Peruvian Bros, Pandebono from Serenata, guacamole with smoked tomatillo from Las Gemelas Cocina

1280 4th St NE
Washington, DC 20002

21. Tiger Fork

922 Blagden Alley NW, Washington, DC 20001