Restaurants specializing in street food seem to be everywhere in D.C. — three recent additions to the landscape are Stellina Pizzeria with its calamari, veggies or fish served in paper cones, Burmese restaurant Thamee with its dan back chicken, and Cane, specializing in street food from Trinidad like hops bread rolls filled with smoked brisket.
And this summer in Navy Yard, you can get your outdoor street food fix on every Saturday at Smorgasburg, where more than 30 local vendors offer their own spins on street food.
The street food scene in D.C. goes well beyond hot dogs and funnel cake. Here’s a list of where to find street foods from a diverse range of cultures. Did we miss your favorite spot? Sound off in the comments below.Read More