Head to this neighborhood pub for food specials such as all-you-can-eat wings on Wednesday nights and happy-hour drink specials all day, every day. Try the tater tots—ask for them loaded with green chile and cheese.
Capitol Hill Area
This casual neighborhood spot is known for its Reuben–corned beef or pastrami–and wide assortment of sandwiches. Start your day off right with the eggs Benedict and $5 bottomless mimosas.
Located inside the Streets of London pub, this spot tosses New York-style pies starting at $2.75 a slice. Try the Ghetto Margherita pizza made with dollops of ricotta cheese, Roma tomatoes, and fresh basil.
The sweet breakfast hub nabs a liquor license and an Uptown location. Enjoy waffles with a variety of toppings—and a beer garden.
Tall booths and dim lighting give a sense of intimacy at this affordable pho restaurant. The menu offers noodle bowls as well as dim sum and appetizers.
A traditional, thin-crust pizza joint with international wines, house-made pasta, and house-made mozzarella.
Neighborhood restaurant serving inexpensive southwestern Mexican dishes, similar to its downtown sister eatery.
Choose from 50 Belgian and domestic microbrews on tap at this cozy old world pub. You'll still have to decide which of the seven savory sauces—from beer-and-mustard to bacon-blue-cheese—you'd like on your mussels.
Sleek, modern design, a wide variety of appetizers, and a location in the DCPA make this the perfect place to grab a bite before a show.
Fruition is always abuzz with neighbors gathering and sharing a meal. Seasonal dishes that are big on flavor, texture, and presentation stream out of executive chef Alex Seidel's tiny kitchen. Diners flock for approachable eats, such as the pasta carbonara with hand-made cavatelli and house-cured pork belly.