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Fancy Radish

in American

Philadelphia’s Vedge Restaurant Group has sprouted up in DC with a new concept that’s all about plant-based cooking. It takes after the elegant, chef-driven Vedge, which pushes the boundaries of vegetables, but it will also have similarities to the street food at V Street. Expect the unexpected, with unique preparations that elevate produce, like rutabaga fondue or dan dan noodles with zucchini and oyster mushrooms. The bar will be stocked with cocktails, draft beers, and natural wines.

600 H St NE
Washington, District Of Columbia 20002
United States

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Sababa

in Mediterranean

Ashok Bajaj opened his new restaurant concept, Sababa. The name comes from the Hebrew slang for cool, so this spot takes a chic, modern approach to Israeli cuisine, with influences from the Middle East, Turkey, and Greece. The menu consists of everything from hummus and mezze to vegetables and kabobs, with highlights like garlic labne, fried cauliflower, roasted halumi, harissa-marinated chicken, shakshuka, and a ridiculously tender lamb shank.

3311 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20008
United States

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All-Purpose Pizzeria

in Pizza

This neighborhood Italian-American joint comes from the masterminds who brought you The Red Hen and Boundary Stone. Simply put, eating here is like getting a hug from your nonna. Pizza is the focus, and crust hits all the right notes, striking a balance between sweet and savory and crispy and chewy. Choose from more traditional Italian preparations, or American interpretations.

1250 9th St NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20001
United States

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Kramerbrooks & Afterwords Café

in Spirits, Bookstore

Kramerbooks & Afterwords first opened its doors amid the Bicentennial celebrations of 1976. At the time of its opening it was the first bookstore/café in Washington DC. Over the years, through expansions, subpoenas, and innumerable neighborhood changes, much of our business has remained constant, notably our commitment to providing our patrons with access to the best books we can procure and to the most delicious, varied food we can produce.

1517 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20036
United States

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Hazel

in American

Neighborhood Restaurant Group’s Shaw outpost is helmed by chef Rob Rubba. The mouthwatering list of small plates is full of tough decisions. Favorites include Grandma Hazel’s zucchini bread with foie gras mousse, Korean-inspired gnocchi, and the steak tartare with Tater Tots, which is best enjoyed after mashing it all together with a wooden spoon (as per chef Rubba’s recommendation). Fire Panda, the house-made hot sauce served in adorable bear-shaped squeeze bottles.

808 V St NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20001
United States

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Colada Shop

in Cuban

Welcome to a bright place where the colors are as vibrant as the flavors. Share the Cuban way to start and end the day. At Colada Shop we bring people together by transporting them into a space where conversation is flowing, strong coffee is brewed, food & cocktails are made with the flare of Cuban flavor and life. Reach for a cup. Stay for a snack. Order a drink. We are committed to providing quality products, excellent service and unparalleled hospitality to our patrons.

1405 T St NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20009
United States

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Pineapple and Pearls

in All

With a name that nods to hospitality (the pineapple) and elegance (the pearls), it’s no wonder rockstar chef Aaron Silverman’s most luxurious endeavor is a smash hit. You don’t even have to wait in line, like at Silverman’s eldest child, Rose’s Luxury. The elaborate, wonder-filled tasting menu wowed Michelin -- they awarded Pineapple and Pearls a cool two stars.

715 8th St SE
Washington, District Of Columbia 20003
United States

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A Rake's Progress

in American

Local food crusader chef Spike Gjerde of Woodberry Kitchen in Baltimore lets his culinary philosophy of sustainability take center stage at his first DC restaurant, A Rake’s Progress, inside The Line Hotel. From the moment you take your seat and receive a menu kissed with a wax seal, the attention to detail is intensely apparent. Inside the menu, you’ll find an assortment of dishes, most of which come from the wood-burning hearth that runs all evening.

1770 Euclid St. NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20009
United States

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Cortez Restaurant and Rooftop Bar

in Tex-Mex, Mexican

Named after the Sea of Cortez, this restaurant and tequila bar from the Takoda team is channeling Baja California. The menu stars tacos, with fillings like beer-battered fish and citrus pork shoulder. They’re accompanied by staple starters like guacamole and elote. To drink, there’s tequila, rum, Latin-American beer, classic Mexican cocktails, and frozen drinks.

1905 9th St NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20001
United States

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