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Dining in Washington, DC

Long gone are the days of labeling Washington, D.C. as a steak-centric city. From fast casual to Michelin-starred dining, there truly is something for every taste in D.C.

Michelin-starred Moments

In 2017, Washington, D.C. officially became a Michelin starred city and since then the Michelin man comes to town each year to designate stars to restaurants throughout DC and in Virginia. From the innovative Bresca to D.C. staple, Sushi Taro the city lights up with excitement when that little red book gets its annual update. To view all of the Michelin starred restaurants in the city, visit the guide online.

A Brunch Town

Once the weekend rolls around, Washington, D.C. is ready to brunch. On Saturday and Sunday mornings and afternoons, you can find groups of friends sampling unlimited small plates and mimosas at Ambar, enjoying home made pop tarts at Ted’s Bulletin or celebrating at one of D.C.’s best drag brunches at Perry’s. To learn more about brunching in Washington, DC, Eater DC has a guide that is updated often.

Make it Fast…Casual

D.C. professionals are always on the go and with so much to see and do in Washington, visitors are often looking to grab a quick meal during the day. Washington, D.C. has no shortage of lunch options that will have you back at your desk or sightseeing in a matter of moments. Call Your Mother, Compliments Only, Bub and Pops and Super Tacos are just a few fast casual options around the city that are open for lunch for pickup or delivery.

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