Washington DC Dining

Washington DC DinningIn Washington, D.C., there are many dining options to choose from. It is never impossible to find a place to eat at any time of the day. Some of the restaurants are located in some of the city's nicest neighborhoods. One area in particular to check out is in the DuPont Circle neighborhood. One of the city’s most popular restaurants is “The Front Page.” From its $2 drink specials and free tacos during Happy Hour to their gourmet burgers and appetizers, the Front Page is a place to go during a night on the town.

If you’re a fan of the steakhouse restaurants, "Fogo de Chao" located on Pennsylvania Avenue is worth the visit. This upscale Brazilian steakhouse located near Metro Center features an all you can eat dinner at a fixed price. There is a wide variety of meats and a great selection at their salad bar. One interesting feature is their colored coasters. One side is green, telling your server you want seconds. The other side is red, which means you've had enough. Murphy’s of DC is another place perfect for dinner. Murphy’s is an Irish Pub and Restaurant with daily specials that are guaranteed not to disappoint.

Another area of Washington D.C. to check out for good food is Adams Morgan. Near the venues of D.C.’s nightlife is “The Diner.” Open 24 hours a day, The Diner is one of the restaurants preferred by the night owls or those looking for a place to eat breakfast. Also open late at night is Kramer’s Books and Afterwards Café. Located near DuPont Circle, the café is located at the back of a bookstore. There is live music every night. They serve dinner and desert to-go, even well into the late night hours. Unlike The Diner, Kramer’s is not open 24 hours a day.

There are some restaurants that are the best spots during the breakfast or brunch hours. One place to check out for breakfast is “Open City”, located on Connecticut Avenue. For the breakfast lovers, Open City serves breakfast all day long. The restaurant’s casual, laid back atmosphere is perfect for a café and a place to chill with friends over brunch. The Mad Hatter is also another popular restaurant to eat during brunch. Like the name, the Mad Hatter is complete with its décor based on the legendary tale of “Alice In Wonderland.”