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Founding Farmers - DC
(4805)
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American | Foggy Bottom
Ambar - Arlington
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Tapas / Small Plates | Arlington
Farmers Fishers Bakers
(2129)
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American | Georgetown
Filomena Ristorante
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Italian | Georgetown
Gyu-Kaku - Arlington, VA
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Japanese | Arlington
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Northeast Restaurants

Treat your taste buds: Explore Northeast restaurants

Northeast Restaurants

El CaminoEl Camino
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Latin American | Northeast, District of Columbia

El Camino is a stylish and delicious Mexican restaurant and bar in Washington, DC with lunch, dinner and brunch options available. In addition to serving food and beverages, El Camino also has a weekly late-night dance party for tourists and locals who want to get burn off some tacos.

Some favorite menu options include the vegetable enchilada, pollo en molé verde, Puerco asada and a variety of gluten-free taco options. The El Camino burrito is a crowd-pleaser, as well. If you come in for brunch, try the popular Mexican breakfast sandwich or the chorizo. Desserts include mango flan, très leches cake and others.

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Old Engine 12 RestaurantOld Engine 12 Restaurant
200 reviews
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Contemporary American | Northeast, District of Columbia

Arrived for a reservation mid-day on New Year's Eve. Was pleasantly surprised that the restaurant wasn't packed. We waited quite some time to get served, but once we finally did, the gentleman was apologetic and attentive, so all was well. Food was excellent and well priced for what you get. Not a huge amount of food on the buffet but had everything we needed. And that green, homemade salad dressing...so good. As well as the brussel sprouts. Just so good! Overall we enjoyed our experience, the ambiance, and the food. More

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Rustik Neighborhood TavernRustik Neighborhood Tavern
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American | Northeast, District of Columbia

Rustik Neighborhood Tavern has been a popular spot in Washington, D.C. since the establishment opened its doors in 2010. It prides itself on being the ideal place for people to visit with friends and family, to grab a drink and to watch the game and dine. Rustik Neighborhood Tavern serves brunch, lunch and dinner.

Some of the Rustik Neighborhood Tavern popular options found on the menu include the specialty pizzas, cheese and meat board, kale salad, fresh pita with lamb, gyro chicken and sliders. Those with a sweet tooth will certainly want to try the grassroots chocolate bourbon pecan pie.

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The Pub and the PeopleThe Pub and the People
1 review
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American | Northeast, District of Columbia

Great neighborhood spot for happy hour. Love the charcuterie plate. More

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Wicked Bloom DCWicked Bloom DC
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Gastro Pub | Northeast, District of Columbia

Wicked Bloom in D.C. is a unique bar that serves small-plate BBQ snacks and doubles as a dining area for nearby sister restaurant DC City Smokehouse. Wicked Bloom is creatively decorated with quirky designs that set it apart from many of its "modern" counterparts. The bar menu is full of creative cocktails, and the restaurant specializes in whiskey cocktails specifically, with several varieties of bourbon and whiskey from Kentucky, Tennessee, Canada and Ireland.

The menu at Wicked Bloom consists primarily of barbecue and finger food. One of the most popular dishes is the brisket nachos with guacamole, beans and sour cream, all of which are piled high with slow cooked slices of BBQ brisket. Wicked Bloom also has live music every night, featuring various blues and rock acts that range from local celebrities to touring music acts.

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ANXO Cidery & Pintxos BarANXO Cidery & Pintxos Bar
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European | Northeast, District of Columbia

ANXO aims to put the traditional Mid-Atlantic’s passion for hard cider back on the map, serving the scrumptious beverage and Basque dishes in its contemporary and welcoming Washington D.C. eatery. Snack options, such as the tantalizing Spanish olives and the roasted Marcona almonds are great starters, as are the cured meats and imported cheese charcuterie plates. Larger plate options include the hanger steak with poached leeks, the roasted quail with crispy serrano and the bunuelos de bacalao salt cod fritters. ANXO also has a pintxos menu, with tapas-like dishes such as the cauliflower-stuffed piquillo, the carrot soup with smoked mussel, the tortilla de patatas montadito potato omelet and the shrimp gamba a la rusa with quail egg.

You can’t visit ANXO without sampling some cider. Enjoy the Flight of the Day with your meal – four different selections of cider in 2oz. servings.

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Crisp Kitchen + BarCrisp Kitchen + Bar
5 reviews
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Contemporary American | Northeast, District of Columbia

Nice little quaint place to go and actually talk with friends over brunch! $15 bottomless deal is excellent and the guy constantly refills you! Yummy chicken and waffles and other foods. More

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Discover Northeast

The Italian food is just one of the many reasons why people flock to the northeast area of Washington, D.C. Here, classics like spaghetti and pizza take on fresh tones with flavor infusions drawn from across the Mediterranean. It's not all about the dishes from Naples, however. Other restaurants reflect the diversity of the neighborhood’s large African-American population. One eatery may have Southern-style biscuits and gravy on the menu, and right next door, a hip bar might be serving dawa, a cocktail originally from Kenya. The global adventure doesn't end there. While you're in northeast D.C., stop by a food truck to get a taste of authentic tacos.

Discover Northeast

The Italian food is just one of the many reasons why people flock to the northeast area of Washington, D.C. Here, classics like spaghetti and pizza take on fresh tones with flavor infusions drawn from across the Mediterranean. It's not all about the dishes from Naples, however. Other restaurants reflect the diversity of the neighborhood’s large African-American population. One eatery may have Southern-style biscuits and gravy on the menu, and right next door, a hip bar might be serving dawa, a cocktail originally from Kenya. The global adventure doesn't end there. While you're in northeast D.C., stop by a food truck to get a taste of authentic tacos.