Washington, DC – There is always a sense of reward to help passersby find a great place to have dinner in our city and so I’ve aggregated a list from a familiar metro stop to help people find their way to our best cuisine offerings.
Starting from the Chinatown/Gallery Place metro station stop at the corner of 7th and H Street Northwest, here are some great places starting from the shortest walk, 2 minutes to Daiyaka Ramen, to a longer but worthy trek of about 14 minutes to Joe’s Seafood. Enjoy, share and follow their social media channels!
DAIYAKA (2 minute walk)
705 6th Street Northwest
A delicious reliable and funky ramen shop!
CITY TAP HOUSE (3 minute walk)
901 9th Street Northwest
So many beers on tap and more!
CHINA CHILCANO (6 minute walk)
418 7th Street Northwest
Jose Andres’ latest fusion, think Peru and Asian with a thick Spanish accent.
COMING SOON! FIG & OLIVE (6 minute walk)
CityCenterDC, 825 10th Street Northwest
A great menu featuring the best olive oils, flavors and cuisine from the Riviera and Coastal regions of the South of France, Italy and Spain. I can’t believe there’s no butter!
CASA LUCA (8 minute walk)
1099 New York Avenue Northwest
Italian wines on tap with a strong menu from Executive Chef Erin Clarke.
DIGNITARY (8 minute walk)
901 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest
A modern whiskey bar featuring over 40 local and regional bourbons and serious scotch.
TOSCA (9 minute walk)
1112 F Street Northwest
An edgy Italian menu by Executive Chef Matteo Venini.
NEW! MASTRO’S (11 minute walk)
600 13th Street Northwest
An upscale steakhouse founded in Scottsdale in 1999 that has become “the preferred steakhouse of celebs and locals” all over the U.S.
NEW! NOELIA (13 minute walk)
1319 F Street Northwest
A native of Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Chef Fisher’s has provided exciting menus for; The Ritz-Carlton Half Moon Bay, The Gaylord National, Osprey’s Landing and Dominion Valley Country Club. Now he flexes his culinary might at this soon-to-be dining favorite.
JOE’S SEAFOOD (14 minute walk)
750 15th Street Northwest
With its roots in Miami and a long rich history in Chicago, it was only a matter of time before Joe’s headed to the Nation’s capital. A legendary seafood house with steaks to match.
RareSweets (7 minute walk)
963 Palmer Alley
Cakes: German Chocolate, Lemon & Rhubarb, Chocolate Lavender, Red Velvet Beet, Spicy Chocolate, Brown Butter Almond
Rotating Ice Creams: Vanilla Bean, Sour Cream & Sorghum, Caramel, Lavender, Oatmeal Raisin, Mint Cacao Nib
ASTRO DOUGHNUTS AND FRIED CHICKEN (11 minute walk, closes at 5:30pm)
1308 G Street Northwest
Flavors; boston cream, brooklyn blackout, Nutella, strawberry , passionfruit, vanilla glazed, maple bacon, pb&j, crème brûlée