The second branch of a D.C. Ethiopian spot, this restaurant and bar took over the space housing Suma. The décor is modern-contemporary and the menu features dishes—from beef to vegan—served on one large platter, meant for sharing, and Ethiopian wine.
Extensive Chinese menu features many familiar favorites, but this is the place to go for dumplings. With tender dough wrappers and chock-full interiors, these beauties come 12 to an order and with 16 different filling choices. Fresh, uncooked dumplings are also available for carryout.
Pastelitos, empanadas and tostones are among the Latin food offerings at this D.C.-based, fast-casual, Cuban-style cafe. The menu offers breakfast items, salads, sandwiches, pastries, snacks, coffee drinks, cocktails and desserts (including key lime pie in a screw-top jar). The colorfully decorated space seats 100 inside, and there’s room for another 65 outside.
The bright-orange building houses Montgomery County's largest brewery, featuring core beers and seasonal offerings, along with drafts from other regional breweries. Menu of snacks, sandwiches and salads includes vegetarian options. There is a large outdoor beer garden and indoor seating overlooking the brewery.
This fast-casual California-based chain serves hot dogs, sausages, burgers and chicken sandwiches. The hot dogs are all beef, hormone- and antibiotic-free and are served on griddled buttered King's Hawaiian rolls. The industrial-chic space includes picnic tables, TVs, a bar and more than two dozen beer choices.