1525 Wilson Blvd Arlington, VA (703) 312-7553
Bacon Paradise - All bacon menu.
1025 N Fillmore St, Apt G Arlington, VA (571) 970-6460
Offering patrons the real tastes of home, Bakeshop is the place to go for all the treats you craved as a child.
1515 N Courthouse Rd Arlington, VA (703) 243-2410
This bakery is bringing a Lousiana flare to the DC area, from classic beignets and pralines to the irresistable pork corn.
1213 U St NW Washington, DC (202) 667-0909
"Half-Smoke," a half-pork, half-sausage frankfurter topped with Ben's famous chili
1523 22ND ST NW Washington, DC (202) 293-1885
Enjoy a fine selection of 50 rare draft brews, cask ales and over 500 bottled beers from around the world. Come celebrate a passion for beer
1201 24TH St NW Washington, DC (202) 419-6755
300 Tingey St Se Washington, DC (202) 524-4862
Craft brewery and beer bar with over 20 drafts.
818 N Quincy St # 105 Arlington, VA (703) 650-9676
Elevating the classics from delicious to extraordinarly decadant since it opened, this Arlington gem serves treats like their tricked out co
527 8th St Se Washington, DC (202) 543-9090
spicy Greek gyros drenched in a scorching Harissa sauce
1337 14th St NW Washington, DC (202) 567-2576
Everyday they use fresh ingredients, the New Luther is their famous sandwich on Sundays only. Fried chicken between a donut with maple syru
3000 M St NW Washington, DC (202) 625-2150
Gail Simmons - Lobster Begula Pasta
3236 M St NW Washington, DC (202) 333-9180
109 S Saint Asaph St Alexandria, VA (703) 683-1776
Historic eatery that's dishing up a classic stroganoff made with succulent bison short ribs and buttery, homemade noodles.
5037 Connecticut Ave NW Washington, DC (202) 364-0404
3291 M St NW Washington, DC (202) 625-6625
Moving Target Washington, DC (202) 642-6052
First mobile food truck in DC
423 8th Street SE Washington, DC (202) 546-1935
Spiciest DC Half-smoke...
1339 H St. NE Washington, DC (202) 398-7437
Savory and sweet pies.
3511 Maryland Ave Cheverly, MD (301) 773-5444
1418 14th St NW Washington, DC (202) 817-3900
artisan gelato combines local ingredients, old-world methods, and innovative flavors
2007 18th St NW Washington, DC (202) 607-1572
Hidden speakeasy within Jack Rose, specializing in prohibition classics.
1839 7th St NW Washington, DC (202) 316-9396
Great oyster bar and some great mixed drinks and oyster shooters
1063 Wisconsin Ave NW Washington, DC (202) 338-8800
Washington Institution, Pasta mommas (watch them make pasta through the front window), Free zambuca or amaretto at the end of the meal.
1100 Florida Ave NW Washington, DC (202) 265-1586
Andrew meets up with culinary historian Michael Twitty. Andrew tries chitterlings, stewed pork intestine, and scrapple, pig organs and scrap
Moving Target Washington, DC
Ethiopian inspired cuisine.
1924 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington, DC (202) 822-8783
Robert Irvine - Devil-ish Eggs
1323 Connecticut Ave NW Washington, DC (202) 524-5210
he perfect way to describe the unique doughnuts at this new hotspot
303 Pennsylvania Ave SE Washington, DC (202) 543-8222
Vegetarian Fast Food
Spike Mendelsohn - Fifth
1238 H St NE Washington, DC (202) 399-2546
Moules frites throwdown. Winner: Teddy Folkman
809 12TH St NE Washington, DC (202) 397-6040
"jumbo" version of their signature fried fish (whiting) sandwich, which is topped with coleslaw and tartar sauce and placed between eight sl
2007 18th St NW Washington, DC (202) 588-7388
Over 1800 whiskeys to choose from. Largest whiskey collection in North America
480 7TH St NW Washington, DC (202) 628-7949
Spanish Tapas / Small Plates
Marc Murphy - Paella
2341 18th St Nw # 1 Washington, DC (202) 234-2200
Camille heads to Jumbo Slice to check in with how the big brother in this battle is creating his Jumbo Slices.
14 F St NW Washington, DC (202) 543-5433
Traditional Irish pub right in DC, over 30 years.
300 W Broad St Falls Church, VA (703) 533-0076
South American Latin American
South American joint attached to a motel where the Venezuelan sandwich comes loaded with shredded beef, black beans and cheese, or chicken s
4819 Annapolis Rd Bladensburg, MD
Andrew visits La Chiquita, known to have the best pupusas in DC. Andrew has yuca frita, made with cassava root; curtido, a mix of pickled ca
3195 Wilson Blvd Arlington, VA (703) 465-9360
4711 Lee Hwy Arlington, VA (703) 528-2464
home-cooking the classics from French toast to leg of lamb
405 8th Street NW Washington, DC (202) 393-0812
Giada De Laurentis - Caprese Injection
675 15TH St NW Washington, DC (202) 347-4801
Established in 1856, it was a favorite of Presidents Grant, Cleveland, Harding and Theodore Roosevelt and is still a popular meeting spot fo
1005 U St NW Washington, DC (202) 667-7142
Soul Food and Chicken Wings.
401 7th St NW Washington, DC (202) 628-1005
A creation of Jose Andres, Oyamel is a delectable tapas restaurant in the Nation's capitol.
6029 Leesburg Pike Falls Church, VA (703) 671-8088
Duff Goldman - Peking Duck
8402 Georgia Ave. Silver Spring, MD (301) 588-9001
sinking Pirate-themed bar in Silver Spring, MD. But mutiny is in the air when Jon forces the pirate staff to cater to the city
2445 18th St NW Washington, DC (202) 234-9700
Camille visits Pizza Mart where the younger brother in the DC Food War has some special recipes for his Jumbo Slices
3125 Mount Pleasant St NW Ste 1 Washington, DC (202) 387-8411
Dive bar since 1935
Fairfax and N. Stafford Washington, DC
banh mi sandwiches by a mom and daughter team
1401 Pennsylvania Ave Nw Washington, DC (202) 628-9100
In the Willard Hotel , few blocks from the white house, favorite drinking spot of many politicians serving up classic cocktails
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serving world fare cuisine in flatbreads
515 15th St NW Washington, DC (202) 638-5900