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Price Key to restaurants is based on average cost per person that includes one appetizer, entree, dessert, one non- alcoholic beverage and 10% sales tax. Tip not included.

$           under $25
$$        $26 - $35
$$$      over $35


Monocle is the restaurant where you are most likely to spot a member of Congress eating lunch or dinner. Atmosphere is probably more than half the reason to go to Monocle, but if you do go, try the crab cakes and other seafood dishes. Closed weekends. 
107 D Street NE , Capitol Hill (202) 546-4488 AE,DC,MC,V  $$-$$$

B. Smith, located inside Union Station offers a delicious combination of Southern and Creole cuisine. Louisiana-born Chef Robert Holmes has created an innovative menu of house specials and standards like the fantastic jambalaya.
50 Massachusetts Ave. NE, Capitol Hill (202) 289-6188  AE,DC,D,MC,V $$$

Heart & Soul has Southern/Creole cuisine with a Caribbean influence. The blackened dishes or those rubbed with Jamaican spices are out of this world.
424 8th Street SE, Capitol Hill (202) 546-8801 AE,MC,V $

Often crowded for lunch and dinner, Sam & Harry’s is a haven for cigar smokers. The menu offers a wide variety of delicious steaks, chops and seafood. Save room for the deserts.  Closed Sundays & no lunch on Saturday.
1200 19th Street NW, Downtown (202) 296-4333 AE,D,DC,MC,V $$$$

Old Ebbitt Grill is one of the busiest restaurants in town, but the capacious booths never make you feel cramped. The huge bars draw lots of people as does the fact that dinner is served until 1 AM. 
675 15th Street NW, Downtown (202) 347-4800 AE,D,DC,MC,V $$$

Sholl’s Colonial Cafeteria is a real Washington institution that draws a variety of clientele. It’s no wonder with so many dishes under $5 and the renowned fruit pies for about $1.  No dinner on Sunday.
1990 K Street NW, Downtown  (202)296-3065    Cash Only. $

Georgia Brown’s - Award winning architect Adam Tihany designed the dining room of Georgia Brown’s, a popular restaurant featuring the cooking of South Carolina. The fantastic food and unusual dining room create a worthwhile dining experience.
950 15th  Street NW, Downtown  (202) 393-4499  AE,D,DC,MC,V  $$

Brickskeller Inn is a great destination for those with hearty appetites. Large portions of ribs, burgers, pizza and seafood are available. Compliment your meal with one (or two) of Brickskeller’s huge selection of beers. 
1523 22nd Ave. NW, Dupont Circle (202) 293-1885 AE,D,DC,MC,V  $

The Front Page Restaurant and Grille is a nice, casual restaurant that is decorated with historic front pages. The crab cakes are the specialty, but the ribs are quite good too. 
1333 New Hampshire Ave. NW, Dupont Circle (202) 296-6500 AE,DC,MC,V 

Kramerbooks & Afterwords Café - Attached to Kramerbooks, the Dupont Circle landmark, the Kramerbooks & Afterwords Café offers good food late into the evening. (Open 24 hours on Fri & Sat) Live music Wednesday through Saturday. The weekly specials are usually very good and reasonably priced. Outdoor seating is available during the summer.   
1517 Connecticut Ave. NW, Dupont Circle (202) 387-1462  AE,DC,MC,V $

Tabard Inn is a delightful restaurant that features much of its own vegetables in the dishes. The restaurant owns a farm, so the produce doesn’t get much fresher. In warmer weather the quaint courtyard is open. 
1739 N Street NW, Dupont Circle (202) 785-6173 MC,V $$

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