35 "Lunch" restaurants in Washington DC.
Part trendy clothing store, part Cambodian/Thai restaurant, Maketto might just be the coolest spot in DC right now.
Another Jose Andres spot with solid tapas. Head to Zaytinya for a power lunch that doesn’t feel like a power lunch.
Timber is a casual pizza spot in Shaw that's great for a low-key dinner or a group-hang outside.
Smoked & Stacked is a sandwich shop in Shaw that will meet (and exceed) all your greasy pastrami needs.
A casual spot by day, and a proper restaurant by night, hit The Partisan in Penn Quarter if you really enjoy meat.
There are plenty of ramen options in the District nowadays. Head to Daikaya in Chinatown when you're craving lighter, more traditional noodles.
Federalist Pig in Adams Morgan is serving some of the best barbecue in town.
Hill Country is a DC barbecue VIP, and it’s conveniently located in Penn Quarter.
The food at Colada Shop is just okay, but the space and location make it a good place for a quick meal around U Street.
Bread Furst is a bakery in Van Ness with some of our favorite pastries in town. It’s also a good spot for a quick breakfast or lunch.
Northside Social is a coffee shop by day and a wine bar at night. If you live in Arlington, it will come in handy at least once a week.
Most of the Chinese food in Arlington is sub-par. Peter Chang is the exception.
Yona is a ramen spot in Arlington that plays Biggie and works for a date or dinner with a friend.
In the middle of Clarendon, Cava Mezze is a solid spot for a Mediterranean group dinner or brunch.