15 "Quick Eats" restaurants in Washington DC.
Smoked & Stacked is a sandwich shop in Shaw that will meet (and exceed) all your greasy pastrami needs.
Super Pollo is a reliable cheap eats option in Arlington with excellent Peruvian chicken.
For big, meat-heavy sandwiches that will probably put you to sleep, go to Stachowski in Georgetown.
The massive subs and pizza by the slice at The Italian Store will make your Arlington lunch breaks a lot better.
A Shake Shack in Navy Yard means you can get your fix without waiting in the huge line for the one in the stadium.
Head to Bonchon in Navy Yard for Korean fried chicken before a Nats game or for a quick lunch.
&pizza does make-your-own fast-casual pizza, and it’s great for an easy lunch or dinner in Foggy Bottom.
Swizzler is a gourmet hot dog truck (you have options like pesto and mozzarella) that you can find around GW, Georgetown, and Northwest DC.
The best sandwiches in Foggy Bottom are at Jetties. Expect a long line at lunch, but the Thanksgiving Nobadeer is worth it.
One of the best spots in Bethesda for lunch. The sandwiches are stars of the menu, but they also have salads and soups.
Sweetgreen in Bethesda is further proof that the chain is taking over the DMV with salads. That’s a good thing.
You know the drill at Cava: build your own Mediterranean bowl/wrap. Pretty much whatever you make will turn out great.
When you're feeling guilty about all the pizza you've had recently, head to Shouk in Mt. Vernon for healthy-ish salads and pita sandwiches.