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District Doughnut is the doughnut shop of Georgetown. If you need any further proof, watch them make créme brûlée doughnuts. If you are not drooling after, then I don't need you and your negativity in my life.
Chef Robert Weland specializes in seasonally inspired, locally sourced cuisine at his restaurant. Pop in for buttery Parker House rolls, spiced carrots, and rabbit tagliatelle. Or book a pig roast ($70 per person; one week advance notice) featuring suckling pig, sauerkraut, mac and cheese, and fruit…
Salted Dulce de Leche, Nutella Cream, Cherry Blossom, Brown Butter. Menu changes seasonally. Delish.
“Enjoy fresh quiche, a perfectly crusted kouign amann cake, or a signature spice bun at this Middle Eastern bakery and market. They’re right next door to The Sweet Lobby, and often share mutual admiration for each other’s products on social media; in this day and age, nothing says “fusion” like a matcha latte and a macaron.”
“Great sandwiches, fresh-baked bread and other sweet treats. A few outdoor tables good for people watching.”
“Recently given a Michelin star and named many years running as a top restaurant in the country - they used to not accept reservations so you would have to line up in the afternoon to get a dinner slot. They do same day reservations now though starting at 9am, which you can access through their website. Definitely a splurge date night place!”
“Neighborhood Restaurant Group’s debut brewery has become part of the fabric of Navy Yard, attracting baseball fans and beer geeks alike. Bluejacket has a rotating lineup of 16 draft beers and four casks, all produced in-house. Favorites include Mexican Radio spiced sweet stout and the Lost Weekend IPA. Select cans are available for purchase starting on noon each Friday. The kitchen turns out satisfying bar fare, too. Expect dishes like a fried mumbo sauce chicken sandwich or loaded potato skins.”