Billing itself as a "next generation deli," DGS is an ode to the old-time Jewish delicatessen of 100 years ago. Meats are brined, cured, and smoked in house. The breads are old-world excellent. The vibe is modern with great respect for the past. Must eat: pastrami!
Mitsitam Native Foods Café gives visitors to the Smithsonian Museums a rare chance to enjoy delicious Native American foods from around country.
For more than six decades, this soul-food diner in DC has been a destination for those in search of country ham and biscuits, fried pork chops, and all kinds of fine southern-style vegetables. Meals are served with charm and expertise by a staff eager to make sure customers are well-fed and happy.
Home of the unique DC street food, the half-smoke, Ben's has become a beloved institution in the Capital. Its smoky links and hot dogs are big and delicious, its French fries excellent, and its sweet potato cake for dessert truly memorable.