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The capital’s formerly stodgy dining scene has evolved into a foodie paradis as old-time classics have taken permanent spots across the city
Including the city's top pizzerias and, arguably, the best seafood restaurant in America
Crowds line up by Franklin Square food trucks manned by inventive culinary talents
District of Columbia? More like District of Canoodling.
The battered chick'n sandwich with creamy peppercorn ranch at HipCityVeg
At Duke's Grocery, order the proper burger: with Angus beef, melted Gouda, sweet chili sauce and arugula
DC’s caffeine scene is not entirely 24/7—though some café come close
Expect Montreal-style bagels (more compact and smaller than their New York cousins)
The scene includes a vegan diner, Fare Well, that even carnivores will appreciate
Long gone are the days when residents would pine for a decent bowl of ramen or roll of sushi
Smoky eggplant, sweet dates, lemon-splashed lamb, perfectly cooked kebab and falafel—yum
Serving dal, fiery chutneys, chat and thali, dense samosas and neutered chicken tikka
Range from casual bistros to white-tablecloth temples of gastronomy
Head to Osteria Morini, which pays homage to the Emilia-Romagna region of Northern Italy
From exciting tacos to tasty nachos and burritos (with some tamales in-between)
We're no longer solely a cheesesteak-and-pretzel town.
Don't forget that agriculture is the second largest local industry.
Local chefs are enjoying the access to new flavors and ingredients.
Many Floridian eateries boast farm-to-table, organic and sustainable practices. And we’re here for it.