Local chef Aaron Silverman’s two-story Barrack’s Row joint is worth every bit of buzz it gets. The menu is Southern meets Jewish meets Japanese meets French meets Thai meets your grandmother’s home cooking (the restaurant is named after Silverman's paternal grandmother), and changes often. The days of Rose's not taking reservations are over, but not a drop of charm has been lost.
Very important things get done in our nation's capital, but nothing can happen without fuel and sustenance. That isn’t opinion, that is a fact, and the best restaurants in Washington, D.C. have been holding up their end of the bargain for years. Whether you are after a fine-dining extravaganza or something quick and easy that can be devoured on the move, you’ll find it in the busy metropolis.
Washington, D.C. is one of the most diverse cities in the United States, and that is mirrored in its culinary scene. Everything from Filipino to French is available here, with new tastes and cuisines around every corner. After a day of exploring the best museums and attractions (or banging out a peace treaty with ol’ POTUS), make a beeline for these magnificent eats.
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