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This family-run establishment serves delectable American cuisine in a friendly atmosphere. Located in Dupont Circle, this is a favorite of local foodies, thanks to the casual vibe and efficient service. The elaborate menu, which allows diners to opt for gluten-free, has selections like Seafood Marinara, Pan Seared Rockfish and Pumpkin Goat Cheese Ravioli. They welcome families with kids as well with a choice of burgers and sandwiches for the little ones. Scion Restaurant is definitely a cheerful place to dine.
BGR The Burger Joint boasts multiple branches in the Unites States, especially in Virginia and Maryland. However, compared to large burger chain restaurants, each of its locations offers a unique experience and this Washington DC branch is no exception. The interiors have whimsical decor with bright violet and red walls and multi-colored lamps. The menu is sketched on a blackboard and is appealing to both adults and children. Enjoy burger selections like The Nine Pounder and Ahi Tuna or create your own burger by choosing from different breads, meats and greens. Guests can also avail of boxed meals for takeaway, which come with trendy graphic or pop art on the box covers.
Restaurant Nora is well loved by discerning diners in Washington. A forerunner in the organic food movement, Chef Nora Pouillon has long been transforming the freshest and healthiest meats and produce into creative and tasty dishes. The menu changes often, but expect preparations like rack of lamb, blue nosed snapper and Amish duck. So if you love experimenting with food, this joint is the place for you.
This Dupont Circle bar caters to the thirty-somethings who live and work in the neighborhood. As the name implies, there is a newspaper theme in this popular pub. The Front Page offers good complimentary appetizers at its two bar areas. In warm weather, patrons tend to gather on the patio. The menu offers classic American fare such as sandwiches, salads and steaks, but it is the ribs that are the house specialty. On the first Tuesday of every month, the National Science Foundation cohosts "Cafe Scientifique," a science-themed (and beer-fueled) symposium and discussion.
Polished wooden floors, stone walls, a glass bar and the decorated 'firefly tree' in the center of the dining area are the elements that create a warm ambience at the Firefly Restaurant. The cuisine is American and chef John Wabeck strives to give you the best deals. Roasted chicken with sweet corn gratin, shiitake mushroom sauce and spinach and steak frites with shallot butter and red wine sauce are some of the entrees on offer and be sure to order the chocolate napoleon for dessert. Do visit when the Firefly hosts an event, which it does often, you can even organize your very own cocktail party here.
If you wish to unwind after a long day in the city then The Manor is the spot to be. The place has a vivacious ambiance throughout their working hours; it has a sumptuous decor that boasts of near-perfect acoustics, impressive seating spaces and vibrant light accents that cast a dream-like glow. Their bar is rich with eclectic spirits and the bartenders are known to work magic with each of them. The pulsating music keeps patrons grooving till wee hours of the night at The Manor, while their delectable American menu satiates your well-worked appetite. The place is quite popular for their happy hours and hence is bustling with a large crowd from 5p to 8p from Tuesdays through Fridays. Reservations come highly recommended.
The Chickery is a chicken shop and an American restaurant. The place is essentially known for its delectable roasted chicken options, that the chefs create using the best of locally sourced ingredients. Some of the better known items on the menu include chicken feathers with Parmensan cheese and crunch top mac and cheese. With prices so reasonable for food so delicious, The Chickery makes for a good place for your next casual dining hangout.
The name "Madhatter" is the owner's homage to the fictitious character of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. With Alice-themed artworks on the walls and cocktails like the Large Hat (a large cocktail served in a hat-shaped cup) the atmosphere is half the fun. Enjoy bottomless mimosas and brunch, or fajitas, pizza, and sandwiches.