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Like the other outlets of the franchise, you can expect to be served with the fine helping of post-meal snacks at Dolcezza at Logan Circle. Charming with a rustic feel, as you enter this gelateria you feel you taste-buds tingle as you take in the strong aroma of coffee and your eyes catch the sight of the enticing flavors of ice-cream in the cooler. The myriad different combinations and single fruit flavors of Italian-style gelatos and sherbets promise to bring out the inner child in you. While you're here be sure to try out the coffee and cappuccino which are carefully brewed, paying attention to the tiniest of details to ensure a cup of pure delight at each serving.
At Churchkey, beer is not just another drink, but rather it is a passion and way of life. The bar boasts a jaw-dropping, vast and varied selection of 555 beers that represent a host of regions, traditions and flavor profiles; a kind of chronicle of the story of this magnificent, yet humble brew from around the world. While the beer selection is ever beer lover's dream come true, paired with expertly-crafted, scrumptious bites, like Brat Burgers, Disco fires with sausage gravy and Grafton cheddar cheese, fire-roasted shishito peppers and hand-rolled cavatelli, a meal at Churckey promises to be one that you will not soon forget.
Dining at this innovative American restaurant, No. Ten Thomas Circle at the Washington Plaza Hotel is a delightful experience. Chef Jon Dornbusch is known for adding something to his dishes that is just a little bit unexpected and surprising. His cheddar cheese fritter soup-which is unusual by itself-is enhanced further with Creole tomatoes and caraway seed. His broiled Atlantic Salmon is served with a chowder of oysters, bacon and potatoes. And who can begin to fathom what might be in his Kitchen Sink Brownie Sundae? A weekend BBQ buffet is offered for an amazingly low price.
Birch & Barley prides itself on an unrivaled and quite extensive beer list that complements their contemporary American fare. Featuring a warm and inviting interior designed to cater to everyone who walks through the doors, lured in by the aromatic scents wafting in the air, this establishment is an absolute marvel, whipping up delectable delights under the watchful eye of the talented chef Jarrad Silver. The much-lauded restaurant features over 555 beer varieties sourced from local breweries, as well as bottles, drafts and ale, and it also offers an assortment of wines and ingeniously concocted cocktails to pick from. The menu by chef Kyle Bailey offers pan-seared cod, honey glazed duck breast and crudo of kampachi, as well as cheese platters. End your meal on a sweet note with the creamsicle cheesecake.
Located in Dupont Circle, Luna Grill and Diner has been serving patrons diner fare since 1970. It's a diner with a casual atmosphere done right, although the floors could use more regular attention. The friendly staff are eager to help you with your choices, whether that be a burger, breakfast, or turkey with mashed potatoes. Try the French fries. Specials change daily, and there are even early bird ones. In the evenings, a full bar helps to wash down the greasy spoon delights. Luna gets busy during the lunchtime rush, but is usually worth the wait. Save room for dessert. - Wynne Boelt
DC Improv books local and national comedians; several comic giants, including Robin Williams, Jerry Seinfeld and Rosie O'Donnell, have brought the house down. This is a large club, with over 50 tables scattered in front of the stage. Shows often sell out, especially for national acts, so it is wise to buy tickets in advance. The menu includes items such as salads and Mexican entrees. Beer, wine and cocktails are available as well.