Washington DC has some of the most unique and interesting restaurants in the entire nation. The city is the nation’s capitol after all, and so it is buzzing with all kinds of entertainment, things to do and places to eat. Not only is DC a great place to visit, but it is a great place to learn some history. As you take in everything you can about the capital city of the United States of America, take in as much as you can as well from three of its best restaurants.
District Chophouse & Brewery is one of those top establishments, and you can find it on 7th Street NW. Prime rib, chicken tenders, crab bisque and much more await you at this brewery and eatery. This isn’t your average pub food, though there is nothing wrong with pub food either. This is a place to enjoy some delicious steaks for starters, and you know you are also in for delicious brews. Just be prepared for a more sophisticated atmosphere, which hey, it’s DC so you might as well get used to it.
Floriana on 17th Street NW is another popular establishment, and it is known for short rib ravioli, Muscovy duck, arugala salads, lasagna and much more. The food served up at Floriana sounds like the best, even down to the arugala salads. This is a high end It’s restaurant, and the wine list is said to be superb. You know that you are going to be enjoying the best fresh pastas, and can you imagine what the desserts would look like?
Hill Country Barbecue Market is on 7th Street NW, and are you wondering what the brisket tastes like in DC? Menu highlights mention a Pitmaster Special that is quite popular. You evidently get several different meats when you order that special. I am used to getting two or three meat choices, but my goodness, that is a lot. This establishment is extremely popular, and so you can’t go wrong stopping by if it is barbecue that you crave.
These three top-rated restaurants in DC are not going to disappoint. You still have a ton of other choices, but it helps to know which establishments stick out from among the rest. You are going to be thrilled if you pay them a visit. The barbecue served up at the one restaurant sounds like it is just as good as any. Enjoy those good eats in DC.