Washington DC’s diverse, high quality dining scene makes for a delicious, convenient three day trip. A three day itinerary for DC dining has many options, including variations in restaurant setting and types of cultural food. Visitors can stop by Boqueria for a Barcelonian brunch, Open City for a patio experience, and others. DC also is home to many popular, vibrant Black-owned restaurants such as Ben’s Chili Bowl, with its unique half-smoke hot dog, Cane and its authentic Trinidadian food, and Dukem Ethiopian.
Washington D.C. also has many public markets, some specializing in certain cultures such as La Cosecha, a Latin American marketplace. The marketplace offers “fine dining, vegan food, pupusas, coffee, and more.” Echoing the city’s Michelin-starred reputation, these markets have high quality dining, vegan options, and famous sweet treats to enjoy.
Women-owned restaurants also populate the district with savory cultural cuisines, such as Chef Dina Daniel’s Egyptian cuisine, along with creative, literal eye-candy desserts. Among them, Buttercream Bakeshop’s cinnascones and Unicorn Bars, along with Victoria Lai’s frozen treats and always delicious Thai iced tea.
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