If you think Washington, DC- you think Capital of the United States, White House,Washington Mall, Smithonian Museums and many other politics- related cultural entertainment options.
Spread out in neighborhoods from the hip and young full of students to the more conservative parts of town, Washington offers a variety of culinary options suitable for any palate.
Day 1 : Lunch at Coppi’s Organic on U Street (Adams Morgan District)
Atmosphere set in a dim lights with a menu made of organic and healthy food with a mix of cheese, salad and juices. In appetizer portions you leave the restaurant with a taste in your mouth you want to re-discover a few hours a days later.
Dinner at Buddha Bar on Massachussets Ave (Dupont Circle/Downtown District)
In line with every other Buddha Bar, the one is DC is no exception. Trendy music, gigantic restaurant, amazing food, great service, and perfection in cocktails.
Day 2: Lunch at Peacock Caffe in Georgetown
If you are nice to Mr. Weather, he will make sure the sun is out for you to have brunch at the Terrace of the Peacock Caffe. Bring your sunglasses and empty stomach to have a great time and enjoy pancakes or a lobster roll.
Dinner at the Old Ebbit Grill
Going to Washington and not having dinner at the Old Ebbit Grill is like going to Manhattan and not having a $1 hotdog in the streets.
Founded in 1856, Old Ebbit Grill is Washington’s oldest and most historic saloon where every U.S. President came to eat on a regular basis. Located in front of the White House, one block from the W Hotel, the Old Ebbit Grill is a typical American bistro serving large plates with beer, steaks, hash-brown potatoes, crab cakes…
Not as expensive as one may think, but one advice: book your table in advance!