Our nation’s capital has never felt shy in extending a hand to international flavor. It’s a city teeming with ethnic cuisines, from authentic Ethiopian restaurants to German beer halls to tiny enclaves with piled-high plates of Korean fried chicken.
In this installment of Re:Find, we highlighted six local spots to feast – whether you prefer to build your own sandwich in the sunshine or you need to rest your weary feet with a warming bowl of Japanese ramen. Stop by a converted gas station bay for an unforgettable sandwich, or, if you’ve had one of those travel days where you want to set fire to something, DC’s got you covered there too. Hit up the city’s Tiki bar with a serious love for blazing cocktails. Dining or drinking each of these spots is a way to experience true DC – a city with good food and good nature in abundance.
If you are craving the most classic of lunches with an international flair, head to SUNdeVICH in the Shaw neighborhood, where high-quality Read More »from Where to eat and drink like a local in DC