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Another 14th st landmark. It is a Belgian restaurant with authentic Belgian menu. Their speciality, mussels with fries. Do not order « French fries » there, fries comes originally from Belgium.
Great for brunch—I recommend the banana nutella crepes or the egg cocotte (similar to shakshouka), though waffles and french toast are their mainstays and also delicious. Same place as the better-known Belga Cafe across town. Never too crowded. Overpriced for dinner though.
It’s DC’s one and only contemporary Belgian restaurant with a roaring bar scene and a Josper oven, a Spanish machine that achieves exceptionally high heat to caramelize the exterior of a bone-in rib-eye for two, for example. There are expected dishes like endive salads, mountains of mussels (offered…
This Belgian cuisine is simply incredible. A must for brunch.
“Great selection of wine and wonderful deli/food-to-go section -- great for picnics and special meals.”
“We absolutely love this place. We would always bring guests to this amazing restaurant and have a few drinks at their patio. We order foie gras for appetizer, lobster risotto and duck! Don’t forget to call ahead of time as they are always booked. ”
“Dolcezza is a hip neighborhood spot for gelato, coffee, and bakery items. It's also got a great patio for nicer weather.”
“Located above Birch and Barley restaurant on 14th Street near Logan Circle, ChurchKey, which opened in 2009, is a clubhouse for D.C.'s beer aficionados. Washingtonians flock to ChurchKey's long bar to work their way through its 555 labels, all selected by beer director Greg Engert. The menu here is equipped with 50 taps and special climate controls to ensure your beer is the perfect temperature. The massive list of drafts menu is divided into categories like "Crisp," "Roast," "Hop," "Smoke," or "Tart and Funky." The menu of bottled beers is so long that it's basically a book. No matter where you fall on the spectrum of beer fandom, head here to see what beer church looks like for the truly devotional.”