Best Cheap Eats In Washington, D.C.

Best Cheap Eats In Washington, D.C.

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    This Art Deco space recalls a simpler time, when meatloaf, Sloppy Joes & grilled cheese sandwiches were enough to satisfy a hungry soul. The retro vibe is deliberate. Try the spiked Thai coffee shake. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    Between the best pizzas in town and juicy little mini-burgers that come, as advertised on servers' shirts, in sets of 3, 6, or 9 (we recommend 9), no wonder Matchbox is on fire in D.C.! -- Epicurious via Foursquare
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    The kindest people work here. So friendly, and the food is fantastic! I want to try everything on the menu. Peanut butter bacon pop tarts, and boozy milkshakes. Need I say more? -- Jackie via Foursquare
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    There are few places better to dine than Old Ebbitt Grill, the city’s oldest saloon. The Grill has entertained presidents, generals, politicians, & just about every fat cat this town has ever known. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    Insider tip: Get the tempeh sandwich. It's crunchy, sweet and peppery, the tempeh sandwich, layered with roasted red pepper, arugula and smoky tempeh (a fermented, firm protein derived from soy). -- Washington Post via Foursquare
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    Its new Sunday Tailgate Menu with homemade soft pretzels, brisket chili on cornbread &, best of all, the Luther sandwich, which is perhaps the greatest culinary invention ever. See you Sunday 12-8PM. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    Named after the poet Langston Hughes, this restaurant/bookstore/fair-trade market is a favorite hangout among NPR staffers. -- Fast Company via Foursquare
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    Try the moist brisket, the sausages imported from Kreuz Market or any variety of sides. Most nights of the week bring live music and pitchers of Shiner are always $20. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Daikaya is two restaurants in one. On the ground floor: Sapporo-style ramen in a bustling setting. Upstairs, an izakaya specializing in Japanese bar food, whiskeys, shochu, and beer. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Seriously? Waiting in line in the rain for a cupcake? Non. There's a Paul bakery on Wisconsin with much more delicious treats. Do yourself a favor and give it a try. -- Kevin Kiger via Foursquare
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    A 60-plus-year-old institution known for its no-frills grub. Our favorite: the Chili Half Smoke, a pork-and-beef smoked sausage on a steamed bun with mustard, onions, and Ben’s signature chili sauce. -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
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    Sunday Drag Brunch is the greatest! Imagine, drag queens on roller skates stopping traffic on U St. -Sajdah, The Real L Word -- Showtime Network via Foursquare
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