Allow us to remind you that burgers and boxing pack a one-two punch. Lance London’s TKO Burger serves up stacked burgers including one stuffed with mac and cheese and another topped with Southern goodness like a fried green tomato.
GSF is the Epcot of 15th St and the Singapore of DC. That’s because you can try cuisine from most corners of the universe, like German schnitzel, British bangers, Cambodian rice noodles, and Middle Eastern falafel.
Because Columbia Heights needed a little slice of Montana, Lyman’s Tavern has arrived. The ranch-inspired bar may be the best Laundromat makeover the city has ever seen. Scratch that -- forgot about Le Dip.
There’s Americanized Thai food, and then there’s authentic THAI food with a twist. You’ll find the latter at Soi 38 -- a sleek spot serving the street food you’d find at a Bangkok night market… and fried chicken.
This new eatery doubles as DC’s first restaurant with an onsite creamery. They even have cheese caves for aging. Most importantly though, Sona’s the place to get Bruno’s Big Kid -- a grilled cheese sandwich stuffed with mac and cheese.