37 "Lunch" restaurants in Washington DC.
Rasa is a fast-casual Indian spot next to Nats Park that’ll make you reevaluate your go-to stadium meal.
For big, meat-heavy sandwiches that will probably put you to sleep, go to Stachowski in Georgetown.
The one chain in Georgetown we appreciate. Go to Sweetgreen for something mostly healthy while you’re running errands.
Surfside is where you go for Mexican around Glover Park. Take advantage of their roof.
For a kind of healthy lunch in Georgetown, get some of the (surprisingly good) vegetarian tacos at Chaia.
Federalist Pig in Adams Morgan is serving some of the best barbecue in town.
Hill Country is a DC barbecue VIP, and it’s conveniently located in Penn Quarter.
The food at Colada Shop is just okay, but the space and location make it a good place for a quick meal around U Street.
Bread Furst is a bakery in Van Ness with some of our favorite pastries in town. It’s also a good spot for a quick breakfast or lunch.
Northside Social is a coffee shop by day and a wine bar at night. If you live in Arlington, it will come in handy at least once a week.
Most of the Chinese food in Arlington is sub-par. Peter Chang is the exception.
In the middle of Clarendon, Cava Mezze is a solid spot for a Mediterranean group dinner or brunch.
Liberty Tavern is Clarendon’s utility restaurant - use the American spot for dates, dinner with the parents, or a meal at the bar.
The massive subs and pizza by the slice at The Italian Store will make your Arlington lunch breaks a lot better.
Head to Bonchon in Navy Yard for Korean fried chicken before a Nats game or for a quick lunch.