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Food in H Street Corridor (DC)?

Manny Calavera

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Going to a show (no idea what, actually) at Rock & Roll Hotel in DC tonight. Very excited. DC shows, whoo. It's been awhile. Anyway, I'm looking for a place to eat in the area. Saw where the Richmond-based Sticky Rice is there now. Good, cheap, sushi, I know. Tried to get a reservation and had no luck, though. Looks like we'd end up waiting for a long time. Any other suggestions in the area?
 

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That's seriously become an incredible eating destination in DC. Tons of casual but great locations.

1. Granville Moore's - Never been but universally well regarded.
2. Sticky Rice - Been here a few times. Asian fusion spot. Fun too.
3. Liberty Tree - Pizza. I actually know the owners as they own my Capitol hill hangout, Hamilton's. It's been getting a lot of press.
4. Smith Commons - Know little about it (beyond the link), but I want to check it out. Opens on Tuesday: http://www.urbandaddy.com/dc/food/12...ict_Restaurant
5. Biergarten Haus. Traditional style-looking biergarten haus. I went here for its soft opening in the summer. Neat concept, good beer, good brats. Not sure what it's like these days.
6. There are a ton more but these are the spots I've been to or want to check out.

Some press: http://www.bbc.com/travel/feature/20...treet-heats-up

Ok, just read your whole message. I'd say if in doubt just head over there 1.5 before your show or something and walk between 10th and 13th Streets you will find a good spot. Someone else here will be able to give more specific names of places.
 

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I like Ray's the Steaks.
 

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I'm not sure. It's a pretty funny name though, huh?
 

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Actually, they opened a place off Minnesota Ave that isn't that far from H Street if you are driving. I think it's called Ray's Eastside or some such.
 

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Thanks, guys, for all the recommendations. Knew someone at Sticky Rice that got me in. Great little place that lives up to the RVA location.
 

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