September’s Most-Visited DC Restaurants

September’s Most-Visited DC Restaurants

Every neighborhood in the DC Metro Area provides a unique dining experience. This past month, Lyft users visited a number of fun restaurants around the area, and we’ve rounded up the top five most-visited Lyft destinations. From the White House to Arlington, get your fill of what was hot in September.

 

El Centro D.F.

1218 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington, DC

As one of two locations in DC, El Centro D.F.’s Georgetown location is true to Chef Richard Sandoval’s roots. The former location of Third Edition has a copious selection of more than 200 tequilas and mezcals alongside craft Mexican-inspired drinks. Book a table for their bottomless brunch ASAP.

 

Busboys and Poets

1025 5th St NW
Washington, DC

Busboys and Poets’ 5th street location must be doing something right! Out of Andy Shallal’s six locations for Busboys, this location in Mount Vernon Triangle, which opened its doors in 2008, is a clear favorite. The restaurant/bar is a beautiful, open space with 30-ft high ceilings and a grand central staircase that leads to a mezzanine level (the "Loft"). Give the Shrimp & Crab Fritters a try.

 

Don Tito

3165 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, Va

Who doesn’t love a giant breakfast burrito? The enormous Mexican themed buffet features many of your favorite dishes, with a full dinner menu but also brunch classics. Brunch is served starting at 10:30 AM and goes on until 3:00 PM, and the brunch buffet features carving stations, expansive fruit spreads, taco and nachos stations, salads, and ceviches. Try the Nutella pancakes if you’re feeling adventurous.

 

Founding Farmers DC

1924 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC

Founding Farmers in DC speaks for itself. The co-op-owned American eatery has dished out market-driven comfort food (Lobster Mac & Cheese) since 2008 and has become a staple amongst politicos, GW students, and the all-around epicurious Washingtonian.

 

Old Ebbitt Grill

675 15th St NW
Washington, DC

The iconic tavern offering American meals, including its popular oyster specials, also happens to be one the highest grossing restaurants in the country. Parked right next to the White House, Old Ebbitt has welcomed more than tourists. Back in the day, it served as a boarding house that was frequented by Presidents William McKinley, Ulysses S. Grant, Andrew Johnson, Grover Cleveland, Theodore Roosevelt, and Warren Harding. It’s also a part of Clyde's Restaurant Group.

 

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