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Treat your taste buds: Explore Bloomingdale / Brookland restaurants

Bloomingdale / Brookland Restaurants

A photo of Tyber Creek Wine Bar & Kitchen restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(96)
  • $$$$
  • American
  • Bloomingdale / Brookland

Located in Bloomingdale, Tyber Creek Wine Bar & Kitchen is a neighborhood restaurant and bar featuring an affordable wine list, wood-fired dishes, and a heated patio perfect for spring through fall nights (dogs always welcome)! The menu of American fare spans from shared plates, to soup, salads,...

A photo of Big Bear Cafe restaurant
4.2
Awesome(10)
  • $$$$
  • Contemporary American
  • Bloomingdale / Brookland

Small neighborhood restaurant serving candle-lit dinners on a vine covered garden patio. We source from local farms and vendors, use herbs from our own gardens, cure our own meat & fish, and do our own baking, preserves and pickling.We also source from the farmers and vendors of the Bloomingdale...

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The Washington, D.C. area is in the midst of a food revolution; the city earned its first Michelin stars in 2016, and famous restaurateurs are opening up shop in the nation’s capital. Escape the tourists of and visit Brookland, a northeastern neighborhood of D.C. Known as Little Rome because of the Catholic university and the local monasteries, authentic Italian pizza is a must. Representing the country well, restaurants are also perfecting American comfort food dishes like fried chicken and are reinventing old favorites like seared salmon and grits. Head west to the quieter community of Bloomingdale, where brunch is often the main meal of the day. Several restaurants are also taking traditional bar and pub food to the next level for casual nights out.

The Washington, D.C. area is in the midst of a food revolution; the city earned its first Michelin stars in 2016, and famous restaurateurs are opening up shop in the nation’s capital. Escape the tourists of and visit Brookland, a northeastern neighborhood of D.C. Known as Little Rome because of the Catholic university and the local monasteries, authentic Italian pizza is a must. Representing the country well, restaurants are also perfecting American comfort food dishes like fried chicken and are reinventing old favorites like seared salmon and grits. Head west to the quieter community of Bloomingdale, where brunch is often the main meal of the day. Several restaurants are also taking traditional bar and pub food to the next level for casual nights out.

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