Adams Morgan is a an eclectic neighborhood--a melding of cultures, cuisine and cool haunts. Regarded as one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the District, it's a place that welcomes everyone and celebrates their unique tastes from around the world.
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Tail Up Goat restaurant offers an unexpected and discerning, changing menu of fresh breads, house-made cheeses and unique dishes of meat, pasta and fish--with fresh herbs and pickled, charred, or smoked ingredients to accent the flavor profile of each dish. Tail Up Goat is an artful place that will take note of your allergies and food preferences so that upon your return, a custom menu is offered all in the same casual, yet sophisticated setting that impressed you the very first time you said "hello". 1827 Adams Mill Rd NW.
If you’re wondering what the Eiffel tower is doing in Adams Morgan, wonder no more – it’s sitting atop Lucky Buns, a hip Asian-fusion burger joint that has options for everyone (with an international flare). Patio pups are welcome to chill-out with diners who can enjoy Lucky Buns’ plentiful outdoor seating and burgers topped with bacon jam and “Lucky sauce,” a siracha-based ketchup/mayo mix that is practically irresistible. Order a side of chips (fries) with garlic aioli dip and enjoy this trendy hotspot in the heart of Adams Morgan, just a short walk from several popular bars. 2000 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
La Pop, the seriously cool coffee space nestled under the Lapis bistro on 18th Street has expanded its offerings to include alcohol, along with select items from Lapis on a special after hours menu. Referenced on their website as a "Cultural Salon", La Pop is a stimulating blend of coffee, drinks, food, music, books and local community events. Be sure to stop by this underground wonderment. 1847 Columbia Road NW. Photo Credit: lapopdc.com