Located off the orange line in Eastern Market, the Banana Café & Piano Bar’s main dining room is a sight for sore eyes.
Like the name implies, U Street’s Utopia Bar and Grill satisfies both hunger of body and mind.
Afghan Kabob House might be owner Akbar Madany’s first business venture, but the seasoned restaurant manager knows how to appeal to curious palates.
El Tio Tex-Mex Grill may be the new kid on the block in Falls Church, but this newbie comes bearing ripe gifts of spice and trouble.
Upon entering Sakura Japanese Steak and Seafood Restaurant, the beautiful Japanese décor brings the authenticity of Japanese culture to life.
The best things in life are free, especially when it’s a soft-serve, vanilla-chocolate-swirl ice cream cone on the house without any rules forbidding a second indulgence.
Narita Sushi & Rice Bowl occupies a small space tucked beside a Subway in a plaza surrounded by the busy thoroughfares of the Tysons Corner area.
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Contrary to its bland exterior in Loehmann’s Plaza, the interior decoration of Sign of the Whale restaurant is reminiscent of the captain’s rooms in a 16th century pirate ship-dark wood paneling and arches shine in the dim glow of muted yellow lighting and cool air.
The Italian Café’s interior is reminiscent of an old family bistro in which you gather around a magnificently set table with close relatives and old friends, dining on rich, meaty pasta dishes served with heavy sauces.