Washington food cravings from all around the state. Put these great eats on your list!
Not only is Roost Coffee’s space cute and relaxing, the coffee is lovingly prepared with the best beans from local purveyors. Syrups are made in-house (the lavender is subtle and flavorful), as is the whipped cream. You’ll want to stop and stay awhile.
125 SOUTHEAST SPRING STREET SUITE 102
Though this place is new on the Capitol Hill scene, Ooink is already making a name among ramen enthusiasts. Its focus is on letting excellent ingredients speak for themselves (and sometimes in limited editions).
1416 HARVARD AVENUE
Pizza has come a long way since just marinara and mozzarella. Though it offers some of those, Fire also serves up pies like the Gordy, topped with dates, gorgonzola, balsamic reduction, a blend of cheeses, and, based on the addiction level, some sort of crack.
816 WEST SPRAGUE AVENUE
Whether you sleep at White House or not, it’s the place to go for breakfast (and lunch). Everything on the concise menu is made with attention to detail and beautifully garnished. Try the croissant breakfast, an open-face croissant topped with ham and Havarti, broiled and served with fresh fruit.
3602 KERN ROAD