Best Breakfast Delivery In Washington Near Me

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1. Sincerely Breakfast - Washington

· 17 reviews

1506 19th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, United States

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Sincerely Breakfast: what do users think?

Lindsey Stiles: We grabbed Sincerely Breakfast on our way down to the National Mall and holy moly. It was amazing! They also have a few great gluten-free items. Would highly recommend!

Marcelus Wilkinson: This place has absolutely fire food!! The biscuit was soft and didn’t cake up in your mouth, the fried chicken had a crispy, well-seasoned batter, the eggs were moist and flavorful. Top notch! They don’t use that cheap paper bacon, it has a well balanced thickness and was cooked to perfection! The oatmeal was sensational and would be a joy for anybody who enjoys sweetness and freshness with their breakfast! Don’t miss it, it’s an underground kitchen right beside another jumping restaurant, and I am so glad I broke their hosts hearts by asking where the Sincerely Breakfast’s entry was!

jude beck: Ordered the strawberry cheesecake french toast 3 times now. Overnight oats come out pretty quick for a breakfast bite in the morning. Kiosk order.

Paul G: Awesome place hidden in DC’s dupont circle! Great people working and a really fun and ever expanding menu!

Ashley: The food was delicious and the service was great at this small kiosk style restaurant. I would definitely return.

Chloe Memoir: The crab-avocado biscuit is absolutely fantastic! Listen, I was a little disappointed because it wasn’t a full blown restaurant- their concept is more “GRAB & GO” but despite all that I just had to leave a review because I WILL BE BACK! That biscuit remind me of Red Lobster- but only THIS ONE IS BETTER! Omg. I also had the French Toast which was delightful on its own as well- I just wasn’t expecting that biscuit to be that good!!

John Armstrong: The breakfast biscuit is delicious and buttery, a big portion, and a great price for DC! Takeout only ghost kitchen set up.

Raynell Tillman: These folx can breakfast! If you know you know and if you don’t get breakfast there and find out! Breakfast burritos and overnight oats there are fiyah!

2. Panera Bread - Washington



· 857 reviews

601 13th St NW, Washington, DC 20005, United States

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Panera Bread: what do users think?

Emilie K: Did rapid pick up and everything was perfect! Food was delicious and everything was packed so nicely. Enough utensils and napkins. Thanks for great service! Had a great picnic at the mall.

Brian (BriGuy71): I’m staying near this Panera and been there 3 times. Their new Baja Chicken Bowl is great! The order process inside is easy with the new kiosks. They always got my order perfect and the employees are always super nice saying ‘hello’ each time I walk in the door.

J. R.: 5* all the way! Delicious and good quality food! The store is clean. The staff are amazing, friendly and helpful! Keep up the good work!!

Glo Hern: Crowded due to the lunch crowd. I had to wait for a long time to receive my order. The restaurant needs extra employees up front and back cooks preparing the orders.

Nora: I love broccoli and cheddar cheese soup it’s delicious and recently I tried their sandwich and I liked the turkey sandwich but I added cheese as extra topping it wasn’t included also all the smoothies are AMAZING like really amazing I love the green one and strawberry and banana smoothie so good... I would really recommend what I tried

3. Corner Bakery - Washington

· 1246 reviews

500 North Capitol St NW Ste 110, Washington, DC 20001, United States

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Corner Bakery: what do users think?

Calvin Bryant: We we were trapped in DC because of the snow storm Jan 2022. We needed food and a place to escape from the Hilton capital hill for breakfast. Upon discovering Corner Bakery we found both. Great food, service and warm friendly atmosphere. Broccoli Cheddar soup saved the day!

Brian Hammer: This place was close to our hotel so convenient for some breakfast. A good variety of dishes and a great hazelnut coffee. I can also recommend their overnight oats with fruit. Very fair prices for washington dc.

Ukvayat Hanak: I am from rural America and this place was the closest to the prices I enjoy in the Midwest. The flavor was perfect and I will surely be seeking out a Corner Bakery the next time I am exploring DC. I felt more at home by sitting and enjoying breakfast here.

Brett Daviau: Great place for a quick bite. Everyone comes here. Always a line out the door and a pile of bikes outside. Plan on wain the morning.

4. Nerds & Nibblers - Washington

· 152 reviews

1451 L St NW, Washington, DC 20005, United States

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Nerds & Nibblers: what do users think?

Mike: Had an excellent lunch here with a client while I was in town for business. The space was clean and bright and the food was awesome with hefty portions. My client says he comes here often and I could tell that they have a lot of regulars (which is a great sign of the quality). Great time here and definitely worth a visit for breakfast or lunch!

Cory Roper: We ordered pancakes and it was great. The 2 cakes, eggs and sausage were all straight off the grill hot and indoor seating was not crowded on a weekday.

Emmanuel Chan: We loved this place so much we ate here 3 times during our stay. Great place to have breakfast. Service was quick. The 2 guys getting the orders were friendly. The girl at the counter could smile a little more, but she does get a lot busy preparing drinks and receiving the payment of the customers.

Edgar Lopez: My absolutely favorite Breakfast and Lunch spot in Downtown DC. The crew her are the sweetest and nicest people you will ever meet. I tend to get the Bagel Lox and they make the best in DC all around. I give this place the highest recommendation if your in DC.

Erin Frazee: This was my go-to spot for breakfast and lunch while my office was in the neighborhood. They have wonderful healthy options and wonderful comfort foods options. The owner and staff are friendly and remember regulars. I’m so glad they’re still up and running—definitely check them out if you’re nearby.

La Isla Network: Great breakfast sandwiches, nice staff, solid lunches, fast, and I love the boss lady. She’s great. If my kombucha blows up(it’s a thing), she’s quick to replace it and always happy to see her customers.
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5. Panera Bread - Washington

· 141 reviews

2001 L St NW Suite 100, Washington, DC 20036, United States

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Panera Bread: what do users think?

Buddha Fortune: Everything was amazing and refreshing, great menu selection. Fresh veggies 5/5

Dan Hagedorn: Ordered a large catering order for my apt building resident breakfast and couldn’t have been happier! Ordering was a breeze and pickup was just as convenient. Friendly employees and I even received a follow up call later that day to see how it all went. I’ll definitely be ordering from here again.Thanks

Thomas Smith: Tracy is a new wonderful pleasant worker. I hope you keep her on staff, very friendly and a wonderful smile. Thank you Ms Postell

Jonathan Etheridge: Great and clean during these times. Highly fast and sufficient. So busy sometimes that some items may be unavailable. Overall, great customer experience across the board. Go check out Ms. Teresa and friends at the L St. Panera (next to Lafayette Center)

Devyani Parkar - Richa Talauliker: Mediterranean and Baja warm meal bowls were good.

6. Corner Bakery - Washington

· 613 reviews

529 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20045, United States

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Corner Bakery: what do users think?

Swastika Nohara: Nice Cafe with good selection of pastries and egg for breakfast and lunch. We had ham sandwiches and omellette that comes with bread and a cup of fresh fruit. Loved it! Cinnamon roll is also good. The Coffee is just average. But for warm breakfast we are happy!

Sahar Bayounis: I ordered the half chicken sandwich with a side of tomato soup. It was so good! I also recommend the sweet crisps. They’re really addictive. I just didn’t like the attitude of the cashier lady, she was rude and unwelcoming unfortunately.

Marcy: Pricy. But the food is good. I got a full sandwich with a cup of soup as a $2.99 add on with a small coffee and everything cost $17.68. The staff is friendly and helpful. It is right next to marshals where we bought a charger. There are a few seats next to wall outlets to recharge. Perfect place to eat and charge your phone.

Mandi Mouser: Great place to eat while trying to warm up!! Sandwiches, soups, salads, and delicious bake goods. Every staff member that we encountered was 10/10! The cashier lady was very warming to my son who is shy and indecisive. She helped us figure out what was the best choice. The food was amazing!!!!!!!!! Would definitely eat here again. ***Plus side…very very close to the White House***

Michelle Dombrowski: I wanted to express my gratitude & appreciation for an employee at this Corner Bakery location. The employee is Melinda T. As my family & I visited DC for 7 days for a family vacation, we stayed at the Willard Hotel (which is across the street from Corner Bakery). We frequented this Corner Bakery for breakfast and met Melinda among our travels. It was Melinda’s charming personality that kept us wanting to come back to dine in. Not only is she so sweet & friendly, Melinda is also so damn hilarious. We couldn’t get enough of her humor. Corner Bakery is lucky to have an employee like Melinda because she makes customers feel so welcome, like we were eating at home. Thank you so much, Melinda, for your welcoming hospitality. You are the best & we hope to see you the next time we visit DC. Your friends from Michigan, the Dombrowski family 😉

Drewe Zanki: Good sandwich. Great coffee. Super nice staff.

7. Corner Bakery - Washington

· 422 reviews

1828 L St NW Ste 101, Washington, DC 20036, United States

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Corner Bakery: what do users think?

Clayton Russell: The employees here are simply above and beyond on their customer service. Yes, the food is good and the selection is fantastic (you can get everything from perfectly baked snacks to a full plate breakfast special) , but where Corner Bakery really shines is its people. They treat you like family here and really care about the quality of their product and service. It is much appreciated by this customer and I’ll certainly be returning again and again because of this!

Lisa Heilbronn: Bagel and coffee were fine, service seemed a bit disjointed but they were trying hard.

DAMIAN PERLA: Great tasting food, very spacious, amd very friendly staff!

Briana Provost: Lunches here are quick and the food is ok. Good in you are in a hurry, but the portions are a little small for what you pay.

8. Panera Bread - Washington

· 325 reviews

4501 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016, United States

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Jay ONeal: Service is good and there’s a lot of seating. The only drawback is, you need a code for the door, and they don’t tell you that when you have an option to receive a receipt or not.

9. Corner Bakery - Washington

· 617 reviews

1425 K St NW, Washington, DC 20005, United States

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Corner Bakery: what do users think?

Jason Morris: Nice place, good food, staff not the friendliest (lot of grunts and hand motions). Despite all that I would still come back here and eat and I do recommend.

Kayode Yussuf: Lovely meal and tasty soup. Enjoyed every bit of it

Jakey Low: Food and ambience here are ideal for a quick bite. They have pretty delicious sandwiches here for sure. Atmosphere : 4/5 Food : 4/5 Drinks : 4/5 Price. : 4/5 Service : 4/5

10. Panera Bread - Washington

· 593 reviews

106 Irving St NW Suite 101, Washington, DC 20010, United States

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Panera Bread: what do users think?

Sassy Sauce: The food is consistently good and the wait is generally short. There is always friendly service and the orders are prepared relatively quickly. A few of my personal favorites are the lemon drop cookies, broccoli cheddar soup, and the paninis are great too.

Karen Parker: Wait time was minimal. The quality of service was excellent. The sandwiches were not what I expected. A little dry and a lot of bread. I ordered the steak and white cheese for myself, I was however informed that there were no pickles. The "New" Mac& Cheese for my daughter did not meet her expectations. Thanks Panera!!!

Kiffa Shirley: A 24 hour Panera, you just need to be at the hospital in order to take advantage of it. Multiple kiosks to order, and friendly staff. It can get busy but its a great option for people while visiting the hospital.

11. Bread & Chocolate - Washington

· 484 reviews

2301 M St NW, Washington, DC 20037, United States

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Bread & Chocolate: what do users think?

Marion NYC: Nice selection for breakfast and/or brunch. The staff was very friendly. The place is clean. The food was good. This place gets very busy. Come early. Tons of outdoor space but only when it’s warm enough. Definitely check this place out! I recommend this place for a meal.

Debra Borromeo: My family and I are visiting DC and were looking for a place for 7 of us to have breakfast. The staff here was very friendly and went out of their way to quickly put together seating for us. I ordered the avocado toast and it was the best avocado toast I’ve ever had - crisp bread, ripe avocados and perfectly cooked eggs. I would definitely return.

Voldemort aka Rockstar: D-D-D-Delicious, OMG 😱 5/5⭐️ Foamy Coffee, Rich on Salmon eggs Benedict, Ham&Cheese crepes with yummy mustard sauce, and of course DESERTS 🤤 (I’m not a food photographer 😅, but trust me it’s so good) Recommend it 100% 👍🏻

Timothy Sawwah: We had a breakfast. Loved the food. The portions can be a bit bigger, but overall it was a good experience. Try the chocolate banana crepes!!!

Mark Frank: This place is underneath the Kaiser medical building and was delicious. They had food but I asked if I could just get a coffee and pastry and they said of course! The prices were reasonable (about $3 for coffee and $3 for muffin), the workers were super friendly and the space was really nice and calm.

Tanisha Hendrix: The atmosphere is amazing with a cozy feel and lots of outdoor seating. Be patient, as they were very busy. But, they managed to still make our trip expedient and excellent. We ordered the eggs Benedict, cinnamon roll, and turkey egg and cheese sandwich and it was all exceptionally delicious!

12. IHOP - Washington

· 1226 reviews

3100 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20010

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IHOP: what do users think?

Zay McCullough, MSW, LCSW-A: Imagine it’s 2-3am and you’re hungry.. Where do you go? DoorDash! It took me a solid 30-45 mins and searching through reviews. I was going to get pizza at a couple different places but the reviews were either bad or nonexistent. I eventually got a pancakes craving and IHOP it was! I ordered at 3:10am via DoorDash. I got 2 blueberry pancakes, 2 slices of bacon, scrambled eggs, and hash browns. It was a little over $15. My food Arrived around 3:45am, which wasn’t bad. It was sooner than estimated delivery time, which I was happy about. The packaging was great! They put the blueberry compost and the whip cream in bowls versus on the pancakes. The food container had layers! I hadn’t seen this before. They had the eggs, bacon, and hash browns at the bottom and then the pancakes ok what looks a plastic top. Then another top was over the pancakes! While eating, quickly came to conclusion that the bacon wasn’t crispy enough for my liking. While they bagged syrup for my pancakes, they didn’t put any salt and pepper for my scrambled eggs or ketchup for my hash browns. My hash browns was shaped rectangularly and tasted decent without ketchup. I did end up adding some syrup but it wasn’t anything like having ketchup. My pancakes were delicious!!!! While there were blueberries in the pancakes, I think it was the blueberry compost that really make it outstanding! I tasted the whip cream but didn’t use it. It wasn’t very sweet. I honestly got full after eating the first pancake, but I couldn’t leave any evidence for my son, who was sleeping lol. This take out/delivery experience was really good. I enjoyed the food. Besides not having some condiments, I had no complaints. Thanks IHOP for satisfying my late night hunger!

Mark West: Some people refer to IHOP as I-slop but this IHOP had very high quality service and very good food and presentation. Sanitation and cleanliness were very good. Good prices too

John Rowly: Waitress was very sweet. Food was good. Fam and I will be back

Austen O: My order has some issues (T-Mobile code redeeming). Vinnicia (server) was fantastic, friendly, and patient. I was able to get my food in quick time (~10 minutes). Pancakes were fluffy, and the chicken strips were crispy. Seating is physically distant.

Nils Hünerfürst: Super heavy Pancakes and the Omelette are also very heavy but that is what you want when you eat at IHOP.

13. Italian Kitchen - Washington

· 199 reviews

1110 U St NW, Washington, DC 20009, United States

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Italian Kitchen: what do users think?

Kara Cheever: This place was so good. We got take out and brought back to our Airbnb. The calzones are huge and delicious, especially the spicy meatball. Kids got their own small pizzas and they were great. Excellent dough and lots of toppings. The people working were so nice. Great place for take out or delivery. They have a few tables if you want to eat there.

ABIR: Pizza by the slice was actually surprisingly fresh and tasty. I’ll go as far to say that it may be the best pizza slice on U St.

Anna Kesaris: Amazing food, always delicious and easily the best Pizza in the DMV

Sahil Jam: Great place to grab a bite after heavy partying. Good service and between all the bars. Make it your final spot.

Maricel Bornilla: Best Pizza ever in the DMV. Reasonbale price and you get a hight quality ingredients . You can taste the freshness in all of its ingredients. Definitely, i will go back again every week.

14. Tony's Breakfast - Washington

· 938 reviews

1387 H St NE, Washington, DC 20002, United States

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Tony's Breakfast: what do users think?

Bluroc Obama: Ordered 2 breakfast platters for ~15$. Food was great. Pancakes were fluffy and buttered, sausage patties were perfectly cooked, French toast was soft and full. The eggs could’ve been fluffier (vs. fried hard) , but were good nonetheless. Food was ready 10min after order on a Saturday night. Definitely going back!!!

Andrew Theiss: Best tasting and most affordable breakfast sandwiches in area. But they don’t have jalapeños! Please add jalapeños. Better than any breakfast sandwich place I ever found in NYC, Boston, or Dallas.

Clifford Washington: I been dining ate this place forever and have never been disappointed... they make some of the best breakfast 🥪 in D.C. hands down 💯

Edward Holloway (NuVizion): Definatly one of the go to spots in DC for some great breakfast! This place feels "home-ly" , so expected to be treated like family..... Like you live and go there most days

Paul Askew: The services is fantasy employees are always very respectful to all customer especially to senior citizens the food is fantasy taste great. I hope they will stay in the community for very long time.

15. Atrium Cafe - Washington

· 40 reviews

1201 I St NW, Washington, DC 20005, United States

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Atrium Cafe: what do users think?

Jose Jiménez: Amazing food for a good price! Montecristo Sandwich is delicious!! Hardly recommended!

Kay Ng: They open pretty early for breakfast! They are pretty fast and I found the employees to be efficient and friendly. I saw they sell a few asian drinks such as Milkis and Oi Ocha. They also sell Dalgona Candy from Squid Game. I got their breakfast platter and appreciated that they had an area for utensils and condiments. It was enough to keep my stomach happy while working in the morning. Haven’t tried their lunch yet, but will stop by again!

16. HomeSlyce - D.C. - Washington

· 506 reviews

2121 K St NW, Washington, DC 20037, United States

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HomeSlyce - D.C.: what do users think?

Dean Rumsey: Wonderful fresh food! The pizzas and calzones were fabulous but the surprise was the salads and appetizers. All were full of flavor and generously portioned. Desserts were great as well. Fun, informal ambiance. Would definitely recommend.

Topaz San Felipe: The given time is right on. The Pizza is great! Staff is wonderful. Brownies are Not worth it 😕 The cannolis are not bad (once you get past the pistachios, which were bitter) Walking distance from Hilton Harden Inn (with pizza still hot)

Rebecca Larson: The guy who served us is the same employee who served us the last time we ate here months ago. It is good to see the same friendly face and to be given the same awesome service. My husband and I ate outdoors since the weather was fine, but the indoor seating was also plentiful. As usual, the pizza was so delicious! I have enjoyed every Slyce style that I have had and so have my husband and other family members who have come here with us in the past. Highly recommend!

Theresa Slaughter: First time here and this is my official hang out for food and music. I had the wings and they were off the hook. My kids had the pizza and my daughters (while eating) lookedi like they were in Heaven. The celery with my wings was better then I have ever had! Good music, good food, amazing atmosphere, and vibe. Come and check them out when you are in DC. Ask for Keith and tell him Tracey sent you. They also have Happy Hour.

Nathan Trzaskoma: The steak pizza is otherworldly. Great atmosphere and amazing staff. So glad I stopped by here during my weekend visit. 10/10 would recommend

Elad Tam: Everything we ordered was delicious! Every type of pizza was amazing We ordered plain, artichoke and the homeslyce and nothing left. The atmosphere was great, and the service was very helpful. Thanks and we will back again for sure!

17. Panera Bread - Washington

· 61 reviews

800 21st St NW, Washington, DC 20052, United States

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Bhagyashree Panda: Quick and hassle-free service. More customized options. Great deals. Tasty food and drinks at an affordable price.

Heleen Raes: Relatively fast and super friendly service, the shop is also very clean. Because of its popularity it does run out of ingredients quite soon, making some salads and sandwiches unavailable.

MJ: Probably my favorite place for lunch at GW! I have to give them credit— if I order online, my food is always ready when I get there, even if there’s a line out the door with the lunch rush. I get a customized sandwich (chipotle chicken with no chicken and veggies added) and they rarely mess it up. Once someone took my order before I arrived and they remade it for me without a hassle. Only reason I’m not giving it 5 stars is because it’s so expensive. It’s pricier than the Paneras in my hometown, and my typical order is always $12 (with no drink), which is high for lunch. But it’s consistent and good, so I still recommend. The staff is always really friendly.

18. Sticky Fingers Diner - Washington

· 1401 reviews

406 H St NE, Washington, DC 20002

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Sticky Fingers Diner: what do users think?

Alyssa Miron: I get overwhelmed when I find a vegan place with this many amazing options. The chick’n tenders were so good paired with a salad, and I took home some tofu “egg salad”. I’ll be back for a Buffalo chick’n wrap and all the pastries. This place is a gem!!! Very attentive service too.

Harmony Hitchner: The food came out looking like an ad! Beautiful, but according to the family it was just as tasty as it looked! I didn’t get a pic of other food because it was gone before I knew it. The service was beyond amazing! Very sweet , and very helpful staff. I just wished they had more allergy friendly food. But overall, would absolutely bring friends and family back to eat there!!

Zack Bloom: This place is unbelievable. The perogie are so good! The poutine was also shockingly great. Don’t miss the Chocolate Egg Cream (no real egg involved of course, it’s all vegan!).

L Ram: Can we please get a Fare Well in Atlanta! I’m so thankful I had several vegan options when visiting D.C., I knew after reading reviews I had to visit Fare Well and I’m so glad I did Very small but charming diner serving breakfast all day (Wednesday – Sunday), they also have a bar for people interested in adult beverages. Saturday and Sunday they have a brunch menu. I visited late Sunday around 3pm and there was not wait but it was pretty full inside. I was dining solo and unfortunately couldn’t try too many items, I definitely wanted to try the Buffalo Cauliflower ($12) and it was SO GOOD! I cleaned the bowl and really wish I had this recipe. Its spicy whipped cashew and cauliflower dip served with soy and sheet free tortilla chips. For my entrée I ordered Chilaquiles ($13). It was very filling and a large portion, I couldn’t finish my dish. I loved all of the ingredients and thought it was flavorful but did add some hot sauce since I like my food to have a little spice. The Chilaquiles included tofu scramble, black beans, poblanos, roasted tomato rojo sauce and cilantro crema served with roasted potatoes. I also added avocado ($3). Service was okay, my food was served with a smile which I appreciate.

Vikram Singh: One of the best vegan spots in DC. I had the Perogies with sweet potato poutine and Oreo milkshake. Everything was delicious! I’m just sad it took me this long to get here.

19. Open City - Washington

· 1958 reviews

2331 Calvert St NW, Washington, DC 20008

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Open City: what do users think?

Deny Kostadinova: The place is very nice and pleasant, outside seating area seems a better option since inside there is no AC and only fans so it is noticeably hotter. I loved that they had oat and almond milk to substitute whole/skim for cappuccino. The hash brown is nicely cooked - crunchy and in a square. If they were to have booths inside the place I would give it a 5 star. But amazing as they have a bar inside too. Prices aren’t as expensive as other restaurants that I visited nearby. The waitress was extremely nice and talkative to us.(:

D L: Open City is one third of a Greek-owned Diner trilogy. All three spots are solid for good food at a fair price. Very Casual. Full Bar. No set vibe -You will see all types of people as a situations when you walk in. Always friendly service! Coffee and Tea options have a gravity all their own within the Menu; the selection is as interesting as it is diverse. I strongly recommend the Dirty Chai (I ordered mine with a shot of Vodka- why not!?). I have yet to encounter a menu item that is even remotely unpalatable. I will say Breakfast is their strong suit, especially for Dinner! :)

Numba “Numba” 1: The overall vibe was retro with the decor and the interior design. The waiters were both professional and polite with the food being absolutely delicious. I highly recommend to anyone looking to enjoy an appetizing meal.

Stephen Dobbs: We come down from Baltimore to explore DC and this is our 2nd time eating here. We made sure to come back bc the food and prices were that good. My g/f had the half of chicken with mashed potatoes and asparagus. I had the 24th street chicken sammich again.... so good and we split the sm kale salad

Thomas Gibson: Great food and atmosphere! It’s a lively cafe, but you can easily carry on a conversation and there is enough space between the tables so you don’t feel super crowded around you. The London Fog was top notch. I also had the sausage calzone. The calzone was full of peppers, onions, and sausage and tasted great. A bed of arugula was also included with a great lemon dressing that wasn’t thick or watery and complimented the arugula very well.

Max Porter: Delicious hash brown bowl. Great vibe. Do recommend arriving early. I showed up at 0900 on a Sunday and got a seat immediately. When I left at 1000 there was already a wait of ~7 people outside.

Josh Axelrod: A sister restaurant to the AdMo fave, Tryst, Open City mostly captures the charm of its progenitor. All day brunch is a huge plus and the flatbreads and pies are a standout. A great choice for breakfast, brunch, or lunch.

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