Restaurants on the Red Line – Cleveland Park

Here at 2M Apartments, we adore our proximity to the Metro. With only 2 blocks to the NoMa-Gallaudet Station, it is so easy to access shops, office buildings and restaurants along the Red Line. To make it even simpler, we have compiled our favorite eateries that are just steps from various Red Line stations in the District. Want to explore other neighborhoods without hopping in the car? These Restaurants on the Red Line are here to save the day! Today we are featuring the Cleveland Park station.

 

Medium Rare

This place does one thing, and does it really well: Steak Frites. Just when you are thinking, “I would eat that all over again”, a fresh, sizzling second helping is placed before you. By keeping the menu clean and simple, owners Mark and Tom have created a truly unique experience. They have taken a classic French dining experience and added a touch of Americanization by including a second portion. Bon Appetit!

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Siam House

On a warm day, sitting on the patio of this delightfully tiny Thai restaurant provides wonderful flavor and great people watching. Step off of the Cleveland Park Metro, grab a seat, and order yourself a Thai iced tea or coffee to help you chill out. For a great value, stop in for the lunch special; you’ll get a starter, entree and a soft drink for $9.95. With fresh and flavorful options like spring rolls and papaya salad and warm, hearty options such as the Pad Thai noodles and various curry dishes, making this a light or indulgent meal is entirely up to you.

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Indique

An elegant take on traditional Indian Street food, the warm, friendly service and cozy atmosphere enhance the dining experience. With options like Tandoori Quail and Bisque a la Indique, your taste buds are sure to be entertained. Don’t forget to check out the unique and extensive cocktail menu.

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Restaurants on the Red Line – Tenleytown-AU

Here at 2M Apartments, we adore our proximity to the Metro.  With only 2 blocks to the NoMa-Gallaudet Station, it is so easy to access shops, office buildings and restaurants along the Red Line.  To make it even simpler, we have compiled our favorite eateries that are just steps from various Red Line stations in the District.  Want to get out of the neighborhood without hopping in the car?  These Restaurants on the Red Line are here to save the day!  Today we are featuring the Tenleytown-AU Metro Station.

Crisp & Juicy

As the name suggests, crisp and juicy Peruvian-style chicken is the star of the show here.  Flavorful sides like fried yuca and plantains round out the plate in delicious fashion.  Stop in for a causal dinner you can dig into with your hands, or take it home to feed a crowd.

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Guapo’s

A fun and relaxed atmosphere with generous portions make this a great option for larger parties and family dinners.  With ample chips and salsa and oversized margaritas, you can’t go wrong!  The Tenleytown Metro station is literally across the street, so eat to your heart’s content, then meander back to the rail.

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Masala Art

For an authentic Indian food experience at a great value, stop in for the lunch buffet.  Be sure to sample the naan bread and save some room for the unique dessert options!

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Restaurants on the Red Line – Woodley Park Zoo/Adams Morgan

Here at 2M Apartments, we adore our proximity to the Metro.  With only 2 blocks to the NoMa-Gallaudet Station, it is so easy to access shops, office buildings and restaurants along the Red Line.  To make it even simpler, we have compiled our favorite eateries that are just steps from various Red Line stations in the District.

This week we are featuring the residential, accessible neighborhood of Woodley Park.  Spend the day at the Smithsonian National Zoo, then enjoy dinner at one of these gems, just steps from the Woodley Park Zoo/Adams Morgan Metro:

Lebanese Taverna:  Voted Best Middle Eastern Restaurant by the Best of D.C. for the last five years in a row, Lebanese Taverna offers small plates with big flavor.  A warm, inviting dining room and enthusiastic, informed service combine to create a memorable dining experience.  Some highlights include:

-Freska- a curiously refreshing, house-made sparkling beverage of parsley and lime

-Baba Ghanoush- traditional eggplant flavor gets a tart upgrade with a sprinkle of pomegranate seeds (served with fresh, hot pita bread, of course)

-Watermelon Salad- a perfect marriage of textures, dressed in fine olive oil and tossed with salty French feta, organic mint and toasted pistachios

-Finish your meal with fresh baklava and Turkish coffee, then give thanks that the Metro is directly across the street!

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Open City: This chameleon of an eatery serves as a cafe, diner and bar and does each effortlessly.  Upon entering, a bright, full pastry counter and the aroma of freshly brewed espresso greets you.  With breakfast served all day, a full bar, and selection of seasonal entrees, the possibilities are endless!

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Tono Sushi:  Whether your craving light, flavorful sushi or hot and fresh Asian cuisine, Tono Sushi will delight your tastebuds.  Cozy up to the sushi bar on a cool night, or enjoy warmer days on the street-side patio taking in the sights and sounds of Woodley Park.  

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Restaurants on the Red Line – Takoma Station

Here at 2M Apartments, we adore our proximity to the Metro.  With only 2 blocks to the NoMa-Gallaudet Station, it is so easy to access shops, office buildings and restaurants along the Red Line.  To make it even simpler, we have compiled our favorite eateries that are just steps from various Red Line stations in the District.

This week we are featuring the sleepy, eclectic neighborhood of Takoma.

Souper Girl:  Voted one of the top vegan spots in the city by DCist, this newly opened eatery serves the soups that Souper Girl has been delivering around town since 2008.  While weekly delivery to your door is convenient, it is comforting to know that when hunger strikes, these delicious bowls are only a metro ride away.

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Cedar Crossing Tavern & Wine Bar:  This gem is a true reflection of the quirky, laid-back neighborhood it belongs to.  Offering small plates and an eclectic wine list in an intimate setting, Cedar Crossing is a nice escape from the hustle and bustle of downtown.

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My Little Bistro & Shop:  Fast and Friendly service and vegan-friendly substitutes make this a great lunch spot.  A quaint, cozy location and affordable prices add to the appeal.

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