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Dine-N-Dash: Penn Quarter

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Last month, we curated a list of our favorite 14th Street restaurants on the upcoming Dine-n-Dash map. Now, we’re heading over to Penn Quarter to dish on our go-to destinations that are not to be missed. Swing by for brunch before the event on June 7, to mentally prepare yourself for the foodie event of the year that is Dine-N-Dash. Space is limited and selling out fast, so purchase your tickets and we’ll see you there!

SEI

A Penn Quarter stalwart, SEI offers a solid modern Asian brunch. With Bento boxes and wasabi guacamole, it’s the perfect brunch for you and an adventurous—or even vegetarian—friend. Read our review, here. SEI, 444 7th St. N.W. Washington, D.C. 20004

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Zaytinya

It’s hard to choose a favorite José Andrés restaurant, but Zaytinya is definitely up there for us. A gorgeous, light filled restaurant serving classic Mediterranean fare, with impeccable flavors and service. Read our review, here. Zaytinya 701 9th St. N.W., Washington, D.C. 20001

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Oyamel

Craving Mexican? Oyamel offers a diverse menu with authentic flavors from regions across Mexico. You can expect a kick in every bite, but that’s OK, there’s plenty of sweet beverages to cool you down. Read our review, here. Oyamel 401 7 St NW Washington, D.C. 20004

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Jaleo

In case you haven’t caught on, José Andrés pretty much runs the Penn Quarter restaurant scene. Add Jaleo, a kitchy, Spanish tapas restaurant to your brunch list for a bright, festive, unique experience. Read our review, here.  Jaleo, 480 7th St. N.W. Washington, D.C.

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China Chilcano

The whole experience at China Chilcano is a treat, but we’re particularly partial to brunch. This specially-designed brunch menu comprised thoughtful and curated Peruvian and Japanese cuisine into delicious flavors for every taste. Read our review, here.  China Chilcano 418 7th St. N.W. Washington, D.C.

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Graffiato

To say we’re obsessed with Graffiato would be an understatement. Since its inception, it has quickly become a Penn Quarter go-to for classic pizza and pasta dishes alike. The brunch menu doesn’t stray too far from its laurels, with riffs on gnocchi and pizza sure to satisfy all of your carb-loading needs. Read our review, here. Graffiato, 707 6th Street N.W. Washington, D.C.

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BitchBiz: Bitches Who Brunch partners with Dine-N-Dash. While this article was written independently by us, we do receive compensation from the company. 

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