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turing tandoor-oven specialties and masterful
Indian spicing. Start off by choosing from a selection of nine breads and 17 appetizers. L D $$
MURASAKI JAPANESE CUISINE AND
4620 Wisconsin Ave. NW, 202-966-0023, www.
murasakidc.com. The restaurant offers a wide variety of specialty sushi rolls plus a full menu, including teriyaki, tempura, noodle soup and other
authentic Japanese dishes served in a tastefully
understated décor. ❂ L D $$
5510 Connecticut Ave. NW, 202-966-7600, www.
parthenon-restaurant.com. This is a neighborhood eatery taken up a couple notches, with an
extensive menu full of authentic selections familiar and exotic, including avgolemono (egg/
lemon soup), tzatziki, moussaka, dolmades and
souvlaki. ❂ L D $$
PE TE’S NE W HAVEN S TYLE APIZZA
4940 Wisconsin Ave. NW, 202-237-7383, www.
petesapizza.com. Look no further for New Haven-
inspired pizza with crusts that are crunchy on the
outside, chewy on the inside. Salads, pasta and pa-
nini are also served. ❂ J L D $
RANGE (Editors’ Pick)
5335 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Suite 201, 202-803-
8020, www.voltrange.com. Celebrity chef Bryan
Voltaggio’s extravaganza, featuring multiple open
kitchens, seats 300 and offers an enormous wine
list. The restaurant was chosen for “Best Cocktail”
in 2014 by the magazine’s editors.
L D $$$
5225 Wisconsin Ave. NW, 202-777-9959, www.rosa
mexicano.com. The upscale Mexican chain is
known for its tableside-prepared guacamole and
stylish decor. House specials include pan-roasted
mahi mahi with a traditional salsa Veracruz. Gluten-free options available, too. J R L D $$
SATAY CLUB ASIAN RES TAURAN T AND BAR
4654 Wisconsin Ave. NW, 202-363-8888, www.
asiansatayclub.com. The restaurant prides itself
on providing a comfortable/casual setting with a
menu that spans Japanese sushi, Chinese moo-shi
vegetables, Thai curries and Vietnamese spring
rolls. L D $
4912 Wisconsin Ave. NW, 202-966-0616, www.
tanadthaicuisine.com. The extensive menu ranges from noodles, rice and curries to vegetarian entrées, and even a Thai lemonade cocktail.
House specialties include pad Thai and Drunken
Noodles. ❂ L D $$
4849 Massachusetts Ave. NW, 202-363-4141,
www.tarathai.com. One of the aqua-accented
eateries in the locally based chainlet, the restaurant features an extensive Thai menu with vegetarian options, plus sushi in bento boxes. Dessert
includes ice cream flavored with green tea, coconut or Thai coffee. ❂ L D $$
TERASOL (Editors’ Pick)
5010 Connecticut Ave. NW, 202-237-5555, www.
terasolartisans.com. This charming French café
offers soups, salads, quiches and a few entrées,
along with jewelry and pottery from local artisans.
Live music on Fridays and Saturdays.
❂ B L D $ n