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beyond bar food, including salads, steaks, seafood
and sandwiches. ❂ R L D $$
COMET PING PONG (Editors’ Pick)
5037 Connecticut Ave. NW, 202-364-0404,
www.cometpingpong.com. Landmark fun spot
where you can play ping-pong or admire local
art while you wait for your wood-fired pizza.
Choose from over 30 toppings to design your
own pie. ❂ R L (weekends only) D $
4822 Yuma St. NW. 202-363-4220, www.decarlos
restaurant.com. This is a family-owned neighborhood staple, with a traditional Italian menu and
upscale/casual atmosphere. Signature dishes include agnolotti, veal Bolognese, broiled salmon
and hand-made pasta. ❂ L D $$
GUAPO’S FINE MEXICAN CUISINE
4515 Wisconsin Ave. NW, 202-686-3588, www.
guaposrestaurant.com. See Bethesda listing.
❂ R L D $$
JAKE’S AMERICAN GRILLE
5018 Connecticut Ave. NW, 202-966-5253, www.
jakesdc.com. Burgers, steaks and sandwiches are
served in a restaurant named after the owner’s
grandfather, an accomplished Navy test engineer.
Check out the Boiler Room, a sports bar in the
basement. J R L D $$
5632 Connecticut Ave. NW, 202-364-2465. www.
jettiesdc.com. See Bethesda listing. J L D $
LE CHAT NOIR
4907 Wisconsin Ave. NW, 202-244-2044, www.le
chatnoirrestaurant.com. This cute, cozy neighborhood bistro is run by French restaurateurs, who
cook traditional fare like steak frites, bouillabaisse
and braised lamb cheeks. R L D $$
5535 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Suite 018, 202-244-
3470, www.voltlunchbox.com. The Washington
remake of chef Bryan Voltaggio’s defunct Fred-
erick restaurant offers specialties including the
Southern Bahn Mi with crispy chicken and pick-
led vegetables and B’More with pepper-crusted
pit beef. L D $
MACON BIS TRO & LARDER (Editors’ Pick)
5520 Connecticut Ave. NW, 202-248-7807, macon
bistro.com. Southern and French cuisine converge
at this airy, charming restaurant in the historic
Chevy Chase Arcade. Appetizers include raclette
and fried green tomatoes, and steak frites is offered alongside short ribs with grits for main
courses. ❂ R D $$
MAGGIANO’S LIT TLE ITALY
5333 Wisconsin Ave. NW, 202-966-5500,
www.maggianos.com. The restaurant features
old-style Italian fare that’s a favorite for large
groups and private celebrations. Check out
the signature flatbreads and specialty pastas,
including lobster carbonara. J L D $$
MASALA AR T (Editors’ Pick)
4441-B Wisconsin Ave. NW, 202-362-4441, www.
masalaartdc.com. Here is fine Indian dining featuring tandoor-oven specialties and masterful
Indian spicing. Start off by choosing from a selection of nine breads and 17 appetizers. L D $$
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 $$
5510 Connecticut Ave. NW, 202-966-7600, www.
parthenon-restaurant.com. This is a neighbor-
hood eatery taken up a couple notches, with an
extensive menu full of authentic selections famil-
iar and exotic, including avgolemono (egg/lemon
soup), tzatziki, moussaka, dolmades and souvlaki.
❂ L D $$
PETE’S NEW HAVEN STYLE APIZZA
4940 Wisconsin Ave. NW, 202-237-7383, www.
petesapizza.com. See Silver Spring listing. ❂ 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 $$$
SATAY CLUB ASIAN RESTAURAN T AND BAR
4654 Wisconsin Ave. NW, 202-363-8888, www.
asiansatayclub.com. The restaurant prides itself
on providing a comfortable/casual setting with a
menu that spans Japanese sushi, Chinese moo-shi
vegetables, Thai curries and Vietnamese spring
rolls. L D $
4912 Wisconsin Ave. NW, 202-966-0616, www.
tanadthaicuisine.com. The extensive menu ranges from noodles, rice and curries to vegetarian entrées, and even a Thai lemonade cocktail.
House specialties include pad Thai and Drunken
Noodles. ❂ L D $$
4849 Massachusetts Ave. NW, 202-363-4141,
www.tarathai.com. See Gaithersburg listing.
❂ L D $$
TERASOL (Editors’ Pick)
5010 Connecticut Ave. NW, 202-237-5555, www.ter
asolartisans.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
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