DC’s Most Popular Dining Destinations

The New Year has already taken DC by storm (literally), but it hasn’t stopped the city from fending off the winter blues. People in the District are on the move, exploring more since we dropped uberX prices by 10% across the DC metro area.


It turns out a few restaurants in particular have stolen the attention of hungry locals. To find out where DC area residents are dining, we looked at anonymized trip data from the last two months and highlighted some of the top spots.

Check out the top spots in your neighborhood:

14th Street Corridor

Adams Morgan / Columbia Heights

Downtown

Georgetown

H Street Corridor / NoMa

Southwest Waterfront / Navy Yard

U Street Corridor / Shaw


Don’t see your neighborhood? We’ll continue to grow the list as more people explore new neighborhoods! Keep checking back for more and share your thoughts and travels with us on Twitter and Instagram.

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