Penn Quarter is in the midst of a major restaurant renaissance. New dining options open every month. And with all these new spots to visit, it’s easy to forget the older restaurants, the ones that first gave the area credibility.
The Washington area has seen an impressive level of growth in the past decade. From suburban development to urban renewal, the D.C. Metro region continues to expand at a rapid pace. Nowhere is that more apparent than right along the Potomac River in Prince George’s County, Maryland.
Washington D.C. has seen an explosion in haute cuisine recently, with celebrity chefs and elaborate menus taking over the city. But sometimes simple cooking is all a stomach needs. That’s where Great American Restaurants and their numerous locations come in handy, satiating the desire for great food without fuss.
In the heart of the District, a small piece of France exists within the walls of Bistrot Du Coin. Located in bustling Dupont Circle, just across the street from the the famous Russia House, Bistrot Du Coin touts an authentic French experience with a focus on “good food at a fair price.”
“French, Fun and Friendly.” With a motto like this, how you can you go...