Feb 25, 2024 - Food and Drink

Food halls for every mood in the D.C. area

Two tacos with green salsa

Beer-friendly Hi-Fi tacos at The Roost. Photo: Rey Lopez/The Washington Post via Getty Images

Favorite food halls? With over a dozen in the D.C. area, there's a destination for every mood.

๐Ÿป Excellent drinks

The Roost (Capitol Hill): Neighborhood Restaurant Group's drink dynamos offer a truly impressive cocktail, wine, and beer lineup at indoor/outdoor bars Show of Hands and Shelter, with fancy touches (e.g. homemade vermouths, 50 taps) at wallet-friendly prices.

๐Ÿœ Asian eats

The Spot (Rockville): If you've never tried mochi donuts, hand-cut noodles, or Taiwanese fried chicken, this pan-Asian food hall is the place.

๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€๐Ÿ‘งโ€๐Ÿ‘ฆ Kid-friendly

The Block (Annandale, Bethesda): The vibe is upbeat at these Asian food halls where families can load up on dumplings and shaved ice desserts.

๐Ÿ›ผ Group fun

Bryant Street Market (Edgewood): Make a day of it at neighboring Kraken (pickleball! roller skating!) and then dig into tacos, margaritas, or barbecue.

๐ŸŒ Globetrotting

Western Market (Foggy Bottom): Over a dozen stalls pack in a world of variety, from pan-African eats to Guatemalan and Greek street food, Southeast Asian bowls, and bagels.

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