Thursday, July 26, 2007

Best Crab Cakes in DC

I have been on vacation this month and also moved house - thus my quiet blog. Now I'm back! Thank you for reading and commenting while I was gone.

Ken, a reader, made the following comment in one of my posts:
"If you were to recommend 3 restaurants in the district, which would they be? and who do you think has the best crab cakes in the city?"

Thank you Ken for the question!

Recommendations for 3 restaurants in the District of Columbia would be:

1) Sequoia - for the view of the Potomac. (202) 944-4200

3000 K St Nw, Washington, DC 20007

2) Guapos - Mexican restaurant with the best Chile con Carne in town and friendly service.

(Yes - it is a chain - but done right).

4515 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20016

Phone: (202) 686-3588

3) CLYDE'S OF GEORGETOWN - It's old "cave dweller" Washington - Classic!

3236 M Street, NW, Washington, DC 20007 Phone (202) 333-9180

Best Crab Cakes in the City?

2218 Wisconsin Ave Nw, Washington, DC 20007

(202) 333-5640

What 3 restaurants do you recommend in DC?

Who do you think has the best crab cakes in Washington?

What do you think of the restaurants I listed?


Ken said...

hey thanks so much for the post and suggestions! i am in dc right now, and have eaten at one of my favorites, 2amys. tonight i think we will go to hank's oyster bar. if you are into art & architecture, go to the kreeger museum on foxhall rd. well worth the trip. so far the weather is just as i thought it would be - hot but not too hot. i really wish it would thunderstorm but not predicted until i after we leave. thanks again!

ilovedcblog said...

Welcome to DC Ken!

I've eaten at 2 Amy's and it's very popular.

I have not tried Hank's Oyster Bar - so I suppose I'll have to give that a try.

I love art and architectire. I've heard great things about the Kreeger Musuem! It's beautiful and has a fascinating story.

The weather in DC has been great until now. Summer has continued into the end of October. Just this week we got rain and I had to put the heat on.

Thank you for the feed back and suggestions!