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Late night in Georgetown

Besides 5 Guys, where can you eat in G'town after midnight?

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  1. Muncheez Mania on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Very tasty if you can stand the decor.
    http://www.muncheezmania.com/info/

    1. Bistro Francais is THE historic late nite place -- a bump up from the two previous, but worth it if one is mostly sober. This is where, traditionally, chefs go for late nite bistek and frites. One of the few French places that remain open in a city once dominated by frogs.

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      Bistro Francais
      3128 M St NW, Washington, DC 20007

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      1. re: beets4dinner

        I love Bistro Francais but was looking for a fast snack.

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        Bistro Francais
        3128 M St NW, Washington, DC 20007

      2. Morso Express on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays:

        http://www.morsoexpress.com/

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        1. re: Steve

          For some reason they've been closed for the last two weeks! At least they were closed last Wednesday, and the Wednesday before that as well. They have a sign up about "maintenance problems". Hopefully this will be remedied soon.

          1. re: Steve

            I love Morso Express -- it's very casual and small, but has wonderful food that is reasonably priced. Sorry to hear they have been closed recently.

          2. there's a very good falafal place on Potomac across from the old Georgetown Cupcake spot - 32nd St, I think? They always add a lot of pickles to the falafal and pita when I ask, unlike many places, which I appreciate. Good little spot.

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            Georgetown Cupcake
            1209 Potomac St NW, Washington, DC

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            1. re: Jeserf

              Quick Pita. I'm not a fan. Morso Express does that type of food way better IMO.

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              Quick Pita
              1210 Potomac St NW, Washington, DC 20007

              1. re: hamster

                I completely agree with hamster on this.

            2. Have you tried Georgetown Wing Company (upstairs)/Crêpe Amour (downstairs)?