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stgrove Feb 28, 2011 10:28 AM

Hello, Chowhounds! I'm meeting a friend for lunch next week and am looking for suggestions for a sit-down lunch place along K Street or a block or two north or south someplace between Washington Circle and Connecticut/Farragut North.

We've done Sichuan Pavillion and that basement Indian buffet next to Naan and Beyond and are looking for new options. Thai would be nice. Or even a good sandwich place with space to sit and eat. Any suggestions?

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  1. monkeyrotica RE: stgrove Feb 28, 2011 10:42 AM

    If the weather's nice, Greek Deli

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    Greek Deli
    1120 19th St NW Frnt 1, Washington, DC 20036

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      spinachandchocolate RE: monkeyrotica Feb 28, 2011 03:35 PM

      Greek Deli is not sit down.

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      Greek Deli
      1120 19th St NW Frnt 1, Washington, DC 20036

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        marcj RE: spinachandchocolate Feb 28, 2011 04:33 PM

        Don't they have tables set up outside when it's nice?

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          monkeyrotica RE: marcj Feb 28, 2011 04:54 PM

          They have two outdoor tables in good weather. All the more reason to get there early.

    2. ktmoomau RE: stgrove Feb 28, 2011 11:08 AM

      Breadline, perhaps Teaism might work if it is nice they have outside seats.

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      Teaism
      2009 R St NW, Washington, DC 20009

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        stgrove RE: ktmoomau Feb 28, 2011 11:42 AM

        Hm, thanks much for the suggestions! I'm a fan of Greek Deli, but am ready to try someplace else. Breadline looks great--will we be able to get a table around 1 or is it likely to be too busy?

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        Greek Deli
        1120 19th St NW Frnt 1, Washington, DC 20036

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          hamster RE: stgrove Feb 28, 2011 01:31 PM

          I've always been able to get a seat even when it's really busy. There's a lot of turnover, I think. I prefer getting all sandwiches served on their baguette - it is very very good.

          I also really like Pret a Manger, which has smaller servings but very interesting combinations and fresh sandwiches and salads.

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        Elyssa RE: stgrove Feb 28, 2011 12:21 PM

        Lots of options in this area....unfortunately Thai isn't really one of them. For sandwiches, I like Brown Bag at 818 18th Street (right past the Farragut West metro).

        Also a few blocks away (right next to Breadline) is Roti which I'm in love with. The salmon kabob is delicious.

        And Nooshi is pretty good for pan-Asian.

        It gets crowded sometimes but I also like Rice Bar at 1020 19th Street.

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        The Brown Bag
        818 18th St NW Frnt L-2, Washington, DC 20006

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          Steve RE: stgrove Mar 1, 2011 07:15 PM

          If you go to Breadline, get the Italian Sausage Sandwch (served every day). Unless it's Friday in which case you should order the bbq on a ciabatta. Word.

          1. hill food RE: stgrove Mar 2, 2011 01:35 AM

            I like Nooshi and Asia Bistro, but don't forget Malaysia Kopitiem on M (looks like a dump)

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              hamster RE: hill food Mar 2, 2011 06:23 AM

              If you're willing to go up to M Street, check out Maoz for felafel. All-you-can-eat toppings bar, very fresh, comfortable seating. I really like this place.

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