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District Kitchen

Posted on April 20, 2015 by under Food and Drink, Travel.    

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District Kitchen is this really cool restaurant in Woodley Park just around the corner from our hotel. With its exposed brick walls and hip ambiance, the restaurant reminds me of 715 in Lawrence. Maybe it’s the lightbulbs.

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It didn’t take long for the restaurant to get packed.

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It was a busy evening so it took a while for our food to arrive. It was well worth the wait, though. Here are some pictures.

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These brussel sprouts don’t look like much but they were quite popular. Everyone who tried a bite loved it, except for Ginger who found it too sweet. I didn’t try it myself though, so I wouldn’t know.

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After dinner we got three of the desserts to share and sample.

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This is the apple and fig bread pudding with vanilla ice cream.

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This is the banana créme brûlée.

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Brian didn’t have dinner because he already had dinner earlier that evening (the babe calzone from Open City, which was his favorite meal DC) but he did enjoy the triple chocolate brownie. It was quite decadent and super delicious. I know because I shared it with him. It’s definitely not to be missed.

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Another thing that’s not to be missed is a trip to the restroom.

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Theis is definitely one of the coolest restrooms I’ve ever used.

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I also liked this sign on the wall which is a clever way of saying not to flush anything but toilet paper down the drain. It’s in keeping with the bathroom theme and decor.

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District Kitchen on Urbanspoon

I really liked District Kitchen. There are lots of neat little restaurants in Woodley Park and I think this is one of the better ones. Darcy did a great job in picking it out.

If you are ever in the area, District Kitchen is definitely worth checking out. And, the best part is that it’s only a metro stop away. (At least check out the restroom.)

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