One of the DC's best film festivals, dedicated to nature and the environment. A great place to see and showcase world-class leading films in natural history and environmental documentaries. Venues are spread throughout downtown DC and hosted in association with the American University.
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- 850.94 mi0.94 mi from Environmental Film Festival1 review
Tandoori Time is a surprisingly tasty Indian all-you-can-eat buffet in downtown DC. It's usually busy on week days around, filled by refugees from nearby offices. There are usually two or three vegetarian options and two or three chicken options. The buffet is around $10 and includes a salad bar, Indian desert, and as much naan as you can eat.Popular withVegetarian
- 860.49 mi0.49 mi from Environmental Film Festival1 review
The chicken madness or my personal favorite the burger madness are staples of Georgetown. After you eat half, you may feel like dying because of all of the grease, but you'll push through and finish it because it tasets so good. That's what this type of food is for. Also good for a quick breakfast sandwich equally filled with grease ...
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I got the month's special salad, which was mesclun, chevre, peaches, sunflower seeds, and champagne vinaigrette. It was delicious! All the ingredients tasted really great and fresh. The prices are comparable to Chop't but I think they have better things to put in your salad. Also I really like the emphasis on 'local' ingredients and how all their stuff is ...
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- 890.37 mi0.37 mi from Environmental Film Festival1 review
This is a great Italian place that's close to Georgetown. It's very pricey, but if you're looking for a lot of good food, you should come here. I ordered boar chops, and I got two huge chops with penne carbonara. So much food. The only reason I give it 4 stars is that it's expensive and the location is in ...
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- 920.69 mi0.69 mi from Environmental Film Festival1 review
Probably the most authentic French restaurant in DC, nestled in upper Georgetown away from the commercialism of M Street (main drag of Georgetown). Classic and simple menu with a good wine list and professional service. Great wine bar upstairs that features wine tasting, live music on certain nights.Popular withLuxuryFoodies
- 930.85 mi0.85 mi from Environmental Film Festival1 review
Great spot to stop for brunch, HH, dinner. A reasonably priced and manageable menu. Charming and cozy without being cramped. Kid friendly (read: crayons and sippy cups along with a variety of chairs to help parents out). Eggs Benedict were really well turned out! (Somehow this breakfast standard frequently can be ruined with over poached eggs or runny Hollandaise. $3 ...Popular withFamiliesBusiness
- 940.96 mi0.96 mi from Environmental Film Festival1 review
Mission is a classy Mexican restaurant just north of Dupont Circle's northern Metro exit. We didn't find the margaritas anything to right home about, but you can't go wrong with a solid after work/after long day walking the city margarita. What was impressive, and the reason for a 4-star rating, was the baja-style fried fish tacos. Usually fish tacos in ...Popular withVegetarianBusiness
- 950.44 mi0.44 mi from Environmental Film Festival1 review
This local gelaterie with an argentine twist offers up an interesting assortment of flavors that change seasonally from black sesame to honey lavender to pineapple mint gelato and sorbet along with the expected nocciola or dark chocolate flavors. Great coffee and homemade alfajores are one the menu as well. Nestled in upper Georgetown there's upstairs seating and a nice bench ...Popular withTrendstersFoodiesFamilies
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- 980.32 mi0.32 mi from Environmental Film Festival1 review
Formerly called Farmers and Fishers, Farmers Fishers Bakers is the replacement establishment and now boasts a delicious brunch and sushi menu. I came for dinner and was unimpressed by the service; service was slow and servers didn't know much about the meny (they clearly need work in this area). However, the food was delicious. I had a seared ahi tuna ...
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