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District Commons

Washington, D.C.

This bistro in the heart of Washington, D.C.’s Foggy Bottom neighborhood is a low-key yet stylish take on the traditional American tavern. Featuring bold modern design, reclaimed and repurposed materials, and polished-concrete bars, it provides a fun and homey respite amidst the bustle of the city. Wood-wrapped columns provide warmth and depth. A monumental raw bar and an open-hearth oven are the restaurant’s anchors and focal points, while the open kitchen functions as a stage, attracting the attention of passersby. Mural-size black-and-white historic photographs add local character and to this vibrant neighborhood locale.