August 17th, 2015676 views
Named one of the "best new restaurants in America" by Esquire, Brasserie Beck has quickly become one of DC's most popular dining options. This restaurant near Yale West remains true to chef and owner Robert Wiedmaier's Belgian roots with lots of casual, affordable options on the menu and brasserie-style service that extends all day long and well into the night.
Try an order of moules et frites with your choice of white wine sauce, Thai curry sauce, or bacon and truffle-cream sauce. Or go for the Croque Madame sandwich, with rosemary ham, egg, and mustard. Regulars suggest that you also keep an eye on the specials board, because the kitchen puts out innovative and creative daily dishes depending on what was freshest at the market that morning.
This place is popular for leisurely lunches and dinners, but it's also well located for pre-theater meals and offers theater specials that are well-priced and guaranteed to get you out the door before curtain call!
1101 K St NW
Washington, DC 20005