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Chowhound eating by Metro or bus--advice needed

Adam | Jan 5, 2001 06:13 PM

Hi everyone,

I'll be visiting DC, staying near Farragut Square for about five days. I'd like to eat well while I'm there, if I have time to get out on my own. I won't have a car, so I have to take public transit or taxis. I don't mind a subway or a bus ride.

I have lived in Boston and New York and have been to many places discussed on Chowhound in those cities.

A friend of mine recommended Florida Avenue Grill, and I have it located through MapQuest. However, it doesn't show Metro stops so I have no idea how to get there.

I couldn't find Love's Restaurant in MapQuest's Yellow Pages. Does anyone have an address and/or directions by transit?

I've eaten at Les Halles in New York and have always enjoyed their French-style steaks, though it can be very noisy. Any comments on the Les Halles in DC? It is the same restaurant, no?

I read here about the inexpensive breakfast place near Dupont Circle. That's very convenient for me because I'll be near there during working hours.

Does anyone have any suggestions? I like all kinds of good food like steak, classic French, Chinese, soul food, other ethnic foods, etc. Since I live in Boston I avoid seafood restaurants when I travel, unless they're seafood shack.

I especially need dinner recommendations, but breakfast and lunch as well. And if you know the nearest Metro stop or a connecting bus route, please let me know...

Thanks,
Adam

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