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These Washington, D.C. Restaurants Are Serving Thanksgiving Dinner

When Thanksgiving Day arrives here in Washington, D.C., we all want to celebrate with a decadent turkey dinner alongside mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce and more. However, you don’t have to dirty your 1331 Maryland kitchen to get this meal on the table – instead, you can head to a local restaurant.

Near our 1331 Maryland apartments, we’re surrounded by restaurants that can do the hard work for you on Nov. 24 by serving your family and friends the meal you’ve been craving. But don’t wait – make your reservations today at these eateries for your Thanksgiving meal!

Founding Farmers DC, located at 1924 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. which is 10 minutes from your 1331 Maryland apartment, is a cooperative-grower-owned spot serving farm-to-table-themed American fare in rustic digs.

Located just three blocks west of the White House, the award-winning Founding Farmers flagship restaurant has been a destination for locals and tourists alike since it opened in 2008. They are dedicated to serving high-quality, real food with an emphasis on cooking from scratch. They also bake their own bread, grind their own beef in-house, churn their own ice cream, and distill their own liquor.

Succotash, located at 915 F St NW, Washington, D.C. which is eight minutes from your 1331 Maryland apartment, melds Southern and Asian flavors in an inventive menu, which is perfect for if you’re looking to give your Thanksgiving dinner an eclectic twist.

Here, diners can find a progressive perspective on classic Southern favorites. James Beard Award winner Chef Edward Lee brings his Korean roots and Southern repertoire to a soulful Southern menu at Succotash, all alongside stunning views, soaring ceilings and a dramatic interior.

Founding Farmers DC

1924 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. 20006

(202) 822-8783


915 F St NW, Washington, D.C. 20004

(202) 849-6933