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Where to Eat in Chinatown, Washington D.C.

Chinatown, Washington D.C.

On our recent trip to Washington D.C., we stayed just outside of Chinatown. This meant that most of the restaurants we chose ended up being in Chinatown. There is a ton of variety to choose from in Chinatown, and these are our suggestions of where to eat in Chinatown, Washington D.C.

About Chinatown

Chinatown is neighborhood of Downtown Washington D.C. Here you’ll find plenty of great restaurants, the iconic Friendship Archway, and the Capitol One Arena. And they don’t only have Chinese cuisine; you can find restaurants of all varieties here.

Where to Eat in Chinatown, Washington D.C.

Irish Channel Restaurant & Pub

On our first day in D.C., we ate lunch at Irish Channel Restaurant & Pub. Irish Channel is a local restaurant that serves authentic Irish food. They also have live music and are a great place to watch a game.

The restaurant is connected to the Fairfield Inn & Suites and they actually do the room service for the hotel.

500 H St NW, Washington, DC 20001


For dinner, we ate at Momiji, a two-level restaurant for Japanese sushi and hibachi. We were intrigued by their Sushi Love Boat, but we decided that was too much food for us and just ordered a few rolls.

Their rolls have creative names, and since we’re in D.C., I went for the White House Roll.

505 H St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Tony Cheng’s Chinese & Mongolian Restaurant

We’d been eating in Chinatown long enough without having tried any Chinese food, so that was next on our to-do list! Tony Cheng is another multi-level restaurant.

Downstairs they have a Mongolian barbecue buffet. Upstairs, where we ate, they have classic Chinese fare and dim sum.

619 H St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Yard House

Yard House is a national sports bar chain, but I wanted a place I could get a Coke in this land of Pepsi. Plus, they have a daily lunch special where you can get half a sandwich and a cup of soup, and their tomato basil soup is pretty good.

So if you’re in the mood for American bar food or want a huge selection of beers, Yard House is a good choice.

812 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

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Where to Eat in Chinatown, Washington D.C.

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