Dining out is simpler than combining ingredients over an open flame or setting up a system of crazy straws that winds from your window to your neighbor's dinner table. Take it easy with this Groupon.
$20 for $40 Worth of American Cuisine
Jumbo blue-crab cakes ($24) and braised lamb fettuccine ($23) complement fresh brick-oven pizza ($13–$15) on the lunch and dinner menu. The weekend brunch menu flaunts omelets ($10–$12) and challah french toast ($9).
Owner Med Lahlou took the U from U Street and combined it with the beginning of his last name and a restaurant he owned named Tunnicliff's to form Ulah Bistro, according to the Washington Post. Ulah's chefs, who have more than 20 years of culinary experience, handcraft American cuisine, pleasing palates from coast to coast to the pizza-laden streets of New York and back.
Fresh seafood steers the menu ocean-side, with fresh shrimp, scallops, and calamari enlivening linguine, and seared tuna and Atlantic salmon sweeping up the hearty new york strip steak in their currents. In the eatery’s brick oven, golden-brown pizzas sport combinations such as Ulah’s signature medley of crab, tomatoes, olive oil, and parmesan. Alternatively, a make-your-own option lets pizza-lovers personalize pies with vine-ripened tomatoes to reflect their rosy cheeks, or sun-dried tomatoes to reflect their third-degree sunburns.
a dining room with candlelit brick walls and dark wood furniture is set in front of an open kitchen. The upper level ... has a loungier feel.Kate Nerenberg, Washingtonian, 3/24/08
hearty, delectable comfort food such as pizza, burgers and mac-and-cheese—at very affordable prices, and with good service to boot.Cori Sue, Bitches Who Brunch, 10/1/10
U Street - Cardozo
1214 U Street Northwest
Washington, District of Columbia 20009