In its former lives, the space now occupied by J'Ollies Restaurant was a biker bar, a seafood restaurant, and a pub. When J'Ollies moved in, though, that space was transformed into a family-friendly restaurant where diners can feast on pancakes and waffles straight from the griddle, or homemade biscuits bathed in sausage gravy. They can even create their own omelet, filling a hearty three-egg and cheese package with meat and veggies. Later in the day, lunch and dinner options include American classics such as beer-battered cod, meatloaf, and grilled cheese sandwiches.
Chow down on ribs, slaw and more at Hogs On The Hill III, a down-home barbecue joint in Washington. Low-fat fare is not available here, so leave some room in your diet. With its kid-friendly vibe, Hogs On The Hill III is a great spot for families to chow down.
Getting your food to go is also an option.
For convenience, diners can park in a neighboring lot.
A meal at Hogs On The Hill III will typically set you back about $30. Hogs On The Hill III offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
The sounds of sputtering grill tops, clattering utensils, and lively conversation fill the dining room at Honey Pig Restaurant, earning it praise from the Washington Post in 2010 as "one of the most entertaining barbecues around." The menu brims with both familiar and adventurous meats, including pork belly, beef ribs, and pork neck. Diners soak in Korean culture via both the food and K-pop, selecting a protein-rich spread and watching as the servers sear their orders on solar-heated tableside grills.
Meat-eaters in Washington will fall in love with The Rib Pit Inc — this barbecue joint is a tasty destination for Petworth residents. If you're avoiding fat or gluten, you can still eat well at The Rib Pit Inc, which offers a number of low-fat and gluten-free choices. Get your whole crew together at The Rib Pit Inc, offering lots of special space for larger parties.
Shake off the stiff workday duds at The Rib Pit Inc — attire is casual. Can't get enough of The Rib Pit Inc's tasty dishes? They also offer a catering service for parties and events. Or, take your food to-go.
If driving doesn't appeal, you can take public transportation, with a nearby stop at Georgia Ave Petworth (Green, Yellow). Brush up on your parallel parking skills — the restaurant's 14th Street Northwest location offers nearby street parking.
Thrifty diners will love the reasonable prices here as well, with a meal usually costing less than $15. You'll need a couple Andrew Jacksons for a visit to The Rib Pit Inc — they only accept cash.
The talented cooks at Jumpers Grille grace tables with tasty dishes of tender pulled pork and chicken, delicious sides, and dollops of signature barbecue sauce. Each juicy portion of meat arrives on a choice of special roll, white, wheat, rye, or wrap, slathered in mild, hot, or honey sauce, and crowned with a medley of toppings including relish, horseradish, Tiger sauce, and onion. Chilly draughts of cola, freshly brewed iced tea, and birch beer quench mealtime thirsts, and piping hot cups of coffee and hot tea warm gullets or melt blocks of ice with love notes embedded in them. Like a blistering banjo solo, the mouthwatering lineup of sides promise a traditional accompaniment to barbecue feasts, with appetizing eats of french fries, mac 'n' cheese, crisp coleslaw, and hearty potato salad.
In 1983, "Beefalo" Bob DiMartino began a small-scale catering operation built around no-frills, classic recipes of pit-roasted barbecue, growing his business to include a carry-out joint, sports bar, and even an upscale banquet hall. Bob's process is simple: slow cooking beef, ham, turkey, slabs of ribs and morsels of pork and chicken over smoking hickory fires and not cutting corners with gas jets or heat vision. The sports bar garnishes these backyard-style feasts with plates of oysters, lump crab cakes, and strip steak, as well as sports games on 20 big-screen TVs and rivers of cold beer.
True to its roots as a catering outfit, Beefalo Bob's supplies parties of up to 10,000 with bull roasts, crab feasts, and roasted pigs, as well as rentals of tents, tables, and moon bounces. Fancy occasions find a home in the 250-person Reflections Hall, decked out with chandeliers, DJs, a fireplace, hints of sparkly gold, and a wide-open hardwood dance floor.