Mediterranean cuisine is renowned for the way its rich ingredients inspire innovative food-fighting techniques, such as the Kebab Eye Jab and the Hummus Humdinger. Arm yourself with culinary kapow with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of eastern Mediterranean fare and drinks at Morso Express, located on M Street in Georgetown. This Groupon expires three months from today's date.
Using fresh, seasonal ingredients and locally raised, natural beef, Morso's Mediterranean-inspired menu serves customizable wraps and burgers in addition to a variety of small plates and individual-sized flatbread pizzas. Salads such as the Turkish coban salad lob crunchy cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes, and parsley into your mouth mitt ($7) while the mixed greens combine roasted peppers, olives, feta, and a choice of lemon or pomegranate vinaigrette ($7). Combine a mix of smaller meze dishes such as the tzatziki ($5) and crushed potato salad ($5), or load your maw with delectable flatbreads from the brick oven such as the green pide, filled with a blend of flavorful swiss chard and goat cheese ($8). Wraps include a pistachio lamb-kebab wrap ($8) and red-lentil fritter ($7) and can be topped with ingredients such as hummus bi tahini, sumac onions, or tahini-yogurt sauce, as can freshly made burgers ($7). Sodas ($1.80) are also on hand to cool down sizzling mouth buds.
Morso Express's interior boasts glowing light fixtures and a glass-mosaic wall in addition to wood-and-chrome stools for a modern eating experience that remains free of ultramodern accessories such as pretend tables. Open until 2:30 a.m. on Thursday and 4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, Morso serves healthy, tantalizing options to night owls.
- The pides have a flavorful, chewy crust and are filled with thoughtful mixes of ultra-fresh ingredients… – Jane Black, Washington Post
- If you are going to party in Georgetown or just looking for a quick bite to eat Morso Express should be on your radar! – Paul, DC Socialite
- The wraps look good, but I go for the pides, individual flatbread pizzas. The lamb and cheese pides are tasty, but I'm a sucker for sucuk, a spicy Turkish sausage. – Brian F., Yelp
3277 M St. NW
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