Who's Cooking?: D.C. Restaurants Owned by Woman, Immigrants, and People of Color

Washington, DC, United States
Est. 10.7km / 3 hrs 18 mins / Map

Who's Cooking?: D.C. Restaurants Owned by Woman, Immigrants, and People of Color - Cya On The Road

When planning a trip to Washington, D.C., most people think of which Smithsonian or memorial to visit. Do I wanna see presidential paintings at the Portrait Gallery, take a walk through Black history at the African American Museum, or hike up the steps to see the Lincoln Memorial? The food that will get them through the day is usually an afterthought, and they’ll end up sitting on the curb, eating chicken tenders from the boldest-colored food truck lining the mall….I’m not speaking from experience…okay…maybe I’m projecting..but only a little. When we don’t consider the restaurants we go to as much of a destination as the museum we choose to meander through, we overlook the establishments, and the people running them, that keep this city alive—many of whom are women, immigrants, and people of color. So if you’re traveling to Washington or in the DMV looking for a bite to eat, join me as I guide us on a tour of diverse D.C. kitchens.

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