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Four DC Restaurants Make It to Michelin’s Bib Gourmand List This Year


Michelin released its 2022 list of Bib Gourmand restaurants in the District of Columbia, adding four new ones, bringing the total number of DC eateries with Bib Gourmand ratings to 36.

Bib Gourmand recognition is granted to restaurants Michelin considers to be offering exceptionally good food at moderate prices.

The newly announced Bib Gourmand-rated restaurants are as follows:

Daru: An Indian restaurant in DC’s historic H Street Corridor. “The kitchen team takes classic Indian cuisine in a novel direction,” Michelin reviewers wrote about the business.

Address: 1451 Maryland Ave NE Washington DC

Phone: (202) 388-1848


Dauphine’s: A downtown restaurant that specializes in New Orleans cuisine under the leadership of Chef Kristen Essig

Address: 1100 15th St NW Washington DC

Phone: (202) 758-3785


Honeymoon Chicken: The restaurant in DC’s residential Petworth neighborhood puts a new spin on fried chicken. It “resembles a modern diner with old-school vibes,” according to Michelin.

Address: 4201 Georgia Ave NW Washington DC

Phone: (202) 983-5010


Menya Hosaki: Another Petworth restaurant which is famous for its Japanese dishes and ramen has outdoor seating. It started as a pop-up and is now a full-fledged brick-and-mortar shop. 

Address: 845 Upshur St NW Washington DC

Phone: (301) 818-7650


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