Spy City Cafe
The International Spy Museum's casual cafe specializes in hot dogs.
Reviewed By Ann Limpert
Comments () | Published February 26, 2007
Spy City Cafe
Address: 800 F St. NW, Washington, DC 20004
Phone: 202.654.0995
Neighborhood: Penn Quarter/Chinatown, Downtown
Cuisines: Deli/Quick Bites, American
Opening Hours: Open Monday through Friday from 8 to 6; Saturday and Sunday from 9 to 6.
Nearby Metro Stops: Gallery Place-Chinatown, Archives-Navy Memorial
Price Range: Inexpensive
Dress: Informal
Noise Level: Chatty
Reservations: Not Accepted
Best Dishes Red Square Dog; Eastern Blog Dog; Langley Dog.
Price Details: Hot dogs, $2.25 to $3.50.

From the Insider's Guide to Museums, May 2005

For a quick bite, head to the International Spy Museum's cool Spy City Café, which serves deli sandwiches and wraps, grilled panini, and a variety of green salads. Our favorites are the Spy City dogs--Hebrew National franks dressed up with creative toppings ($2.25 to $3.50). Try the spicy Red Square dog, a half-smoke laden with Dijon mustard, chili sauce, red peppers, and red-cabbage slaw; the Eastern Bloc dog, with sauerkraut and fried pickles; or the Langley dog, dripping with chili, cheddar, and onions. Wash them down with a Boylan's black-cherry soda or Route 22 root beer.

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