100 Very Best Restaurants: #88 – Mintwood Place

Pro tip: Pick restaurants like Mintwood Place, which serve dishes from the regular menu. Photograph by Scott Suchman


Every neighborhood should be as lucky as Adams Morgan to have a warm French-American bistro—perfect for a solo drop-in at the bar for onion soup, a cassoulet feast on a chilly night, or boisterous weekend brunch (we love the salmon flammekueche). Chef Matthew Cockrell keeps things interesting with specials, while pastry chef Stephanie Milne is behind creative sweets such as tahini-butterscotch pot de crème. Expensive.

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