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Awesome Restaurant and Bar Merch to Show Your DC Love

Rep your favorite spot and support industry workers in the process.

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Wearing restaurant merch is like donning a band t-shirt—an artful way to show your fandom. But as the hospitality industry struggles amid the health and economic crisis, buying swag is also a way to support local businesses and their staff (there’s even a new line of industry quarantine clothing that helps workers).  Check out these cool designs from bars and restaurants around DC.

Call Your Mother

The “Jew-ish” deli’s baseball tee celebrates our favorite quarantine comfort; $20.

Izakaya Seki

Izakaya co-owner Cizuka Seki’s whimsical, hand-drawn menus are turned into wearable art; $20

Bad Saint

The Filipino restaurant’s geometric logo jazzes up a utilitarian denim tote; $25.

Daikaya

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The online shop features ramen and fried chicken merch, like this cotton beanie; $17.

Elle

You can baguette this cool graphic t-shirt from the bakery and cafe; $17

Heist

The robbery-themed Dupont Circle nightclub is shipping fabric masks for your next grocery run; $15.

Lucky Buns

Burger chef Alex McCoy has a hat for when you’ve got buns on the mind; $35.

Ivy and Coney

This quirky homage to Chicago hot dogs comes in seven different colors; $20.

Reveler’s Hour and Tail Up Goat

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Rep the pasta-and-wine joint with a minimalist graphic t-shirt. $33.

District Taco

It’s always taco time when you’re wearing these socks; $12.

Maxwell Park

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The wine bar’s fun and funky themes are displayed on monthly t-shirts, available at the back of their takeout wine menu; $20 each.

 

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Daniella Byck joined Washingtonian in August 2018. She is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she studied journalism and digital culture. Originally from Rockville, she lives in Logan Circle.