The DC Restaurant Scene Expands in Residential Areas

Little Serow Restaurant Located on Basement Level | YELP, Justin C. 

Little Serow Restaurant Located on Basement Level | YELP, Justin C. 

The majority of restaurants in DC used to be in designated areas. However, now restaurants are popping up in what used to be primarily residential areas. Things have changed- the neighborhood east of Rock Creek Park features restaurants such as Crane & Turtle sandwich between apartments. DC is also no longer only known for government politics, the culinary scene is growing to accommodate the expanding local community.

The millennials population is growing. 18 to 35 year olds make up 35 % of the city residents. Does this mean DC is becoming a breeding ground for fast casual concepts? Read More