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Dean & DeLuca, Washington DC

(3.7/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • Small grocery store with a selection of first quality food Gourmet to carry or serve, candy, bakery, delicious cheeses... to give you a taste...
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  • Already knew this deli from a branch in Napa Valley. The sandwiches are made on time and also has many options for salads, sushi, Italian dishes, cheeses, great for those who want to buy and eat outside on tables. I suggest the salad nicoise, a delight for the Washington summer.
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  • Nice coffee and food. They were selling Christmas biscuits. $5 for something the size of a honnob ...!incredibleb  more »
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  • Great atmosphere but the coffee girl totally messed up the cappuccino. Burning hot milk, poured way too much water through those otherwise great beans from Counter culture coffee. Such a pitty. She even ran more water through same load of beans and called it a double shot! Dont know if I should cry or laugh. Went back and asked her to do it over and yet still all steps wrong again. My mom had a tea... difficult to mess up so that one okay.
  • Ok the food is quite expensive. However it is always fresh and tastes great. I come in on special occasions and buy things to make a fancier pasta dishes or something of that sort. The deli and bakery have really good options for lunch
  • Worst dirty chai I've had and the barista was rude. Didn't know how to make it, argued me when I told her how to make it, and charged me for an extra shot of espresso when usually you have to make two shots of espresso at once anyway so most places will put it in if you ask. $7 for a glorified cup of milk that tasted like a glorified cup of milk.
  • Expensive grocery store. While the quality is somehow acceptable, the prices are unreasonably higher than the quality and service to justify shopping there.
  • Great hot and cold food options. Wonderful produce and desserts. Treat yourself to a great meal and sit outside to people watch