When You’re Done with Turkey, More Treats to Eat


Area restaurants are upping their delivery and to-go offerings, still, and for those who are ready, you can dine on their patios and socially distance indoors:

Brasserie Liberte 
Brasserie Liberté is offering Friday lunch with French classics such as a croque monsieur, escargots, burgers, moules frites, and more. Brasserie Liberté serves lunch on Fridays from 11:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. 3251 Prospect Street NW; 202.878.8404; libertedc.com

Call Your Mother
Call Your Mother deli is introducing a selection of seasonal items to its menu including new products, local partners, and cold weather updates. Additionally, they are hosting a community patio pop-up, a weekly showcase of local creatives and their wares, whether that be art, crafts, or other items at their flagship Park View location through winter. Menu offerings include tuna melts, horchata rice crispy treats, and more. 3301 Georgia Avenue NW;

NEW:  Equinox 
Equinox is offering Eight Nights of Hanukkah (3-Course Menu $38), 'Nox Box Fulla Latkes ($25), and Menorah-tinis To-Go ($10). The Hannukah menu features local cauliflower soup, potato latkes, and more. The Latke box includes:  10 latkes with chive sour cream, apple quince puree & ginger-blackberry jam, ready to heat and serve. 818 Connecticut Ave NW; 202.331.8118;

NEW:  Fare Well
Fare Well has just released a lineup of cheese and charcuterie boards featuring plant-based meats, cheeses, and accoutrements. The boards feature mix and match choices of cheeses, including smoked cashew mozzarella, almond cheddar, herby cashew chevre, and macadamia ricotta, and charcuterie made with lentils, chickpeas, wheat, and spices, including capocollo, chorizo, pepperoni, and roast beef. The boards are rounded out with accouterments like seasonal pickles, mustard, fig jam, and thyme crackers. 406 H Street NE; 202.367.9600; 

Fresh Baguette
Fresh Baguette is launching a new lunch menu including four new sandwich Cro'gels and two new salads. Offerings include Cro'gels in Norweigan, breakfast, an autumn chopped salad, and more. 1737 Wisconsin Avenue NW; 888.648.0009; freshbaguette.net

Jack Rose Dining Saloon
Jack Rose is expanding on the popularity of its sweet-meets-spicy drumettes, by launching the “Jack Rose Wing Club” – a ghost kitchen pop-up featuring take-out and delivery-only wing feast. Offerings of wings include harissa wings, Carolina BBQ style, and more. 2007 18th Street, NW; 202.588.7388;

Mah Ze Dar
Mah-Ze-Dahr Bakery is offering new sweet (and savory) treats. Offerings include vanilla bean marshmallows, vegetable quiche, and more. Mah-Ze-Dahr Bakery is offering Holiday pies and treats for pick-up on Wednesday, November 25th and Thursday, November 29th. Everything from whole pies (pumpkin, pecan, apple crumble, lemon meringue) to pastry packies and pumpkin loaves. 1201 HALF STREET SE; 202.817.3133; mahzedahrbakery.com

Marcel’s has designed a new menu to temporarily replace Marcel's 20 year pre-theater menu. Marcel's is offering a three-course menu from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. , Tuesday-Thursday for $65 and Friday and Saturday, for $80. Pianist Michael Price is back in the lounge playing on Friday and Saturday evenings. Menu offerings include amuse bouche, black bass with cured cauliflower, and more. 2401 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW; 202.296.1166; marcelsdc.com

NEW:  Nobu 
Nobu has added two new offerings – a “Date Night” dinner for two and the abundant, “Family Style Set." Date night dinner for two ($95) includes a baby spinach salad, hand rolled box, and more. The family-style set ($148) includes edamame, black cod in butter lettuce, and more. Nobu also offers selection of wines, signature cocktails or premium, medium-bodied, delicate, and creamy sakes, all 20% off. 2525 M Street NW; 202.871.6565;

NEW:  NRG Provisions 
In preparation for the holiday season, NRG Provisions has brokered relationships with several new farms to bring American Wagyu beef, fresh duck, and much more. The red apron larder box ($100) includes quality meats, sides and some special snacks to last you a whole week. 709 D street NW; 703.224.5051;

Red Hen
Continuing The Red Hen’s current pop-up series inspired by Italian hot spots, the Aprés Ski menu includes new antipasti like Frank’s Burrata with roasted grapes, fried rosemary and toasted hazelnuts, shaved apple and celery salad, and more. 1820 First Street NW; 202.525.3021; theredhendc.com

Rose’s Luxury 
Rose's at Home is the newest branch of the Rose's Restaurant Group, a Michelin-starred restaurant group in Capitol Hill. Rose's at Home is focused on bringing the award-winning food and hospitality from Rose's Luxury, Pineapple & Pearls and Little Pearl into the comfort of guests home. Guests can now choose from three night packages menus. Menu offerings include:  breakfast for dinner (broccoli and ham quiche + more), pizza night (buffalo chicken dip, build your own pizza + more), and Rose’s classic (carmelized cauliflower + more). 717 8th Street SE; 202.580.8889;

Seoul Spice has transformed two of its locations into Korean Barbeque concepts. Beginning Wednesday, November 11, fans of the NOMA and Tenleytown locations will be able to enjoy high-quality, dry-aged beef, served tableside with an ample selection of Korean banchan (sides) and scratch-made sauces. Guests who visit the new Korean BBQ concept can also enjoy a 25% discount for the month of November, followed by a 10% discount for the month of December. The full price menu will launch on January 1, 2021. 45 N Street, NW, Suite 400; 202.817.6927; seoulspice.com


NEW:  Souper Girl
Throughout the holidays, SouperGirl customers can save 10% on all Soupergirl soups by using the GIVE10 customer code. In return, Soupergirl will donate 10% of all holiday discount sales to DC Food Project, which provides DC school children and their families with essential food via bi-weekly pick-ups. Soupergirl offers plant-based, healthy, certified-kosher soups and gazpachos. Soupergirl ships its soup-based meal packages nationwide.

Photo Credit: Alysa Turner