Agora

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Details
1527 17th St NW (btwn Corcoran & Q St NW)
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 332-6767
Turkish, Mediterranean
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:00 AM–11:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM
Singleplatform

Foursquare Tips

  • Excellent food. The service was pitiful. I would go back again, but might be cautious because I left a paltry tip. The waiter was awful!!!!!
  • Amy is the best. Tip Top Best!
  • Slowest drink service ever
  • It was delicious. I know the food from the region pretty well and I was pleasantly surprised at how good it was (visiting from NY)
  • Get the bottomless mimosa... They're literally bottles.
  • Bottomless brunch ends at 3pm on the dot, no matter when you're seated. Management is oddly confrontational about this.
  • Waitress did a great job topping off my mimosa. Excellent Sujuklu Pide (flatbread with Turkish sausage and pesto) and an overall fantastic brunch deal.
  • Agora features chef Rasit Gulsen, whos put together a simple Mediterranean menu, heavy on grilled seafood. Simple pleasures.
  • Shitty service. When I complained, the server complained to the rest of my party that I had complained. THIS is a first.
  • Small portions (even for a "small plates" format) but great quality. Taramasalata is fluffy and fantastic.
  • Amy literally is the best. Umm HELLO
  • There is no reason why my unlimited Mimosa glass should be empty for twenty minutes
  • Great patio good people watching, good food
  • Ask for the cucumber martini. It's not on the menu but it's fantastic!
  • Great food, and a hidden brunch gem--no wait and reasonable prices.
  • Great place for a date or casual girl's night. Try the htipiti and the chef's borek.
  • We Love DC recommends you try the Raki, Turkey's national drink. Combining the flavors of aniseed and distilled fruits, the drink also pairs well with several dishes.
  • Had dinner here last night. The cuisine is delicious & well prepared, the service is atrocious.
  • I went with a large party and shared lots of little plates. Most of them were really tasty
  • Lamp chops