DGS Delicatessen

1317 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington D.C. 20036
(202) 293-4400


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Bitches Who Brunch
The Bitches Say: A+. DGS Delicatessen offers high-quality ingredients. Gourmet deli cuisine. Attentive service. A chic ambiance. Just really good. Awarded with the Best Bagel and Lox Award for 2013!
Amanda K.
Get the Reuben
Washington Post
DGS is no standard-issue deli. For starters, the Dupont Circle outpost comes with a bar. Further, the kitchen is more respectful than reverential regarding tradition.
Paige P.
Try the Jameson.
Caitlin B.
Salmon tartar is amazing!
Eater
Chef Barry Koslow makes a mean matzoh ball soup, and the restaurant also has festive cocktails and a solid brunch offering. [Eater 38 Member]
Thrillist
Jewish eats (both inventive and traditional) paired with craft cocktails in what looks like a turn of the century grocery (white subway tiles, barnwood shelving overflowing with jars...).
Tammy G.
Don't miss the latkes!
Damien M.
The matzo ball soup had enough salt in it to kill a horse but the sandwiches are great
Marcia J.
Matzo ball soup is outstanding. Latkes are delicious.
Tammy G.
Try the roasted cauliflower! Yum! Arrive before the lunch rush and enjoy a great meal at the back bar. It's not a deli, per se, but they have great sandwiches and side salads.
John L.
It's not a NY Deli, it's a DC delicatessen. If you think it's too expensive compared to NY Delicatessens, you have never been to one. They also make everything in house.
Joe F.
While the quality of the food was good, the price tag isn't inline with the portions. Also $3 for a Dr. Browns should be illegal. If you don't expect Katz or Carnegie deli you probably will enjoy it.
Cara F.
It's just ok. For the price the sandwiches are tiny without much meat. Probably wont go back because who wants to spend $30 for lunch. Disappointing.
Stephanie M.
The bread pudding is incredible!
Akash J.
Noisy! Not a good place for clients or romance. (Or romantic clients.)
Amanda F.
Horribly named. Expect to take a sit-down restaurant amount of time & a sit-down amount of money bc it's that & not a deli! Delis are quick & cheap!
Alex K.
Get the matzo ball soup. Like grandma used to make.
corbett3000
There is now takeout!!!
Christopher C.
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