Lebanese Taverna

Row 1

2641 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC 20008
(202) 265-8681
Mediterranean, Falafel
$ $ $
Mon–Thu: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM Sat: Noon–11:00 PM Sun: Noon–9:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The food is out of hand in this joint- especially if you like lamb.
  • Enjoy the babaganoush
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  • The spicy humus is extra yummy!
  • Agreed. Tall, lanky waiter sucked. I thought the food was subpar. Mama Ayesha's is better.
  • Oh, and be sure to grab an Almaza--a light Lebanese beer with great flavor.
  • Skip this location! Tysons Galleria's service and quality is top of the line compared to Woodley. I had to ask for the zucchini and tomatoes for my lamb kabob?! Lamb, rice and onions?! Really???
  • Got seated, waited 10 minutes for someone to come over. Everyone was gossiping in the back. We left.
  • Love that they have gluten free indicators on the menu and offer rice crackers. The baba ghanoush, shanklesh and virgin mojito were all fresh and tasty.
  • Beautiful restaurant. Enjoyed it with kids from 6 to 12. Our waiter was very gracious and kept the kids happy with kabobs, shawarma, bread and salads. Shrimp Arak, Lamb Sharhat with sangria were nice.
  • Menu has whole "international coffee" list! =)
  • WARNING Pomegranate margarita tasty but seeds really nasty -- drink should be strained.
  • Best place for dinner if you have Vegans in the group (or non-vegans)! Delicious food and great atmosphere. The Naan is so good, and they keep it coming! They also have free mouthwash in the bathroom!
  • Nice gluten free menu, staff well educated in gluten free food
  • Colleen says; Go Vegitarian Jordan says: mojitos R Mmmminty!
  • The hummus and lamb kebabs are so good!
  • Now over 12+locations in&around DC,from their humble family owned restaurant beginnings,sit a spell to enjoy your meal,engage in lively convo w/the owner,he may just pop a wine his private collection
  • Humus and artichoke hearts were great
  • You have to try the octopus
  • Whatever food you get, wash it down with some ayran (salted yogurt drink).

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