Cashion's Eat Place

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Details
1819 Columbia Rd NW
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 797-1819
American
$ $ $
Hours
Tue: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM Wed–Thu: 5:30 PM–11:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:30 PM–12:30 AM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Cashion's Eat Place has partnered with Womply to offer $35 cash back after 3 visits
  • The bar is a low-key party even on weeknights, service is attentive and warm, and the cooking, under chef/owner John Manolatos, strikes a balance between comfort and polish.
  • On my top five places to brunch in DC. Great food, service and the decor is fab.
  • The poster commenting on reservations at Cashion's is completely incorrect. I am a regular (almost daily), so I know for certain. The food is phenomenal, atmosphere charming & no deposit is required.
  • If you want to make a reservation, they require a $50 deposit. This should be your first warning this restaurant is no good.
  • Come on Wednesday and introduce yourself the Krishna, DC's best bartender!
  • The folksiness belies its sophisticated cuisine: Try New Orleans-style gumbo & spicy fried rabbit w/Creole mustard sauce. Late night menu on Friday & Saturday. -- Green Guide Editor
  • A longtime Adams Morgan favorite, Cashion's Eat Place has a sophisticated menu in a neighborhood that's not exactly known for its sophistication. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Loved the Roasted Beets, Sherry Vinaigrette and Pipe Dreams fresh Chvre Salad--absolutely, delightful and only $11.
  • Get the goat! Easily one of my favorite dishes in DC!
  • Eric W. is slightly confused. Cashion's asks for a credit card number to reserve tables for 6 or more as a guarantee. Your card is never charged unless you NO CALL, NO SHOW.
  • Good food, great drinks and terrific atmostphere.
  • Great brunch spot! I recommend the hash
  • Yum Yum! This is both a great restaurant for a special occasion, as well as a place to stop after work for a fine meal and an amazing glass of wine.
  • Try the "After Dark" menu, good between midnight and 2 am on Fridays and Saturdays. The bison burger is delicious, and the perfect finish to a night out on 18th street.
  • Krishna is awesome.
  • Brunch here is a great deal. A nice omelet, a little basket of pastries and homemade marmalade, some good coffee...
  • The Pork Hash makes for an awesome brunch + bloody mary, can't go wrong.
  • Loved the variety of olive oils and their duck confit with apple risotto. Menu changes daily.
  • All the small plates looked great tonight for light summer fare. Cantaloupe and Prosciutto along with a fresh beet salad were perfect.