District of Columbia (DC) Eating And Drinking Places Companies

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Dave's Seafood House
1700 New Jersey Ave NW
Washington DC 20001
(202) 265-5757
Starbucks
1600 U St NW
Washington DC 20009
(202) 483-1536
Walter Reed Mini Mall Cafe
6825 16th St NW
Washington DC 20306
(202) 726-1568
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Mc Donald's
1335 10th St SE
Washington DC 20374
(202) 889-3085
Wings N Things
5501 Georgia Ave NW
Washington DC 20011
(202) 882-0177
Chateau Inc
3439 Benning Rd NE
Washington DC 20019
(202) 399-0106
Rumba Cafe
2443 18th St NW
Washington DC 20009
(202) 588-5501
Wendy's
23 I St SE
Washington DC 20003
(202) 484-4263
Subway Sandwiches & Salads
901 E St NW
Washington DC 20004
(202) 737-3480
Bar Pilar in Washington, DC
Bar Pilar
1833 14th St NW
Washington DC 20009
(202) 265-1751
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