The Adams Morgan and Dupont Circle neighborhoods are filled with a variety of restaurants from casual to fine dining and any sort of ethnic cuisine you can think of. Cashion’s Eat Place offers a menu of American Fusion food . They offer dinner, brunch and an “after dark” menu. The latter menu consists of old pub favorites with a bit of a twist. The menu changes seasonally, so the ingredients comprising your meal are at their peak for the season.
My personal experience at Cashion’s was during their weekend brunch. The make classic breakfast items and put a special Cashion’s spin on them. I enjoyed the “Sammy’s Scrapple” with biscuits a poached egg(my request, typically served with scrambled eggs) with white gravy and country potatoes. This was not your typical factory processed scrapple. The ingredients tasted fresh, and the combination of herbs was superior. The biscuit was flaky and buttery and the classic white gravy had just the right amount of richness and texture as opposed to the heaviness of it’s southern prototype. My friend enjoyed the “Sarah’s Cornmeal Waffle” with pecan butter and berries, and of course I had to try a bit. The texture of the cornmeal waffle was light and not dense as you would think with such a heavy flour, and the nuttiness of the pecan butter was the perfect compliment to the natural sweetness of the corn waffle. Paired with mimosas, this meal was the ideal way to spend an early Sunday afternoon. The decor is sleek and contemporary yet warm. I would feel comfortable wearing a cocktail dress or a pair of jeans to this restaurant.
Cashion’s Eat Place is located at 1819 Columbia Rd, just past the intersection of 18th Street and Columbia Road in the heart of Adam’s Morgan. You should expect to spend $75+ per person for dinner, dessert and a cocktail if you wish. If you are having brunch expect to spend $20+. The atmosphere is great and so is the food. I highly suggest you dine here!
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