We are lucky to go to a school in such close proximity to one of DC’s best food scenes. As soon as we walk outside the front gates there are Wisey’s, Sweetgreen, Booey’s, Mai Thai, Good Stuff and Chipotle to name a few. Most schools are not as lucky as us to have such a wide variety of cuisine options at their finger tips.
As a result, Georgetown students seem less inclined to order-in food than students at other campuses, unless it is for late-night Domino’s. Here is a list of 7 random dishes that you can have delivered right to your door at an affordable price and that will make ordering-in the new, Georgetown fad.
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1. Egg Foo Young from 1 Fish 2 Fish
Egg Foo Young is like the Chinese version of a quiche: it is an omelette dish made with various vegetables and often topped with a meat ingredient such as pork, shrimp, chicken or beef.
2. Ahi Tuna Burger from The Burger Joint
This proud piece of grilled fish is lightly punctuated with pineapple, teryiaki and pickled ginger to give the burger a nice bite.
3. Bolognese Pizza from Bub and Pops
This pizza combines two of Italy’s most popular dishes: pizza and pasta bolognese. What could be better?
4. Chimichangas from Los Cautes
Why go out for classic Mexican food when you can get it delivered to your door? Chimichangas consist of a large, flour tortilla filled with beans, rice, pico de gallo, guacomole, and a meat of your choice.
5. Churros from Churreria Madrid
No where in Georgetown can you pick up this popular Spanish dessert, so you might as well order them in.
6. Sweet and Savory Crepes from Crepe-N-Creme
With Crepe-N-Creme offering a wide range of sweet and savory crepe options, students no longer need to wait until Wednesday’s to grab their crepes from the farmer’s market.
7. Feta Rolls from Zorba’s
Imagine a homemade, warm roll filled with feta cheese in your mouth in less than 30 mins.
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