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Where to Stay in Washington, D.C.

Wondering where to stay in Washington DC? You’ve come to the right place. I’m a DC local living in the city.

Washington, DC is full of distinct neighborhoods that give the city character. In this article, I go over all the best places to stay in Washington DC. This guide includes the best hotels and neighborhood recommendations so you don’t have to worry about a thing. 

Alexandria Taylor Updated February 20, 2024 USAWashington DC


Dish of the Week: Bullfrog Bagels’ The Oriole

Attention GW students: a new bagel shop is in town.

D.C.-chain Bullfrog Bagels opened in Western Market on Monday, bringing Foggy Bottom its freshly handmade bagels and 18 “bagelwiches” made of egg-and-cheese breakfast classics and hearty lunch sandwiches including a house-smoked salmon, reuben and BLT menu items. It didn’t take me long to settle on the Oriole – a mouth-watering combination of Baltimore braised brisket...

By: LIZZIE HAHN | March, 9th 2023 | GW HATCHET

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Small Business Spotlight: Bullfrog Bagels Opens up New Location

Christian Rowe Development Manager at Bullfrog Bagels stop by to talk about their new Western Market location located at 2000 Pennsylvania Ave NW, DC and more.

by Good Morning Washington

Tue, April 4th 2023, 10:51 AM EDT


8 Delicious, Hangover-Curing Breakfast Sandwiches You Can Order From Your Bed

Jeremiah Cohen’s nine year-old operation, which just opened a location inside Foggy Bottom’s Western Market, makes my favorite bagels in the city right now. And while some deli Reubens are as big as apple pies, this relatively compact (but still decadent) version—piled with thick-sliced corned beef, housemade sauerkraut, and a big slather of Russian dressing—is easy to polish off in one sitting. 

By: ANN LIMPERT | March, 16th 2023


POLITICO By SAM STEIN 04/07/2023 04:30 AM EDT

A D.C. native, Cohen, 56, is the founder of Bullfrog Bagels, an operation that started as a small batch project in his own home.

His fascination with the bagel dates back to his childhood, when he and his parents, who ran the Tabard Inn, would get in the family’s Volvo 240 on Sunday mornings and drive from River Park to Silver Spring to get bagels in the Maryland burb. It was a 45-minute commute, each way. But there were no better options closer by. It became a ritual that, in his words, “beat out any other breakfast experience.” Ultimately, it was one of the defining throughlines of this life.


Bullfrog Bagels to open shop in Western Market in March

Bullfrog Bagels owner Jeremiah Cohen said he is still awaiting final inspections but is aiming to open the chain’s fourth location in the food hall by March 1. He said the cafe will open seven days a week at 7 a.m. and continue service until bagels run out, which he said typically happens at about 3 p.m.

by  Grace Chinowsky

JAN 19th, 2023



The food can be anything from bagels and pastries to salad and pizza. Josh Bayard uses the app and recently purchased a bag from Bullfrog Bagels in Washington, DC. He spent $4 and received 8 bagels, saving about $10. Bayard says he appreciates getting a deal, but his main motivation is to help the environment.


Thursday, November 3, 2022

Bullfrog Bagels Brunch

10 of the Best D.C. Brunch Spots, According to D.C. Foodsters
If there is one meal D.C. does right, it's brunch. Whether it's casual, bottomless or a straight-up party brunch, you won't catch us anywhere else mid-day on Sundays [...] "We love the consistency of their bagels, and though the popular opinion tends to find the bottom of the bagel their least favorite part, somehow—somehow—Bullfrog Bagels is able to season even the bottom of their bagels
By: Shahrzad Rasekh | November 12, 2021 | Food & Drink
Image: @thetripleeaters


Bullfrog Bagels food truck ‘hops’
into Tenleytown!

Bullfrog Bagels brings its delicious, community-centered bagels
close to campus

By Eliza DuBose 

Saturday, April 17, 2021


Pesce Too Pops Up Inside Bullfrog Bagels Serving Seafood on Capitol Hill

Try food from Chef Andrew LaPorta Wednesday through Saturday nights.


MARCH 18TH, 2019


D.C. finally has great bagels. So which is better: Call Your Mother or Bullfrog?

Call Your Mother, which pops up at farmers markets in the area, is opening its Park View storefront this week. (Dayna Smith/for The Washington Post)

By Emily Codik

October 10, 2018


New Dupont Circle Cafe Will Host Rotating Pop-Up Restaurants

Established eateries, start-up restaurants will cycle through Shop Made in D.C.

by Warren Rojas  

Sep 8, 2017, 12:11pm EDT

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Bullfrog Bagels Turns a New York Classic Into
a D.C. Original

By Rina Rapuano

June 6, 2014

The lamentations over DC’s lack of good bagels are longstanding and legion, and the search for a good one in the city seems to have hit a fever pitch - if last weekend’s lines at the Bullfrog Bagels pop-up at Cork Market are any indication, anyway. Bagels have even been called the new cupcake. But what if a true New York or Montreal or San Francisco bagel can never be made in DC? Bullfrog owner and baker Jeremiah Cohen says maybe it’s time to embrace something new: the DC bagel. 

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A Match Made on H Street

by Shulie Madnick

October 30, 2014



Let the Bagel Wars Begin


JUNE 6TH, 2014

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