1301 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC | Directions 2003638.907655 -77.041972
Neighborhoods: Connecticut Ave/ K Street, Northwest, Northwest Washington
Newport Beach Tax Pro – - Was referred to them by one of my co-workers and couldn't be more pleased. We just moved to Newport Beach and needed a new tax person. Very personable and pleasant to deal with.
- We live in Newport Bluffs. They are conveniently located for us (near the fairgrounds) and provided excellent service in a professional office. Our fee was slightly higher than what we paid our former tax professional and absolutely worth it.
Good food & service! – We're regular customers here. We like the good service and the consistently good food.
Great Servers and Staff – The servers are ALWAYS friendly and competent making each meal eaten here a delight. The food is very good and plentiful. Thank you!!
Great server – Our server, Lofti was great. She is attentive and quick to please.
Great Food & Service! – The food was great and the waiter was attentive and friendly. The chocolate at the end of our meal was a great touch. Great customer service.
Small town, homecooked meals in the heart of the city – I was first introduced to Luna while meeting a friend for dinner in the Dupont circle area. I had never been there before and was intrigued to try out their food. At first glance, Luna's exterior does not stand out as a eye-appealing restaurant in the busy Dupont area, however, upon walking in their front door, the artsy and creative decor will immediately catch your eye. Although the restaurant is smaller than most others in D.C. it has a certain quaint hometown feel about it that reminds me of many other family-owned businesses I have come to love. I have not gone wrong when ordering from their menu. Everything from their brunch specials to their sweet potato fries are sure to satisfy your hunger and leave you wanting to come back for more. During the snowstorm of 2010 a large group of friends and I found comfort in taking a break from the outdoor activities to fill up on home cooked american food at Luna. Their menu includes burgers, pasta, salads, waffles, omelets, tuna melts and club sandwiches. When looking for something low-key, reasonably priced, and a restaurant with spunk and character come to Luna.
Great daily specials! – Working near Luna allows me to come by on a quasi frequent basis and I have had both good and bad days here... but I have tended to have many more positive experiences here than negative. I tend to stick with sandwiches and pizza when I stop in... especially pizza I swing by on Sunday or Wednesday when all pizzas are half off! I have been meaning to swing by on a Tuesday when all pasta dishes are just $5 (which if you know me is a big step as I tend to stay away form pasta dishes at restaurants... as pasta always seems to be cooked well beyond al dente here in the states and pasta dishes offer a great cover with their sauces for restaurants to dump varying meats that they wouldn't dare plate normally unless covered by the texture and colors of other components). I only break my rule at restaurants I trust and Cafe Luna has so far been nothing but fresh and reliable so here is hoping it stays that way... I shall update.
PS this place has a solid happy hour and a late one at that!
Citysearch Editorial Review – A small, family-owned diner between Farragut Square and Dupont Circle, Luna Grill is a casual neighborhood favorite for comforting, traditional American dishes such as burgers, tuna melts and pasta as well as classic diner-style breakfast and brunch staples such as waffles and eggs.
Simple Spot in Dupont. – Luna Grill is good if you're looking for something simple. The menu is not overwhelming and the atmosphere is not intrusive. The food is good, the price is right, and it is usually pretty easy to get a table. There is local art for sale on the walls--some of it is especially unique. When I eat at Luna, I like the Chicken Ceasar Wrap (which disappeared off the menu, but has since returned) or the grilled cheese! Both come with good fries--a MUST. When the weather is nice, there is an outdoor patio in the back.
LunchaLunaRex! – Lunch at Luna - This place was introduced to me as the happiest place on Earth. While it may never win in a head-to-head with Disney Land, it still comes proper in the dining department. I'm a Monte Christo man myself, but that's only cuz I don't like having to pick between brekers and lunch.
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