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    Where to have breakfast in Washington: the Tastee Diner

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    If you are in the American capital and you have an irresistible desire to do a breakfast all’americana, with eggs, bacon, pancakes, omelets, toast, maple syrup and coffee; if what you are looking for is a local characteristic, with a certain history, one of those diners where, if you wish, you can also choose to listen to a 50s song directly from the table, simply by slipping a coin into the mini-jukeboxe next to you; well, if that's all you're looking for, then your destination can only be one: the Tastee Diner, the ideal place where to have breakfast in Washington.
    Tastee Diner: Where to have breakfast in Washington

    Il Tastee Diner it is a historic place, born in 1935, open 24 hours a day and definitely suitable for enjoying a nice American brunch (they also serve lunches and dinners). It is found at Bethesda, on Woodmont Avenue, but there are also two others Tastee Diner nearby, just outside Washington DC: in Silver Spring and Laurel, Maryland.

    The real peculiarity of the place (in addition to its extraordinary longevity) is its shape: the Tastee Diner more like a bar than a bar dining car of a train, where many tables are placed in the window area, to be able to look outwards, just like on a railway carriage. A place that therefore rides one of the myths of the American imagination, that ofon the road, even if it is located in the heart of the city and not in the vicinity of the famous American highways.

    Breakfast in Washington DC

    The restaurant, which also offers a take-away service, as well as a free wi-fi connection, is certainly a valid alternative to the usual Starbucks which are now gaining ground not only in America but all over the world. If you are curious to know what the culinary specialties of the restaurant you can directly consult the menu.

    Reach the Tastee Diner it is very simple even for those without a car: just take the subway and walk for 5/7 minutes, stopping at the Silver Spring or Bethesda subway stations.

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