Notable Dishes

DC's Best for Sliders

Why settle for a whole sandwich when you can taste a variety of mini ones? Here are the best slider options in DC.

  • Co Co. Sala
    • Dessert
    • Penn Quarter/Chinatown
    Food
    25
    Decor
    24
    Service
    22
    Cost
    $34

    Since its specialty is dessert, it’s no surprise that this Penn Quarter/Chinatown lounge incorporates chocolate into its menu of savory bites. The blue cheese sliders feature beef patties with cocoa mole sauce, sautéed spinach and mushrooms ($12).

  • Founding Farmers DC
    • American
    • Foggy Bottom
    Food
    24
    Decor
    22
    Service
    21
    Cost
    $32

    This Foggy Bottom American serves farm-to-table comfort food. Served with fries, the sliders are a variation of the traditional cheeseburger ($9).

  • matchbox 14th st
    • American
    • 14th Street Corridor
    Food
    23
    Decor
    21
    Service
    21
    Cost
    $29

    The beef sliders at these casual New American spots feature pickles and cheese inside the buns, which are served with piles of crunchy onion straws ($9).

  • The Hamilton
    • American
    • Downtown
    Food
    20
    Decor
    25
    Service
    18
    Cost
    $36

    The sliders at this Downtown eatery fit right in with the menu of classic American bites. Pickles and grilled onions are layered onto a beef patty with ketchup and melted American cheese ($11).

  • Muze (inside Mandarin Oriental)
    • Italian
    • Southwest Federal Center
    Food
    -
    Decor
    -
    Service
    -
    Cost
    E

    This Mandarin Oriental dining room serves its sliders with an Asian twist. Mini Kobe beef burgers are sandwiched on brioche buns made with miso and accompanied by Asian coleslaw ($15).

  • 4935 Bar and Kitchen
    • Bethesda
    Food
    -
    Decor
    -
    Service
    -
    Cost
    M

    This Bethesda bistro combines American, Indian and French flavors. Served on toasted brioche buns, the sliders feature burgers smothered in bacon, shallots and a creamy mushroom sauce ($10).

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