Nooshi Capitol Hill


    524 8th St SE
    Washington, DC 20003 Capitol HillRate and review
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    Opening in 2013 in Barracks Row (in the heart of 8th st SE.) Nooshi Capitol Hill is the second Nooshi restaurant to open its doors in the D.C. area. (The first being on 19th St NW). Nooshi features a welcoming main dining room, a mezzanine floor featuring a horseshoe shaped bar, as well as a outdoor patio for patrons to dine on. The original locations (also including sister restaurant Spices on Conneticuit Ave NW) are one of the original Pan Asian restaurants to open in D.C. bringing uniquely flavored Asian cuisine with fresh ingredients, fresh inventive sushi made with care, a warm welcoming atmosphere, as well as quick delivery and carryout for whenever you're craving some noodles or sushi to go!

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