For those of you that haven't seen my other reports, every year a group of my friends goes on a "Death March". We pick a city (previously NYC, SF, Chicago, and Boston), and walk our way through the city on a ~20 mile route, trying to enjoy as many food places as possible.
The key here is timing: any time you spend in line or eating is time not spent walking, so I'm looking for funky, must-hit places that don't have crazy long lines and preferably give you food to go. A few sit-down places are good, and a sit-down breakfast place is actually a good way to meet up and start (we're nominally starting at Takoma Metro).
Here's the route so far, although it can be bent and twisted to meet our needs: http://goo.gl/DQnFzk
So far, the route passes by Amsterdam Falafel and Super Taco. And depending on the day/time, some food truck action by Dupont Circle.
(Oh, and once we pick a date, Roadfooders are welcome to come. We had several RF folks on the Boston March)
post edited by kaszeta - 2014/01/13 15:58:12