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Nine no-reservation restaurants worth the wait
Donburi is one of Nine no-reservation restaurants worth the wait.

1. Donburi

2438 18th St NW (at Columbia Rd NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurant japonais · Adams Morgan · 69 conseils et avis

Washington PostWashington Post: How long is the wait? Parties of two usually wait about 15 mins, as people tend to eat quickly. But if you’re a party of four and want to sit together, it’s much trickier at up to two hours. En savoir plus .

Daikaya is one of Nine no-reservation restaurants worth the wait.

2. Daikaya

8.8
705 6th St NW, Washington, D.C.
Restaurant servant des ramen · Chinatown · 285 conseils et avis

Washington PostWashington Post: How long is the wait? Co-owner Daisuke Utagawa says it’s usually 45 minutes. Come after 9 p.m. and you likely won’t have a wait. On a recent Friday night at 7:45, the wait was 75 minutes. En savoir plus .

Right Proper Brewing Company is one of Nine no-reservation restaurants worth the wait.

3. Right Proper Brewing Company

8.7
624 T St NW (btwn Wiltberger & 7th St NW), Washington, D.C.
Brasseur · U-Street · 92 conseils et avis

Washington PostWashington Post: How long is the wait? More than two hours for a group of four on a recent Friday; 35 minutes for a party of three on a recent Thursday; and no wait for a party of two at 6:30 p.m. on a recent Tuesday. En savoir plus .

Rose's Luxury is one of Nine no-reservation restaurants worth the wait.

4. Rose's Luxury

9.3
717 8th St SE, Washington, D.C.
Restaurant de cuisine américaine moderne · Capitol Hill · 134 conseils et avis

Washington PostWashington Post: How long is the wait? Pick a rainy Tuesday at 6 p.m. and you might grab the last two-top before the wait list kicks in; an hour later, 90 minutes. On a weekend, they quote up to three hours. En savoir plus .

Toki Underground is one of Nine no-reservation restaurants worth the wait.

5. Toki Underground

8.4
1234 H St NE (above The Pug), Washington, D.C.
Restaurant de nouilles chinoises · Capitol Hill · 182 conseils et avis

Washington PostWashington Post: How long is the wait? An hour or less during the week, but up to three hours during the weekend peak. You will receive a text message when your spot is ready. En savoir plus .

Estadio is one of Nine no-reservation restaurants worth the wait.

6. Estadio

8.9
1520 14th St NW (at Church St NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurant espagnol · Logan Circle - Shaw · 160 conseils et avis

Washington PostWashington Post: How long is the wait? Less than 30 minutes during the week, but up to 45 minutes during the busiest time on weekends. En savoir plus .

Etto is one of Nine no-reservation restaurants worth the wait.

7. Etto

7.7
1541 14th St NW (at Q St NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurant italien · Logan Circle - Shaw · 43 conseils et avis

Washington PostWashington Post: How long is the wait? Walk-ins can usually find seating in 20 minutes or less early in the week. Prepare to wait 60 to 90 minutes or longer during prime weekend hours. En savoir plus .

Pearl Dive Oyster Palace is one of Nine no-reservation restaurants worth the wait.

8. Pearl Dive Oyster Palace

8.8
1612 14th St NW (at Corcoran Street), Washington, D.C.
Restaurant de fruits de mer · Logan Circle - Shaw · 126 conseils et avis

Washington PostWashington Post: How long is the wait? Walk-ins can often be seated immediately during the week, but expect to wait 45 minutes or more on weekends. En savoir plus .

Little Serow is one of Nine no-reservation restaurants worth the wait.

9. Little Serow

8.7
1511 17th St NW (at Church St NW), Washington, D.C.
Restaurant thaïlandais · Northwest Washington · 58 conseils et avis

Washington PostWashington Post: How long is the wait? If you’re standing in line when the doors open at 5 p.m. you’re likely to make the first seating. Too early? Sixty to 90 minutes during the week; up to three hours on weekends. En savoir plus .