|Three tacos for $10 at Chaia|
So, when I heard they had opened shop in Georgetown, I knew I wanted to check it out. I met my long-time friend and fellow food explorer, McCealaig O'Clisham, for lunch at Chaia Georgetown. When I walked in, boom, I was greeted with a line. But, at least this one was inside and moving fast.
|Tacos topped with local ingredients|
The restaurant is adorable and tiny, so scoring a table is an art. But, as soon as this winter weather breaks, I would recommend loading up on tacos and heading down the hill to lunch at Georgetown Waterfront Park.
I tried one of everything that was on the menu that day. My favorite was a huge surprise to me -- the roasted beet taco. I used to hate beets. But the roasted sweet beets were topped with goat cheese and the pairing was perfect. A close second was the kale and roasted potato taco. The menu changes often as Chaia is almost exclusively sourced from local farms. I can't wait to come back when spring ingredients come in season.
|Chaia Farm-to-Taco Menu|
My only regret was that I got flustered in the line and forgot to add the fried egg to my tacos. Next time, Chaia... in the spring...
Chaia Farm-to-Taco is located at 3207 Grace Street NW in Washington, DC.
BONUS: Want something sweet? Stop across the street at Dog Tag Bakery where they serve killer baked goods and espresso benefitting veterans and military families.
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