Wolfgang Puck certainly chose an apt location to headline his appearance on the D.C. scene—the restaurant is located inside the Newseum. The clean-lined, transparent, glass-and-steel concept blends seamlessly into the museum's architecture, but the tranquil atmosphere inside is a world apart from the hustle and bustle of its neighbor. Scott Drewno is the chef who oversees the Asian-infused American plates (we can't get enough of the Kobe short ribs, which are slow-cooked with Indian spices). There’s also a well-curated cocktail list, not to mention an impressive array of wines. The Source is one of the best places to eat in Washington D.C. while you're downtown. Come here for an aperitif and the tasty pork belly dumplings as an affordable alternative to shelling out around $75 for a full meal.
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