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West Wing Cafe

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1111 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004

(202) 628-2233

Tomorrow: 6:30 am - 4:00 pm
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General Info
A deli shop with fresh boar’s head meat sandwiches, salads, bibimbap, smoothies and more! Build your own Sandwiches and paninis with freshly cut deli meats and cheese, all homemade sauces! Daily fresh made house made bibimbap ( a rice bowl) and salads are newly added. Smoothies are made with fresh fruits - seasonal. We value your time and our quality!
Regular Hours

Payment method
visa, discover, amex, mastercard
Presidential Bldg
Northwest Washington, Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown

West Wing Cafe on Penn. Ave.

American Restaurants, Barbecue Restaurants, Caterers, Coffee & Tea, Delicatessens, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Alcohol: No

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Cuisine: Deli, Barbecue, American


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Adam Renz


Provided by Citysearch - 
Great place to grab lunch

West Wing Cafe joins the ranks of the Great Sandwich and Salad Horde of Federal Triangle. Within a two-block radius are two Potbellies, an Au Bon Pain, Penn Deli, Phillip's Cafe, a Firehook, a Cosi, Organic To Go, Devon and Blakely, a Quiznos, a Subway and two Soho Cafes.

The difference? West Wing uses Boar's Head deli meat, which is COMFORTING because it is a NAME BRAND and I can expect some level of standardization.

I am utterly apathetic to their sandwiches. Sandwiches bore me. I do, however, like their smoothies which are delicious, although not as delicious or cheap as a Potbelly milkshake. They may be less fatty as well, although that might just be me trying to rationalize my consumption so as not to be disgusted with my pending obesity. The smoothies have vainglorious and chronoreferential names, like ""Dusk Buster"", ""Daytime Zinger"" and ""Midnight Splendor"".

Tip: Ask them not to put honey in your smoothie. They are disgustingly sweet otherwise.