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Hello everyone. We are excited to announce the May Restaurant group excursion. Come alone or bring friends to Saigon Bistro, 2153 P Street, NW, 20037, on Monday May 4th at 6:30 pm. Participants are responsible for their own food and drink bills, as well as parking. Separate tabs will be provided. Saigon Bistro is a relatively new restaurant in Dupont Circle that brings truly authentic Vietnamese cuisine to Washington, DC. It’s a family-owned business whose owners include Luna Howard, a native Washingtonian and entrepreneur, and her relatives, who recently emigrated to the U.S. after running an exquisite Vietnamese gourmet restaurant in their native homeland. We invite you to dine with us to experience Vietnamese food at its best.
Saigon Bistro is a five minute walk from the Dupont Circle Metro, if you take the "P Street exit. Leave the car at home and join us for a fun filled evening!
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Went to Saigon Bistro last night and had a great time. I'm told the place is the former location of an old donut shop called the "Fractured Prune." Anyhow, it's a bright spot, very informal and the food was tasty (I would pass on the "Salty Lemondade" though. It's definitely an acquired taste". The prices are good and the wait-staff went out of their way to accommodate us. They might have been ready to pull out their hair but they never let it show. Saigon Bistro is a great introduction to those who've never eaten Vietnamese food. I'll defintely go back. I want to see how their Pho stands up against others I've tasted.
Can't wait for the next outing.