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[DC - Foggy Bottom] Tonic At Quigley's

The former Quigley’s Pharmacy in the George Washington University (GWU) neighborhood is home to Tonic at Quigley’s.

Tonic at Quigley’s
2036 G St NW, Washington, DC
The brick building on the corner of 21st Avenue and G Street NW features indoor and outdoor seating.

We dined on a late summer Saturday night and we choose indoor seating. We were seated in a second-floor table at a window overlooking the busy street corner.

Although the dining areas are compact, it’s easy to have a private conversation because of how the booths and tables are arranged around the rooms.

The menu offers a wide selection from simple (and inexpensive bar food) and pizzas to more interesting and un
ique entrees.

I choose the Pan Seared Salmon with Beurre blanc, garlic mashed potatoes and sautéed spinach. It’s on the menu for $18.
The salmon was tender and tasty with a slightly crispy coating. I’m not a big spinach fan, but the sautée gave it a rich taste. The garlic in the garlic mashed potatoes highlighted the taste without being overpowering.

Our server was attentive but low key and friendly.

It’s a great stop if you’re in Foggy Bottom.

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