Tryst in Adam’s Morgan is like Central Perk from Friends. Big couches, hip music, eclectic art, and giant coffee cups. The only thing that it has that Central Perk didn’t is a full bar. Oh, and gluten free muffins.
Tryst in Admo
Can you see the resemblance?
Central Perk on Friends set
I was hoping to have some of their flourless chocolate cake, but they were out. So I settled for a gluten-free cherry almond muffin.
Oh, and a giant cup of coffee with soy. It came with animal crackers, which got passed off to my friend.
The muffin was great, really moist and I loved the toasted almonds around the edges. I’ll be back for sure!
2459 18th Street Northwest
Washington D.C., DC 20009
Last night I got some really great falafel at Amseterdam Falafelshop in Adam’s Morgan. It’s a really cool concept – you get a pita (if you can eat one), filled with 3 or 5 falafel balls, and then they let you go to town on the toppings in a topping bar. With 21 toppings, to be exact.
They also have fries, but they’re not handcut, so I steered away from them. They do fry them in a dedicated fryer. There was actually a woman there who was gluten intolerant who was buying them, and swore to me that she didn’t have a reaction when she ate them, but I followed my new pitfall avoidance plan and just ate my falafel, which turned out to be more than enough food.
Yep, that’s slaw, beets, hummus, and falafel balls buried somewhere in there.
Oh, there you are!
One of the best $5 dinners I’ve ever had. Although next time I will bring my own fork, since they have some weird fork phobia or protest going on where they refuse to offer them.
2425 18th St NW
(between N Belmont Rd & N Columbia Rd)