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Casa Oaxaca
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2106 18th St NW Washington, DC 20009
2106 18th Street NorthwestUSDistrict of ColumbiaWashington20009
(202) 387-2272
$$Mexican Restaurant, Latin American Restaurant
Mexican Restaurant
Latin American Restaurant
Today Closed
Monday ClosedTuesday 5–9:30PMWednesday 5PM–9:30AMThursday 5–9:30PMFriday 5–11PMSaturday 5–11PMSunday 11:30AM–3:30PM, 5–9:30PM
The only Mexican restaurant in DC to offer an authentic cultural experience with cuisine from Oaxaca and Central Mexico
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Festive Mexican outpost serving margaritas & more amid colorful, brightly decorated townhouse walls.- Google
"Food and drinks were reasonably good, salsa was exceptional, service was decent."
"Great authentic Mexican food."
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Paige Einstein
a year ago
I'm sure glad I used a Gilt City deal here, as this place is pricey! I ordered the Tres Moles and was very disappointed. It came with three pieces of very dry, overcooked chicken, each topped with a meager pour of mole sauce - definitely not worth the $19 price tag. I figured a place that specializes in mole sauce would have some awesome tasting sauce, but I found all three to be bland. My boyfriend ordered the chicken enchiladas, which must have been filled with the same dry, overcooked chicken. He instantly regretted not getting steak. This place had a dingy atmosphere to boot. We will be going elsewhere for Mexican food in the future.
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Greg Hudson
a year ago
This little oasis is tucked away just north of the always crowded Lauriol Plaza. I've never had to wait, and they have a few tables outside which is nice. I find the food to be more authentic than Lauriol, and still just as good. The service is always friendly, and they sometimes do deals on LivingSocial, so keep an eye out. The margaritas are also good with a few different kinds. Flan was delicious as well for dessert.
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Alex Dread
4 years ago
This is by far the Absolute best place for you if you want a real authentic taste of Mexico. The service is great and very prompt with some of the best chefs the area has to offer. The atmosphere itself has a smooth setting with just enough spunk for anyone to have a great time. If your looking for a nice spot with excellent service and five star food Casa Oaxaca is definitely the place to go.
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Allison Swift
3 years ago
Food and drinks were reasonably good, salsa was exceptional, service was decent. Decor wasn't anything special. A little overpriced, if you ask me.
Anna James
a year ago
Good Mexican food in Adams Morgan -very friendly and welcoming staff who were happy to help us pick a meal that we would enjoy. They have a number of types of mole sauces which are all delicious but they wanted to be sure we got the meal we wanted most. Enjoyed trying the place and hope to be back soon.
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Justine Kendall
a year ago
I wish they had an outside but, the food is excellent. We went for happy hour and both the drinks and food were fantastic. I've been a few times and made excellent meals out of just the appetizers.
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Kimberly Shreve
a year ago
Good mole, but they got my order wrong and it's a little pricey. Still searching for the perfect enchilada.
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Rick Bielke
3 years ago
Mediocre at best, not worth the price of admission. Fresh guacamole came cold--straight from the fridge. Enchiladas Mole were decent but the 3 inch bone that came inside one of the enchilada was a surprise. Mole with duck drowned by heavily sauced mole Fried cactus batter came falling off and for the price you'd expect more than the equivalent of 8 french fries (the "avocado dipping sauce" look a lot like the guacamole we ordered). Tiramisu with a hint of coffee flavor, kind of defeated the purpose, came courtesy of the bone-in-enchilada. Would I go back? Not even for the 50 percent off at ScoutMob.
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