During freezing February temperatures, there’s nothing like a hot bowl of soup to warm the soul. However, you don’t need to even turn on your Vale stove in order to get a few spoonfuls – instead, you can head to one of the many restaurants and cafes near home for this delicious winter dish.
If you’re feeling cold to the bone this month, head to some of these Washington, D.C. spots for a bowl of just what the doctor ordered. Whether you prefer a bowl of tomato, chicken noodle or beef stew, you’ll find it all in our city.
Soup Up, located at 709 Kennedy St NW, Washington, D.C. which is six minutes from your Vale apartment, provides customers with high-quality, natural and delicious soups. Their homemade soups are low-sodium and prepared with organic, locally-grown fresh vegetables, as well as herbs and spices.
Always made from scratch, each bowl nourishes the body and stimulates the senses. No additives, preservatives, dairy or oil are used, ever. Vegan and gluten-free soups are always available. Soupsters will experience the warmth of authentic homemade cooking with every enticing spoonful!
Soupergirl, located at 314 Carroll St NW, Washington, D.C. which is three minutes from your Vale apartment, is a cheerful take-out spot for vegan and kosher soups, salads and breads made with seasonal ingredients.
Soupergirl is made up of Sara Polon, a former stand-up comedian turned soup-maker/CEO. Her mom, Marilyn Polon, is Soupermom, a home-taught master in the kitchen. Together, they created Soupergirl, a business that is more than a decade in the making.
709 Kennedy St NW, Washington, D.C. 20011
314 Carroll St NW, Washington, D.C. 20012