It's getting late on an icy winter Sunday in your cozy D.C. apartment when, suddenly, you're hit with a craving for some serious comfort food. But you don't want to change out of your pajamas, let alone trudge downstairs into the snow and sludge. You seek salvation in a greasy stack of food delivery menus.
So whats the best Washington DC neighborhood to live in if the cold (or your laziness) sends you in search of delicious food delivery options? AddressReport's got your back with its Washington DC Food Delivery Heat Map -- revealing, for all to see, the precise neighborhoods in the District that offer the greatest food delivery of all.
The Washington D.C. Food Delivery Heatmap by AddressReport
- Red indicates areas with an awesome selection of restaurants that deliver.
- Green indicates areas with a decent variety of food delivery options.
- Blue indicates areas where you'd better love to drive or be totally pro with riding the Metro, because you're in a food delivery no-man's-land.
- The knife and fork icons highlight the top-rated restaurants that deliver in D.C., according to reviews by your fellow citizens in the District.
The Best Places to Live for Food Delivery in Washington D.C.
Here are the top 10 neighborhoods in Washington D.C. and its immediate surroundings, ranked by variety and number of restaurant delivery options:
- Dupont Circle
- Logan Circle
- U Street
- Adams Morgan
- Woodley Park
- Foggy Bottom
- Cleveland Park
- Columbia Heights
- Mount Vernon Square
Northwest D.C. dominates the Top 10 Food Delivery Neighborhood rankings -- no surprise to Washingtonians -- with Dupont Circle, Logan Circle, U Street, Adams Morgan and Georgetown making up the top 5.
Food delivery nirvana isn't limited to the District proper. Up North, outside the city itself, residents of Bethesda and Silver Spring enjoy food delivery galore, as do their counterparts to the southwest in Arlington, Bailey's Crossing, and down in Alexandria.