Where To Get a Bowl Of Soup Near Your Wray Apartment

BY Blog Editor

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 Wray 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. 

City Place Café, located at 1101 17th St NW, Washington, D.C. which is seven minutes from your Wray apartment, is a family-owned spot offering a large selection of sandwiches, soup, salads and breakfast fare.

At City Place Cafe you will find real, whole food prepared fresh daily. Everything they serve, from breakfast to their soups, are made-to-order using only the freshest, highest quality ingredients. Many of their authentic recipes are inspired from the Mediterranean with unique spices and bold flavors that you can taste in every bite.

JINYA Ramen Bar, located at 1336 14th St NW, Washington, D.C. which is nine minutes from your Wray apartment, is known for long-simmered noodle soups, a wide menu and drinks. It began in 2000 in Tokyo and was named after a Samurai soldier. 

JINYA Ramen Bar cooks its soups for more than twenty hours. Each of their six signature broths balances flavors from whole pork bones, chicken and vegetables with just the right amount of bonito, dashi, miso, kombu and other classic Japanese ingredients. The result is a rich broth that is thick, full-flavored, and unforgettable.

City Place Café

1101 17th St NW, Washington, D.C. 20036

(202) 466-4665

JINYA Ramen Bar

1336 14th St NW, Washington, D.C. 20005

(202) 588-8560

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