The hostess at the B & B, The Intown Downtown Inn, recommended the Highlands restaurant to us. My wife had just checked in and it was our first visit to Washington so we walked down the street to this somewhat unimposing restaurant, although the mural caught my attention right away. We didn't know what to make of the place. It wasn't real busy but there was a steady flow of people coming and going picking up food. We noticed they had crabcakes on the menu so we ordered one to share. That was when we were won over. After a nice light meal my wife ordered what she later called the dessert to die for: The Blackberry Bread Pudding. She even brought other guests from the B & B back with us to have it the next night she was so impressed. She would have had it a third night but the restaurant was closed on the Sunday evening.
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