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Are You a Renter Who Hates Cooking? It Helps To Live in NW


The Washington DC Food Delivery Heatmap by apartment ratings and data site Rentenna

Dupont Circle and Logan Circle are the best two D.C. neighborhoods for ordering out in a list that has shocked probably nobody. While carry-out places tend to pop all over D.C., rental ranking site Rentenna says that the best places to live if you like to order in are neighborhoods like U Street and Adams Morgan. Unsurprisingly, college campus neighborhoods Foggy Bottom and Georgetown appear in the top ten (although Brookland and Tenleytown do not). Also predictably, it's a near delivery desert east of the river except for bright spots in Anacostia, Congress Heights and Dupont Park. High priced residential areas like Barnaby Woods, McLean Park and Wesley Heights also seem to be devoid of delivery options...and also probably devoid of renters. Oddly enough, bustling Capitol Hill and the Atlas District did not make the top ten. But while areas of "delivery nirvana" seem to populate large parts of our city (and close-in suburbs), as our colleagues in Chicago noted, it probably shouldn't come as a shock that Rentenna's rankings tend to point toward trendier nabes. Still, as it's dinnertime now, this should let you know what your nearby delivery options are should you decide not to utilize that kitchen.
· The Washington D.C. Food Delivery Heatmap: Where to Live in D.C. If You Love to Order In [Rentenna]
· New Website Ranks Buildings And Lists Available Units [CDC]
· Renter-Driven Map Shows Where to Find 'Food Delivery Nirvana' [Curbed Chicago]