THE FIX

We’re ad­dicted to bowls

Where Washington - - CONTENTS - For more great bowls in the city, visit where­trav­eler.com

Lo­cal in­flu­encers weigh in on their lat­est ob­ses­sions. This month? Bowls— both nu­tri­tious and de­li­cious—are all the rage. Here's where they get them.

CAVA

I love that this is a home­grown chain, and the va­ri­ety can't be beat. Plus, the close at­ten­tion to lo­cal sourc­ing and sus­tain­able in­gre­di­ents is se­ri­ously ad­mirable. –Lani Fur­bank, food and travel writer, @lan­i­fur­bank

Daikaya

Here you can get ra­men and more. I've tried pretty much ev­ery bowl on the menu— they're my fa­vorite help­ings of cul­tural com­fort food. –Kate Michael, for­mer Miss D.C.; edi­tor at large, K Street Magazine; @theau­then­tikate

Beef­steak

With warm bowls, I can main­tain my en­ergy with­out be­com­ing too full. At Beef­steak, my fa­vorite bowl is the Kim­chi-wa, which has rice, sweet pota­toes, car­rots, cab­bage, edamame and bok choy with kim­chi and soy-gin­ger dress­ing. It keeps me com­ing back for more! –Ash­ley Mur­phy, dancer, The Washington Bal­let, @co­coa­bal­le­rina

Sweet­green

The first lo­ca­tion is two blocks from my of­fice—per­fect for when I crave Spicy Sabzi. I also try all the sea­sonal fla­vors when they come out. –Kate Goodall, CEO, Hal­cyon, @goodal­lkate

The Hill­top Bar & Restau­rant

This spot of­fers a Scram­ble Bowl in­spired by its new brunch mistress, Lia Seremetis, a Greek who hails from Cal­i­for­nia. I call it Greek­i­for­nia. –Philippa Hughes, chief cre­ative con­trar­ian, The Pink Line Project, @pin­kline­pro­ject

Beef­steak

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