Little Sesame, “fast casual restaurant that celebrates hummus”, opens Today at DGS – Check out the Menu

by Prince Of Petworth January 5, 2016 at 3:55 pm 7 Comments

1317 Connecticut Ave, NW courtesy Little Sesame

From a press release:

“The team behind DGS Delicatessen is opening Little Sesame today, January 5th on the lower level of its flagship location in Dupont Circle.

Little Sesame Menu (PDF)

Little Sesame is a fast casual restaurant that celebrates hummus. Our signature hummus bowls are topped with the very best seasonal vegetables. Little Sesame will serve fast and healthy composed lunches; each lunch set includes a bowl of Little Sesame hummus made daily, a green salad with sumac and honey dressing and warm pita.

Long time friends Nick Wiseman and Ronen Tenne came together to open Little Sesame. The two met cooking years ago in New York City and are excited to bring authentic hummus to Washington.

DGS, the 2015 RAMMY award winner for Best Everyday Casual Restaurant in the Metro Area, will continue to offer its signature menu at all services, on the first floor and mezzanine of the restaurant.”

  • Eleven

    Love all the vegetarian options. I might have to go on an excursion to get this later this week.

  • Michael M

    Ate there today and it was good; I’d go back.

  • Sweet

    I had a hankering for hummus lately, but had been waiting to find somewhere I could pay 12$ for it.

  • jumpingjack

    This looks delicious. I’ll have a hard time deciding what to get.

  • $10 for hummus should certainly allow them to keep buying RAMMY awards.

  • samanda_bynes

    i’m always on the lookout for new vegetarian places around here but man…that seems pretty darn steep. BUT, I suppose I’d have to see the servings first…or I could just make my own…

    • You can buy a huge tub of Sabra from Costco for like $7. There’s really not a lot of culinary expertise required to warrant the upcharge.


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