Inspired by vibrant Southeast Asian night markets, D.C. chef Erik-Bruner Yang (of Toki Underground fame) and D.C. streetwear mogul Will Sharp created a sleek, two-story indoor/outdoor space that's part menswear store, part café and restaurant. The first level is all about shopping, and the floor is lined with glass-encased displays featuring Sharp's clothing line, Durkl, as well as a library full of designer sneakers. Upstairs, sip locally roasted Vigilante coffee while snacking on Frenchie's pastries and desserts. The best part, though, is when you step onto the patio and take a seat at the open kitchen serving up Yang's blazing hot and flavorful Cambodian and Taiwanese cuisine. Don't miss out on the American Wagyu tartare, the Khmer tamarind salad, the steamed pork bao buns, and zha ji pai (Taiwanese fried chicken).