Looking for something different to eat when you go out? Add some pizzazz to your night out with one of these Asian eateries!

It's easy to get stuck in the same old restaurant routine -- going to the same ol' places that everyone in your circle likes (and is comfortable with!). But eventually, that can get repetitive and a little boring. We're here to help! Below you'll find some Asian food spots that are sure to expand your horizons!

Eat First Restaurant

[caption id="attachment_9085" align="aligncenter" width="960"] Courtesy of Eat First Restaurant (Facebook)[/caption] Where: 609 H Street NW Contact Information: Check out the website or call 202-289-1703 for more details The Eat First Restaurant specializes in classic Chinese dishes with a modern twist! Wantons, various types of chow mein, congee, kung pao chicken, and so much more await you on their lengthy and mouthwatering menu! And if you or one of your friends is a vegetarian, fear not because they have some tasty options for you, too!

Asia Nine

[caption id="attachment_9086" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Courtesy of Asia Nine & Lounge (Facebook)[/caption] Where: 915 E. Street NW Contact Information: Check out the website or call 202-629-4355 for more details Japanese, Vietnamese, and Thai cuisine are only some of the different types of Asian cuisine you can try if you head over to Asia Nine! This spot features a diverse variety of noodle soups, stir-fried noodles, and sushi, and the menu doesn't stop there! You can even try your hand at their sake collection!

Daikaya (1F Ramen)

[caption id="attachment_9089" align="aligncenter" width="960"] Courtesy of Daikaya - Ramen - Izakaya (Facebook)[/caption] Where: 705 6th Street NW Contact Information: Check out the website or call 202-589-1600 for more details If you already love ramen, head over to Daikaya to have some that doesn't come from a cup or a packet! Daikaya serves Japanese Sapporo-style ramen and has five delicious recipes, including their house specialty -- Mugi-Miso Ramen! It gets even better though because all of the ramen, except for the vegetable one, is served with roast pork, chashu, bean sprouts, and more! Have you eaten at any of these restaurants before? What great Asian places did we miss? Let us know your thoughts below!

Head over to Rise Bakery for gluten-free pastries! Learn all about it here!