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Bar Civita is the brainchild of Chef Liam LaCivita, an alumni of New England Culinary Institute who hails from Pittsburgh. It is a casual restaurant that serves American food interspersed with Italian flavors and pairs the dishes with the correct wines. You can drop in for gourmet treats and drinks during the happy hours or leisurely enjoy their brunch on Sundays. The pastas and meat preparations are made in-house from scratch and served fresh. The seasonal menu ensures that no two visits are the same. Typical menu items include Chatham Cod Fish and Chips, Spaghetti di Gragnano with Clams, and Roasted Chicken Saltimbocca. Select a cozy seat by the fireplace during winter and head out to the patio in summers.
Located slightly uptown, New Heights takes advantage of its locale, offering patrons a light and airy atmosphere. A bank of windows looks out to Rock Creek Park. An upscale clientèle fills the dining room every night. Seasonal entrees range from fresh fish and crab cakes to filet mignon and eggplant-spinach curry. Complimentary valet service is provided.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, this is a pleasant respite from the often frantic pace of restaurants just up the street in Adams-Morgan. The menu ranges from sandwiches and pasta to wood-fired oven pizza and calzones. Choices include meatloaf, pork chops and a vegetarian sandwich. Weekend brunch is a treat worth traveling for. The buttermilk pancakes are a must. Inside, there are booths, tables and a bar/counter with two televisions. Outside, is a pleasant patio with table service. The wait staff is efficient and friendly.
Restaurant Nora is well loved by discerning diners in Washington. A forerunner in the organic food movement, Chef Nora Pouillon has long been transforming the freshest and healthiest meats and produce into creative and tasty dishes. The menu changes often, but expect preparations like rack of lamb, blue nosed snapper and Amish duck. So if you love experimenting with food, this joint is the place for you.
This family-run establishment serves delectable American cuisine in a friendly atmosphere. Located in Dupont Circle, this is a favorite of local foodies, thanks to the casual vibe and efficient service. The elaborate menu, which allows diners to opt for gluten-free, has selections like Seafood Marinara, Pan Seared Rockfish and Pumpkin Goat Cheese Ravioli. They welcome families with kids as well with a choice of burgers and sandwiches for the little ones. Scion Restaurant is definitely a cheerful place to dine.
A gastropub by definition, Mad Fox Tap Room is a the ideal place to enjoy a great wining and dining session with friends and family. The exposed-brick walls, four legged stools and circular give this place the appearance of a typical pub, while the lingering, enticing aroma tell you there's more to this place. Winner of several awards for its brews, expect to be served with only the most exquisite selection of brews each time you visit this place. From pale ale an stout beer, to mead and cider, a strong European influence is evident in the brews. Complementing the fine selection of brews is an enticing menu that features a host of scintillating dishes prepared from fresh, seasonal ingredients.
A Georgetown fixture since the early 1930s, Martin's Tavern leans decisively towards the historical - rather than the trendy - aspect of this neighborhood. The former New York Giants baseball player William G. Martin opened this neighborhood pub in 1933. Today his grandson, Billy Martin runs the family business. Dark wood paneling and touches of hunter green make for an attractive interior. The menu features American and continental classics - steak and seafood as well as pasta served with marinara or alfredo sauces.
Perry's is a cornerstone of the Adams-Morgan nightlife and restaurant scene. The large, high-ceiling interior on the lower level ranks high on the city's list of most flamboyant and eccentric. Rooftop dining is open in the warmer months. With a sushi bar and a menu that includes Tex-Mex, pizza and tapas, this restaurant offers a little of everything; especially on Sundays, when brunch is accompanied by Washington's most outlandish drag queen show. The chicness of the interior reflects in the presentation of their food that appears nothing less than a work of work. Albeit on the pricier side, this restaurant ensures complete value for your money.