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French and Mediterranean cuisines are served here using the freshest of ingredients. The menu is seasonal and the dishes highly innovative by chef and owner, Fritz Siegfried. The desserts are incredible, especially the chocolate brick with layered dark chocolate and caramel. The overall atmosphere is elegant too, with spacious dining rooms and handsome furnishings that contribute to Matisse's reputation as one of the best restaurants in DC.
Le Chat Noir, which translates to The Black Cat, is an intimate French bistro located on Wisconsin Avenue. The ambiance is eclectic with simple furniture, mirrors on wall and black-paneled glass doors. Being an authentic French bistro, Le Chat Noir has Cheese and Cold Cuts on offer with a wine lounge equipped with an extensive selection of wines. Weekend Brunch has tasty delights such as quiche, salads and more along with a Chef's special which changes daily. Check website for full menus and upcoming events. Call ahead for reservations.
Comet Ping Pong invites its guests to relish the scrumptious variety of pizzas and drinks while admiring the artworks displayed on the walls or try a game of ping pong with friends. But the fun doesn't end at just pizzas and ping pong, as this friendly joint has live performances by bands and artists to entertain its guests. And if there is any private celebration, the venue will join in the party and make the event a success with their warm hospitality. For more details on this place, visit their website.
Whether you're savoring brunch on a weekend morning, rooting your favorite team on, or puzzling over a weekday trivia question, you're sure to have a great time at Kitty O'Shea's DC location. The pub, which offers up a killer happy hour selection and a full Irish menu, is perched right near the Tenleytown Metro station, making it a convenient watering hole for locals and visitors alike. Be sure to sample one of their draft beers while you munch on their delicious Irish fare.
This is a wonderful watering hole to hit before or after a movie. Guapo's Restaurant is down the street from several theaters. On warm summer nights, patrons pack the outdoor tables, drink margaritas and feast on classic Mexican fare. Guapo's goes beyond the more common favorites of tacos and burritos with delicate ceviche, grilled quail and fresh fish dishes. To complement these, you have luscious wines and cocktails. And not to forget, the simply irresistible desserts!
Dance the night away, or just watch others in the spacious Spanish Ballroom at Glen Echo Park in Maryland. Fridays feature square, contra and country dances. On Saturdays hear big band, Cajun, swing and R&B. Sundays are reserved for intermediate and advanced contra and square dancers. With the exception of contra, the public is welcome to watch, join in or take a lesson.