The Lafayette Room in the Hay-Adams Hotel overlooks Lafayette Square and the White House. Businessmen, politicians, lobbyists and lawyers frequent this favorite haunt. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, so you can visit any time of day. On Sundays you can take a leisurely break whilst filling up on delectable food at the brunch.
Among the best fine dining restaurants in the region, Plume Restaurant at the Jefferson Hotel is something that entices the serious foodie. The opulent interiors, accentuated by the fireplace and chandeliers, offer the best of environments for refined dining. The menu, prepared with the best available ingredients, features dishes like the Lobster Gratin, and Amish Farm-raised Rabbit. Besides, Plume has gained several awards and accolades for its extensive list of beverages. You can choose from around 1300 vintage wines from around the world, the oldest dating back to 18th Century. Save some room for dessert too as Plume offers a range of divine delights like Chocolate Raspberry Profiteroles, Lemon Blueberry Sable Breton and many more. Dine at Plume to rediscover the pleasures of haute cuisine.
Established in 1978, Morton's Steakhouse is one of the most award-winning steakhouse chains in the country. This location in Bethesda offers great gluten-free and low-fat options for people with special dietary requirements. The restaurant provides a memorable dining experience focusing on warm hospitality, consistency, and quality. Morton's also has some succulent seafood options if you're looking for something other than meat. Come to Morton's Steakhouse for a high-end steakhouse experience.
Nestled in the posh Park Hyatt, the Blue Duck Tavern has undergone a renovation to emerge as one of the premier restaurants in the city. Walk past the high doors to behold an open kitchen and a huge, roaring oven that emanates wondrous aromas. Dishes include ingredients that are smoked and roasted slowly, so as to retain a delicious flavor. A long bar menu features cocktails and wines to complement any dish.
Nestled within the Grand Hyatt Washington, in the bustling Penn Quarter, Cure Bar & Bistro is a great place to devour some delectable American cuisine. Guests can enjoy various artisan cheeses, fritters, pot pies, and other local favorites. Diners flock to this place for lunch. Cure is also loved by patrons for their happy hours. They organize an enticing range of events like wine tasting buffets or beer tasting events.
As the name suggests, the restaurant is a pure sushi bar at its core. Sushi Nakazawa is an extravagant Japanese restaurant headed by Chef Masaaki Uchino, showcasing his culinary talent to surprise your taste buds. The ingredients are carefully picked up locally and internationally to offer the highest quality food. The diner can choose to sit at the sushi bar, where they can enjoy the personal dining experience with the chef or in the dining area. The overall interiors are a mash-up of minimalism and clean décor. The black serving plates with branding engraved in golden letters are the minute details that add to the experience. The sushi bar features omakase (Chef's choice of sushi), where one can indulge in a friendly chat with the chef as he prepares the meal for you.
It only gets better when you step in the Fairfax Room and Lounge while enjoying your luxurious stay at The Westin Embassy Row. A variety to choose from the eclectic menu, makes it really difficult to choose; but be rest assured that anything you try will only add to the superlative experience. At the Westin they make sure to maintain high quality standards, be it food or service. Expect a healthy fare made from organic ingredients as fresh as the season.
Home to the ultra-modern Embassy Row Hotel, Station Kitchen & Cocktails presents a distinctive dining experience for all for enjoy. Offering finely roasted coffee and scrumptious breakfasts by day and uniquely flavored bottled cocktails and shared plates by night, the kitchen offers an energetic vibe apt for socializing. The ever-changing menu features roast pork, risotto balls, Korean caveman pops, street corn salad, soba noodle salad, tuna casserole and many other international flavors fit for a diverse crowd. The in-house DJ contributes to the vibrant mood of the bar by playing the latest hits. Perfect for a sophisticated night out with friends, Station Kitchen & Cocktails invites all to experience the charm of authentic D.C.
Located in the premium Hotel Dupont Circle, Cafe Dupont is an elegant brasserie that boasts French delights. The European-style decor and cutting edge furniture sets the perfect ambiance for a sophisticated meal. The menu has French classics like Charcutirie sampling and Steak Frites, however the chef has adequately added an urban touch to the food. This blend of modern cuisine has something that suits each palate. Cafe Dupont is most loved for the weekend brunch, the menu has Crepes, Cheese Platter, Cured Meat Platter, Turkey Bacon and a lot more on offer. Check website for full menus.
The Garden Terrace Lounge in the Four Seasons Hotel Washington DC is among the most sought after lounges in Washington DC. It is frequented by businessmen who prefer to have casual meetings over tea. The afternoon tea is extremely popular. The restaurant also serves light fare like seafood, including lobster and sushi, as well as desserts including an endless varieties of cheesecake. The lounge is located in an indoor bamboo garden with many exotic plants. There is live piano music on most weekdays and jazz concerts on Saturday nights.