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Tabard Inn Bar is located within Hotel Tabard Inn. Its decor is reminiscent of the early 20th Century, replete with bookshelves lined with heavy volumes, quaint fireplaces, multi-colored leather bar stools and wooden paneling. Its charming patio boasts ornamental chairs placed in a garden with brick walls camouflaged by thick ivy. Unwind with creative cocktails like Clarissa, a blend of Spanish Cava, Fresh Lime, Chambord, St. Germain and Milagro Silver Tequila. Other cocktails include their gin-infused Floradora and whiskey-based Sazerac. Guests can also enjoy a premium selection of Single Malt Scotch, Port And Sherry, Mezcal and American Whiskey. Their drinks are accompanied by light snacks such as Mini Crab Cakes and Tabard Pickle Plate.
Lincoln is more than just an American restaurant, it celebrates the very spirit of the United States. It was the restaurant of choice for both Mitt Romney and Barack Obama during their presidential campaigns. It has also received numerous awards for its happy hours. Its flooring is constructed from antique wood dotted by a mosaic of a million pennies. Its walls exhibit pop art and a painting of the American flag. Their Presidential Tasting Menu offers the preferred dishes of Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson and George Washington. Savor items like Winter Turkey Salad, Maryland Smoked Quail and Chicken Pot Pie. Do not miss their cocktails such as the 1944 Mai Tai and Gettysburg Address.
St. Regis Hotel Washington, DC opened in 1926 and has been host to political figures and royalty ever since. Designed in the Italian Renaissance fashion, it is exquisitely furnished. Rooms feature both classic and modern amenities from Italian marble baths to fax machines. Each looks like it could easily be a guest room in some foreign dignitary's French chateau. The hotel is located near the White House and the National Mall. Though the rooms are a tad steep in the price department, the luxury and class they promise is unmatched.
Known as "The Classic American Steak House," The Palm has been going strong for decades. The original restaurant opened in New York City in 1926 and the Washington, D.C. restaurant has been serving the big wigs of Capitol Hill since 1972. You can slice into a delicious cut of beef, sip on a Palm martini and eavesdrop on politicians discussing the future of America while enjoying the ambiance of this famous steak house.
Eden perhaps makes time travel possible with its futuristic clubbing experience and decor, with three different themed levels. People also have the chance to dance beneath the stars on Eden's beautifully decorated and arranged rooftop space. The service is top quality, regardless of how busy it gets, visitors will have the benefit of being every staff member's top priority. Special VIP and guest list services are also available.
Old Ebbitt Grill is a block from the White House. Power-brokers who prefer old-fashioned favorites, delicious barbecue, rich chili, tasty crab cakes and the thickest, juiciest hamburgers in the city choose to dine here. Most of the vegetables served at the Old Ebbitt Grill hail from local farms. A Sunday brunch is quite popular as well with traditional offerings such as French toast and eggs benedict. Complimentary valet parking is provided.
The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, D.C. the name says it all—elegance, sophistication, luxury and comfort. Ritz-Carlton, Washington, D.C. has won many awards including, Five Diamond Award, 500 Best Hotels in the World, Travel + Leisure, United States Best Hotel, which give guests another reason to stay here. The business center is equipped with the latest technology and the staff make sure all your business needs are met. The rooms are neatly designed with dark wood furniture, beautiful blackout drapes, fluffy carpets and feather beds. All you have to do is check-in and let the magic begin!
Presidents Warren G. Harding and Abraham Lincoln and novelist Charles Dickens are but a few of the famous people who have stopped by the elegant Round Robin Bar. It once served as the parlor where fine ladies withdrew while the gentlemen enjoyed their brandy and cigars in the bar. Located inside the Willard hotel, the bar still serves classic cocktails to discerning guests.
Set along a wide boulevard, the Willard Inter-Continental is among the most splendid and renowned hotels in the city. Lincoln resided here before he assumed the presidency, as have other presidents. But history and politics are overshadowed by the splendor of the hotel itself. Graced with mosaics, marble, fabulous chandeliers and majestic columns, the building offers unmatched elegance. The rooms are far from cheap, but if you opt to stay here you will experience the ultimate in luxury.
This Washington landmark has been serving up hot dogs with chili, fries, hamburgers and shakes since 1958. Even the president has been known to grab some chili laden goodness at Ben's Chili Bowl. A wide range of hot dogs is served here, from the traditional dog to half-smokes and turkey dogs smothered in onions, cheese and chili. Fries and onion rings, cream pies and shakes are also offered, and breakfast is served six days a week.
After a day of sightseeing in the United States' capital, Washington DC, what could be more rejuvenating than a couple hours spent at the divine Four Seasons Spa? The spa, which is located inside the Four Seasons Hotel, offers up a veritable feast of treatments, from massages to phototherapy sessions. In particular, their unique facials, like the anti-gravity face lift, which "exercises" the muscles in your face to make them more youthful. If you happen to be at the spa with your sweetheart, consider signing up for the decadent night spa treatment, during which you and your partner will dine on fabulously prepared food, melt into an 80 minute massage, and gain exclusive after-hours access to the hotel's pool. Can you imagine a more romantic evening?
Four Seasons Hotel Washington DC is right in the center of historic Georgetown. The exterior is contemporary brick and glass, but the inside boasts Old World elegance and charm. Some rooms have views of the historic C&O Canal or Rock Creek Park. Guests should make sure to make an appointment at the hotel's well known and luxurious spa.