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Birch & Barley prides itself on an unrivaled and quite extensive beer list that complements their contemporary American fare. Featuring a warm and inviting interior designed to cater to everyone who walks through the doors, lured in by the aromatic scents wafting in the air, this establishment is an absolute marvel, whipping up delectable delights under the watchful eye of the talented chef Jarrad Silver. The much-lauded restaurant features over 555 beer varieties sourced from local breweries, as well as bottles, drafts and ale, and it also offers an assortment of wines and ingeniously concocted cocktails to pick from. The menu by chef Kyle Bailey offers pan-seared cod, honey glazed duck breast and crudo of kampachi, as well as cheese platters. End your meal on a sweet note with the creamsicle cheesecake.
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.
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.
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.
This is the place for steak lovers! Though Bourbon Steak has seafood and other dishes, the steak is central as you'll only find corn-fed, all-natural meats on the menu. If you're not looking for a meal, you can enjoy a wide array of fashionable cocktails in the lounge. You can also try unique artisanal cheeses, delectable desserts and a lunch menu to match the dinners.
Art And Soul is another upscale D.C. restaurant perfect for a business lunch, or an intimate dinner. The cuisine is a seamless blend of traditional Southern cooking with a contemporary Washingtonian twist; try the spice-rubbed ahi tuna with fried green tomatoes, or the blackened scallops with buttermilk mash. The restaurant has a famed happy hour where you can get a fantastic food and drink pairing for ten dollars - the selection is ample, and a fantastic array of wines by the glass or bottle are also available. Art And Soul is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily; reservations are recommended.
1789 Restaurant, a formal, elegant restaurant in Georgetown, is a Washington favorite. Its Federal-era architecture is nicely accentuated by burning fireplaces and classic linen-and-silver table settings. A wide range of New American entrees are featured on the menu. There are fine vegetarian offerings as well as non-vegetarian delicacies like hanger steak and grill rack of lamb. The desserts here are similarly divine.