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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.
The name "Madhatter" is the owner's homage to the fictitious character of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. With Alice-themed artworks on the walls and cocktails like the Large Hat (a large cocktail served in a hat-shaped cup) the atmosphere is half the fun. Enjoy bottomless mimosas and brunch, or fajitas, pizza, and sandwiches.
Founding Farmers offers fresh food straight from the farm in its elegant ambiance. The menu features typical American favorites of salads, sandwiches, pastas, burgers, steaks, meat and poultry dishes. Try out the signature dishes of Yankee pot roast, farmers meatloaf and rotisserie chicken. Weekday mornings guests can enjoy a nutritious breakfast. On weekends visit for a delectable brunch fare like hearty egg scrambles, thick Belgian waffles, fluffy pancakes and more.
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.
Sustainability and environmentally-friendly practices are at the heart of this restaurant. The aptly named Farmers Fishers Bakers offers a regularly changing menu of American specialties created from locally sourced, seasonal produce. Start off with sharing the brick oven pretzels, Old Bay mini crab claws and crispy duck fat chicken wings. The main selection is diverse and offers a choice of seafood, chicken, tacos, jambalaya, burgers as well as pizzas. Specialties include the Farmers Spice Entrecote, rock sole Francaise, Flat Boater's Bucatini and honey pot fried chicken. Apart from this, they also offer sushi.
Capitol Hill's critically-acclaimed Charlie Palmer Steak is a sophisticated restaurant and lounge along the world-famous National Mall. Here you'll find only the finest cuts of artisan meats, game, fish and fowl, prepared in Chef Charlie Palmer's progressive American style. This is the place to see and be seen. If you are a wine connoisseur, scroll through their 10,000 American wines on an eWinebook while three sommeliers are on hand for consultation. The restaurant also has three private dining rooms and a rooftop terrace for events for up to 400 guests, with spectacular views of the Capitol.
Rose's Luxury is a perfect place to drink, eat and socialize. A quaint little eatery with a simple and unpretentious ambiance, it is popular with locals in the area. Ricotta-stuffed gnocchi, Korean fried catfish, and Vietnamese pate are some examples of what you might find on their constantly changing menu. Cocktails and other beverages are also available to complement your food. The beautiful garden patio is perfect for a romantic meal.
Brx American Bistro is a favorite neighborhood restaurant for their delicious contemporary American fare, fine drinks and comfortable ambiance. From delicious lunch and dinner to scrumptious Sunday fare, you will just relish in the delicacies. Get your family and friends together and enjoy the lovely fare and drinks at Brx. Cheers!