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The Observatory is fittingly situated in historic Georgetown District and forms the rooftop lounge over The Graham Georgetown. This wood-decked outdoor haven features sea blue sofas and cabanas, in the style of tropical cocktail lounges. Enjoy a spellbinding panorama of Georgetown district over Potomac River, home to sites such as Washington Monument and Kennedy Center. You can even see the Arlington skyline from here. Come here with a loved one and watch the glorious sunset, then turn your attention to counting the stars in the night sky. Some of Georgetown's most stylish people head here, dressed up in trendsetting outfits, and have a wonderful time drinking and socializing. The Observatory's bartenders concoct both classic and novel blends such as Sparkling Watermelon Punch and Passionate Bouquet infused with passion fruit and Absolut Mandarin. You can also choose from a variety of premium cigars and liquors. If you are celebrating a special occasion, there are few venues in Washington as fitting as this one.
Set in a upscale, modern and classy ambience, Kingbird located in the The Watergate Hotel specializes in serving contemporary French cuisine. The beautiful decor and the hearty food is just suitable for those looking for a fine dining experience. Menu items such as Grilled Octopus, Wild Caught Alaskan Salmon and Durok Pork Rack are served here. Tiramisu Verrine, being one of the popular desserts here can also be ordered. The restaurant also boasts of a varied drinks menu, perfect to complement the meal. Patrons can also get their group along and enjoy the happy hours. If you want to taste some one-of-a-kind delicacies, then feel free to head to Kingbird.
Top of the Gate being one of the most popular rooftop bars is located in The Watergate Hotel. The lounge not only provides fresh breeze to its patrons but it also gives one a memorable dining experience with some amazing views. Their food menu includes delicacies like Minced Chicken, Saba Sashimi and Beef Tatak. Cocktails like Buena Noche and Potomac Punch can be added to your meal. The drinks here are a bit expensive, but trying out this place won’t disappoint. Guests can enjoy their meal by having a full view of Kennedy Center, the Potomac River, the Key and Arlington bridges. The place is well suited for a date and even client meetings. If you are at DC do not miss a chance to try out Top of the Gate.
The Walrus Oyster & Ale House derives its name from the The Walrus and the Carpenter poem by Lewis Carroll. The zany style of this poem symbolizes the restaurants's philosophy of having a good time at the riverside and basking in the warm sunlight, while enjoying raw oysters, crab and lobster dishes. Situated close to the Potomac River, it boasts trendy interiors and a patio with black and white, striped umbrellas. Savor items like Mustard Glazed Salmon with tomato-crab meat butter, Fried Oysters, Pan Seared Tuna Ratatouille and Slow Braised Beef Brisket served with red cabbage. The cocktails and chilled fruit drinks are ideal for a warm summer day and the craft beers will satisfy beer connoisseurs. There are also seafood baskets for takeaway and delicious offerings at the oyster bar.
The Lounge is an integral part of the Four Seasons Hotel and is hugely popular with the well heeled crowd of Washington. They are popular for their wide array of fashionable cocktails and drinks. Recommended for special occasions, the lounge is stylishly furnished and decorated with beautiful fixtures, leather arm-chairs, silver-tables placed on beautiful oak floors. On the food menu one can enjoy finger foods, small bites or shareable platters along with their drinks. The lunch and dinner menu consists of contemporary American fare prepared from seasonal ingredients and includes meat, poultry and seafood dishes. Meals can be complimented from a fine selection of wines, cocktails, scotches, bourbons or cognacs. The Lounge also has a secluded patio that is ideal for a get-together and enjoying wonderful moments in the company of friends and family.