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This upscale eatery serves some of the best steak dishes in the city. Porterhouse, Double Porterhouse, Double Cut Filet Mignon, New York Strip—all feature on the menu. You can whet your appetite beforehand with the seafood appetizers such as Lobster Bisque, Bluepoint Oysters on the Half Shell, and Smoked Pacific Salmon. Among desserts, your best choice would be the sinfully indulgent Chocolate Velvet Cake—it will prepare you for the toll that dining here takes on your wallet!
With walls covered in objects beyond imagination - from cow bells to wooden bird houses - OKI Bowl DC & Sake certainly has a unique decor. While most patrons may be intrigued by the funky decorations, they come - and stay - for the sake and delicious Japanese food. Traditional appetizers and fiery ramen bowls are the order of the day, and they are all washed down with a hot or cold selection of sake that is bound to delight.
Mpire Club may be a new cub raring for the kill, but it has already made its presence felt in downtown Washington's buzzing nightlife scene. Promising to offer nothing but the best in entertainment, beverages and food, this vibrant adult venue is found on M Street, occupying an arresting 3-story structure. The private lounge on the top floor welcomes social butterflies with a cozy seating, soft lights and TVs, while it also offers all-ladies seating areas. Chef Keone has crafted an eclectic menu of authentic European tapas fare, even as diners get to sip on some delicious cocktails, fine wines and draft ales served by well-trained bartenders.
Situated on Jefferson Place, St. Arnold's on Jefferson borrows its name from the Patron Saint of Brewing known as St. Arnold of Flanders. This city center bar is focused on serving sumptuous Belgian brews like Raspberry Lambic and Belgian Blonde Ale. Food served here include traditional Belgian fare like mussels and frites. All in all, a perfect Belgian treat awaits you at St. Arnold's.
Located in the heart of Washington DC, Un Je Ne Sais Quoi is a classy French pastry shop and cafe that offers the most premium gourmet experience to patrons. This small and cozy dessert shop-café-restaurant combined gets crowded fairly fast owing to the delicious treats and aromatic coffee. This pastry and coffee shop is famous for its delectable French desserts and bread. From authentic French croissants to chocolate mousse, strawberry cake, souffle, crepes, macaron, waffles and opera cake, all the famous French delights are on offer at this shop. With tasteful couch and chairs, grey walls and paintings adorning the walls, the cafe looks surprisingly sophisticated considering the affordable nature of food. Due to these reasons, Un je ne sais Quoi is an ideal place to enjoy some quality coffee and croissants.
Step in through the doors of P.J Clarke's and get transported to an establishment from the late 1800s. With outlets in New York, Sao Paulo and Las Vegas, this restaurant in Washington is located in the bustling Downtown area. Spread across two floors, this place houses a dining room and a solarium on the lower story, with a bar upstairs carved out of oak. The dining room fully furnished in wood has portraits of presidents adorning its walls, while opulent chandeliers cover the room in a warm glow. Those who would like some privacy can dine in the Sidecar located within the solarium.