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Cure Bar & Bistro
10th & H Street
Washington, DC 20001
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$30 and under
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Cure Bar & Bistro Details
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: 11:00am - 2:00pm Dinner: Nightly: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Contemporary American, Comfort Food
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Smoking Area, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine, Wine Bar
Our music selection is an array of world music which is perfect for a calm evening.
Special Events & Promotions:
Cocktail receptions for groups up to 50 people are our speciality. We offer an array of packages to fit all budgets.
The cost of valet parking is $8 for two hours. Upon leaving the restuarant, request the hostess validate your valet ticket.
A word from Cure Bar & Bistro
Cure's goal is to move your taste from one state to another by pairing your taste profile with our great selection of specialty beers, wines, cheeses, meats, and main courses.
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THE BEST KEPT SECRET IN D.C. FOR
LUNCH. I KEEP COMING BACK WITH NEW GUESTS AND THEY ALWAYS FIND IT ENJOYABLE, TOO!!!"
Dined on 4/16/2014
My friend and I just had lunch
there. The food was good and the service was okay. I did have to remind the waitress that we ordered drinks. But the food came quickly. It is really strange to be eating out the middle of the atrium with all those hotel rooms and travels walking by during the meal. We were there because we are trying to find a place for a business lunch. This definitely not it. The other levels had couches to sit on but given that the people sitting on the couches were scrambling for additional throw pillows to put behind them so that they could sit up enough to eat, I am glad I was not sitting there. It was quite while we were there and I could see how this place go get to be very loud very easily."
Dined on 4/18/2014
The staff was extremely friendly
and our waiter was very nice and efficient. Our party of three went for dinner before a show--the atmosphere was very relaxed. We went 'tapas style,' ordering a cheese plate, smoked salmon platter, salad and a cooked vegetable plate. The items were made with very fresh ingredients and well executed. All was made even better with a bottle of Malbec and a piece of coconut cake to share. We will be back!"
Dined on 4/12/2014
My friend and I enjoyed lunch at
this lovely spot in the city. The restaurant initially seems tucked away in the hotel, but the back section opens into the hotel atrium, with full skylights and beautiful shallow pool! There are multiple floor levels in the restaurant, adding to the visual interest and separation of guests. The food was delicious, and the way the menu is set-up you can try a variety of things. I definitely recommend it for lunch, and I plan to go back and check it out for dinner."
Dined on 4/3/2014
I have been to Cure on several
occasions and always was pleased with the food. But on Tuesday, we took one of my employees to lunch for her last day as an employee, and the food and overall experience was... subpar. One person took only one bite of her dessert because it was so disappointing. The coffee order was screwed up (despite an order for two lattes, tea, and a regular coffee, we all received regular coffee - and it wasn't good coffee). The table wobbled. Bottom line: I've always enjoyed Cure as a lunch spot, but based on this experience, I probably won't be coming back."
Dined on 4/1/2014
Enjoyed the food and ambience. The
server was polite, but less than helpful. Love this place and their menu variations. Great value and selection!"
Dined on 3/11/2014
At last, a place you can have a
normal conversation and tasty food. Have not yet tried their main entrees as we've enjoyed sharing appetizers, sides, and desserts. Not at all busy the 2 nights we've been."
Dined on 3/15/2014
Excellent food, excellent service,
excellent atmosphere. Not noisy."
Dined on 2/20/2014
This place is simply supreme -
very friendly waiters and VERY great cuisine! Chef Costica does amazing things with food. Folks everywhere, you need to eat here!"
Dined on 3/6/2014
Just a unique concept. Have never
been disappointed with the lunch. Fun, relatively inexpensive, nice ambience, good food and very good service. A real gem."
Dined on 3/7/2014
We had dinner before the Eagles
concert and the food was great and service prompt snd friendly. The beet salad and pumpkin flatbread would have been more than enough and I could have enjoyed dessert too. The wine pour was not very generous, however. I asked for the 11/2 pour for $14.50 and it was more like a single pour and not a full one either. I will definitely try it again."
Dined on 3/1/2014
Huge portions of good food. We
tried the roast beet salad, meat tray, cheese tray, fried oysters, all very good. The pulled pork flatbread was not great."
Dined on 2/28/2014
This restaurant is split among
many levels and benefits from being within one of those hotels where the room ring around a large open space. There is a (man made) wadding pond and several tables have a view of the pond. The ambiance is nice, but some tables are out in the open and have really no privacy. There are a few that will - if you are on a romantic date, plan accordingly. The food is good and with small plates, portion control is easy. With their concept of ordering 3, 4, or 5 items, its almost like a price fixe menu."
Dined on 2/26/2014
Fanstactic special menu for
Valentine's Day. Wine list was exceptional and ambiance was perfect."
Dined on 2/14/2014
My husband and I came here for
Valentine's Day after reading their amazing-sounding Valentine's menu on Open Table. From what we saw online, we were not expecting Cure to be a hotel restaurant (which negatively effects the ambiance, we think), so it was not quite the romantic experience we were expecting. However, the food was delicious (and we are foodies----we loooove to analyze what's on our plate) and the service was very accommodating. I'm pregnant and when raw shellfish arrived at our table (something pregnant ladies are not supposed to have) as part of the Valentine's menu, Cure quickly replaced it with something I *could* eat at no extra charge, for which we were very grateful. Over all a very delicious and worthwhile experience."
Dined on 2/14/2014
The restaurant sat most people
down near the bottom of the restaurant, near the bottom of the escalators at the Hyatt for those that are familiar with the location. The main area where the host desk was wasn't open yet for customers to be seated. Food was delicious on all accounts. Did want a lot more bacon and cheese in my Bacon and Cheese cornbread but otherwise good. The Roasted pork chop and NY Strip were both tender and flavorful. Great ambiance. Just sorry the piano player wasn't playing when we went at 5 PM. Small, focused menu but executed very well!"
Dined on 2/8/2014
Our server was not great. It was
almost like he would forget we were there. And one of our shared plates came out after we had finished all of the others. It tasted like it had been sitting under the warmer for a while. Our server also never asked us for a drink order. That said, the food was pretty good. Sizable portions on the beets, and brussel sprouts. The pork flat bread was our late arriving dish, and was incredibly salty. I wonder if it was because it sat in the warmer for too long."
Dined on 2/8/2014
Cure occupies a number of levels
of the Hyatt hotel downtown, affording it some very unique views of the lobby. Food and service was very good. I'd go again. Note there is a entrance into the Hyatt directly from the Metro Center station."
Dined on 2/6/2014
I took my girlfriend there for
something a little different from our normal foodie adventure and it exceeded our expectations! The steak was perfectly cooked and the sliders were to die for. I was thinking to myself, maybe I was just hungry, (been on a strict diet for 6 weeks) but the reality, the food really was that good."
Dined on 1/31/2014
The food was good when it finally
arrived, but the layout of the restaurant (several levels of a hotel lobby) made it difficult for the wait staff to make the rounds. Just getting an order in was difficult. Forget about ordering another drink or asking for anything extra. We went on a Friday night, 7pm. Perhaps a different day/time would be better to enjoy the food."
Dined on 1/24/2014
I dined several days at
Cure...steak was fine, not exceptional...a little dry. The appetizers are terrific...cheese plate, roasted beets, baked squash, all prepared to perfection! Great place for afternoon people watching."
Dined on 1/17/2014
Was in a rush to find a place
close by for a quick dinner. Almost 4 stars at the time. Did not realize it was a hotel restaurant. My fault. Weird layout for dinning. Food was average at best. Waitress was very nice."
Dined on 3/23/2013
Nice wine selection. Good service
and a pleasant atmosphere. I had the cauliflower bisque and pork rabe flat bread. Bisque was very good. Flat bread was disappointing...mostly cheese."
Dined on 1/20/2014
We visited with our families for
my birthday, and the entire staff made us feel wonderful! Answered our questions, gave great recommendations, and took very good care of us."
Dined on 1/11/2014
The food at Cure is
excellent--delicate oysters, perfectly cooked fish and meats, interesting sides and desserts. But it's a restaurant in a conference hotel. Part of the restaurant is a corridor to the hotel lobby so guests are wheeling suitcases past your table while you're trying to have a nice dinner. The real downfall of Cure is the service provided by the hostess staff. On 2 occasions they’ve been terrible. This time, after being seated and waiting more than 20 minutes, we had to go to the station and remind the hostess we were there. She then did too much. Instead of sending a server to us as we requested, she tried to serve us herself--lukewarm water, incorrect order, missing items. Finally, the wonderful server corrected things."
Dined on 1/8/2014
The menu was very creative.
Services amazing and the food was outstanding. I'm not big on hotel restaurants but this was a pleasant surprise."
Dined on 1/3/2014
If you are looking for a very nice
evening out for a date, this place is on point. Very nice décor, not loud at all, and the menu is nice. Steak dinner was just how I wanted it and they will do the same for you."
Dined on 12/31/2013
Spread over three levels. Must
enter at top or things get screwed up. We were seated three times because some tables had been reserved so we moved but the tables we had to move from went unused for three hours. We could have eaten and left. The waiter, Chris, who wound up with our table was great. Looked out for a food alleregy and took great care of us. The NY Strip was tender and very flavorful."
Dined on 12/21/2013
Located at the corner of 10th and
H, Cure is the bar/restaurant of the Hyatt. And yeah, the ambiance is all hotel bar. However they have a farm-to-table thing going on with their menu that's unusual for that genre. Fresh caught rockfish, locally grown vegetables...everything was incredibly fresh, creative, and cooked perfectly. The service was also spectacular. There's also plenty of inexpensive parking at the garage on 9th, making Cure the perfect place to catch a bite before a show at the Verizon Center, away from the throngs. You'll also save yourself about $20 in parking. We will be back for sure!"
Dined on 12/12/2013
If you like "good food" - meaning
you like your food to be an exceptional experience worth spending your money - this is not it. It was par for "hotel quality" food"
Dined on 12/6/2013
For as nice as this hotel is
overall..the restaurant is very average. They change the menu often and its hard to find a favorite dish since the selection is constently changing. The bar area is nicely designed and bar service is descent..but not really a happy hour attraction."
Dined on 8/1/2013
I enjoyed my dining experience at
Cure Bar & Bistro. The food was great! I love that they have the little "tapas" style plates. It gives you just a sample of all the wonderful things they have on the menu. I highly recommend for a quick lunch with the girls or a date night with your honey. I will be back very soon!"
Dined on 11/19/2013
Cure is a perfect example of how
the taste of the food is only half of the restaurant experience. The dishes were all very good, but the service and odd view of the hotel's interior marred the evening. It was not very crowded, yet our server disappeared for long stretches. Be wary."
Dined on 11/15/2013
My sister and I found this
restaurant with Open Table & wanted something close to the Verizon Center. I had a really good mojito, but the pork belly was the hit of the night!! Wow...some of the most tender pork I've ever had. We also enjoyed the cheese platter and some sliders. Quick service and enjoyable dinner before a show. I recommend it."
Dined on 11/14/2013
The food tasted pretty good, but
didn't really impress like I was expecting it too. Its good for lunch, where you get the deal, but I can't imagine going for dinner and paying that much for such middle of the road food."
Dined on 11/14/2013
Another wonderful outing where I
brought new guests to Cure....and once again, I was NOT embarrassed. These new guests, like others before them, were impressed with the food and the entire concept. Cure is unique and probably one of the best luncheon spots in DC. You can't beat it!!! Always a fun time....good food, great service and at a reasonable price."
Dined on 10/30/2013
The food is delicate and the
decoration of the bar is perfect. The biggest surprise is that I have mentioned the day we have lunch is my birthday and they serve us a big cake slice (even bigger than my meal) for free!!"
Dined on 10/23/2013
I've been to Cure a few times and
its a great place for lunch! The food and service are always great and the design of the restaurant is very cool and calming. Also, I love how lunch is structured - the menu has several salads, sandwiches, sides and desserts to choose from and you can pick 3, 4 or 5 items. The portions are smaller, so it allows you to try several different things without leaving feeling too stuffed. Also, I highly recommend the Berry Bubble Tea. Its out of this world!"
Dined on 10/15/2013
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