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2917 M Street NW
Washington, DC 20007
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Unum Restaurant Details
Hours of Operation:
Dinner Sunday-Thursday 5:30pm-10pm
Dinner Friday & Saturday 5:30pm-11pm
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Weekend Brunch
29th & 30th
Circulator Bus to Georgetown. Closest metro is Foggy Bottom-GWU
See web site for Parking locations. Meter parking on M street.
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Welcome to Unum. A cozy, neighborhood restaurant
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A gorgeous little jewel of a
restaurant in the heart of Georgetown, with food that's fresh and inventive but not weird and scary. Loved the fried cheese with tomatoes and basil ice cream, the lobster duo and the soft shell crab. Really appreciate that you can get a half order of any entree item. Our reservations were for 7 on a Monday night and by 8 the restaurant was lively and full. Wait staff was friendly and attentive. This is one for the short list!"
Dined on 8/18/2014
We had the best dinner in this gem
of a restaurant. The food is outstanding, interesting and innovative. The service was friendly and helpful. It's hard to find good food, in a relaxed atmosphere in DC. This place has it. We will return."
Dined on 8/16/2014
We chose this restaurant for it's
good reviews and closeness to our hotel. It was restaurant week and we were amazed at the great selections on the menu. All were definitely gourmet and delicious. Being able to choose 2 small plates for the main course was a great idea."
Dined on 8/16/2014
Normally, service is on point -
but was off on Friday. Server brought our bill twice before the meal was over and had to be reminded where we were in the meal. Server also forgot a side dish. We weren't charged for it, so that was nice. Still, not the usual top notch service I expected from Unum."
Dined on 8/16/2014
I always love coming to unum. And
this time was no exception. Even though it was restaurant week, the food was still up to their usual standard. And the selections were pretty much the whole menu!"
Dined on 8/13/2014
3 of us went for dinner. All
1st-timers. We ordered from the very interesting and generous Restaurant Week menu. Exceeded our collective expectations: superb and fresh food ingredients, creative dishes expertly prepared and paired, excellent fun cocktail offering, understated dining room (unchanged from its past life as Mendocino Grill), excellent and intelligent wait-staff. We will be back! Thank you Unum!"
Dined on 8/13/2014
I dined at Unum during restaurant
week and I was not disappointed. All of the food was a knockout, from appetizers to dessert. I was really impressed with the cooking and can't wait for the opportunity to dine here again and try more of the menu. The roast chicken was absolute perfection, check it out if you get a chance, you won't regret it!"
Dined on 8/12/2014
Very small, but ambience was very
nice. The staff was excellent and the food was fantastic. My husband and I went during Restaurant Week. We were able to try a total of 6 small plates. Out of the 6, there was only one that we didn't enjoy. Quality and presentation was excellent."
Dined on 8/12/2014
Soft shell crab, yes please!
Couldn't have asked for a better meal. The DC restaraunt week menu was perfect and everyone there was friendly and accommodating. I especially loved the chorizo stuffed squid, it was like a deconstructed paella. Next time I'm in town I will definitely be back...I hope that cute bar tender is still there too, she makes a mean cocktail. If you like bourbon, try the Georgetown love story."
Dined on 8/11/2014
We tried the stuffed squid with
chorizo, soft shell crab, grilled branzini, crabcakes, beet salad and braesola. All were expertly prepared. Love the option of portion sizes--small or large. Small portions are more than adequate if you don't have a huge appetite. Place can get loud, though."
Dined on 8/9/2014
This little gem can take on the
best in town and come out a winner. Kudos to Chef Blaine"
Dined on 8/6/2014
My husband had a deconstructed
Caesar salad that was yummy. I had mortadella meatballs with a fig jam over jalapeño polenta. It was spectac although I have to say that I couldn't detect the jalapeño. I love that they offer half size plates so you don't have to stuff yourself. I also had sugar snap peas. They were nice but they didn't destring them. I'm an amateur mom chef and even I know to destring my sugar snap peas. It was hard to eat them with the strings. My husband's short rib tagliatelle was "ok". But overall I really loved it."
Dined on 8/1/2014
The food and service was
extraordinary. Annie is very competent and pleasant. I believe that was the best dining experience I have had in DC. Plan to have the next celebratory dinner at Unum."
Dined on 7/31/2014
The soft shell crabs at Unum were
amazing. I would like to go back every day to have them. I think they are the best soft shells that I have ever had. I was not as happy with the drinks. The cocktails were warm and not tasty. i will stick to wine next time."
Dined on 7/27/2014
This was great because it felt
very far removed from the mob scene that is Georgetown on a Saturday night. Food and service were great and the menu had a nice assortment of choices. Especially loved the half or full portion option for the entrees."
Dined on 7/26/2014
We enjoyed our meal. Food
selection was very nice and the option for 'half-plate' a bonus. Service was excellent. Cocktails read very well in the menu but tasted terrible. The acoustic is less than desirable... difficult to carry a conversation."
Dined on 7/24/2014
After many positive experiences,
one food item was this time very disappointing. The medium-rare burger came more than well-done and was not edible."
Dined on 7/21/2014
I read about Unum on yelp and
decided to give it a try with a few friends. We were not disappointed. The service was excellent and the food delicious and nicely prepared. A couple of the ladies had the pork loin and exclaimed that it was cooked to perfection - not dry or rubbery, but flavorful and moist. Crab cakes were also a success - no filling but all crab meat. Brussel sprouts were also very good and I would definitely recommend the braised short rib pasta. Wine choices would make any wine connoisseur happy. All in all a great experience!"
Dined on 7/19/2014
You must go to this little gem on
M Street in Georgetown. The food was excellent _ eggplant roulade, hangar steak, crab cakes, goat cheese raviolini with fresh vegetable. All presented in a fresh, fun way. Service was solid. Cocktails inventive and good. The restaurant is small so the four, boisterous students were very loud, but it was all good as soon as they left."
Dined on 7/19/2014
Overall good. I enjoyed the crab
cake. Be careful of the salads"
Dined on 7/10/2014
Had dinner twice before at Unum
with a friend, usually at 5:30 pm and we always had a good experience. Last Wednesday, I invited my daughter in-law there for dinner who was visiting from out of town and we both were looking forward to spending some quality time together. The reservation was for 7:45 pm. The restaurant at that time seemed like a different place from what I had experienced the previous two times. The noise level was unbearable, we couldn't carry on a decent conversation. The gazpacho we ordered was bland, the fish and pasta so so, the only good part was the desert. The server we had loudly and carelessly put plates and cutlery on the table and didn't seem to care what he was doing. A very disappointing experience."
Dined on 7/9/2014
Second time to Unum. Great food
both times. Quite little spot on far end of Georgetown away from the tourists and congestion of Wisconsin Ave. Great menu selections for all tastes."
Dined on 7/2/2014
Every aspect of our trip to Unum
for dinner was satisfying. The atmosphere was intimate, with the noise level quiet enough to speak at a normal decibel, but loud enough to sustain a private conversation. Food and drink to highlight: the Barlett pear martini was the smoothest cocktail I have ever had. The lobster dou was a lovely pair sweet/ savory verses acidic flavors- each ingredient tasted good on its own, and combined. I had one bite from each of my husbands half entrees- the braised short rib pasta was extremely tender and elevated with the red wine jus and his pork loin was cooked perfectly with the cherry bourbon sauce stealing the show as it basted the meat as well as the creamy kale. Reasonable pricing for amazing quality, a gem."
Dined on 6/28/2014
Inventive menu and the option to
have many main courses served in half portions which allows you to either taste several tempting possibilities or eat rationally. The noise level in the small space can get pretty high when more than half the tables are occupied - which they often are given that people have discovered this amazing Georgetown gem."
Dined on 6/23/2014
There are only a handful of
serious, stand-alone restaurants in Georgetown. This is one of them. Excellent food, excellent service."
Dined on 6/19/2014
The server was not very nice,
rather condescending, the food was quite good, bathroom needed to be cleaned."
Dined on 6/19/2014
Menu seemed promising, especially
liked the option of half-portion v. full portion for entree, felt reassured by the positive online reviews. Result was very disappointing. Kale was not cleaned properly and so much sand to the point of being inedible. Something must have been going on in the fryer in the kitchen that day because all the fried food came out soggy and greasy -- the fries, the soft shell crab. The quail was ever so slightly overcooked. The noodles in the short rib pasta were over cooked. Overall if you are looking for a trendy dig for drinks with friends, this might be it. But don't go there for the food. Serious execution problems."
Dined on 6/19/2014
Interesting combination of
flavours, good service. But maybe the chef became a bit overenthustiastic and forgot the basics, he served me pork rare(!)."
Dined on 6/17/2014
Unum has a nice location in
Georgetown and is certainly trying to have delicious food. High points were the Truffle Mac & Cheese and the Crab Cakes. Read reviews carefully though as not every dish here was a winner."
Dined on 6/14/2014
Great menu, small plates and
appetizers to share so you could create a tasting menu. Soft shell crab is a must along with the beet salad. Food flavors were awesome, try it, you'll like it."
Dined on 6/12/2014
Beautifully presented, interesting
combinations--and it even tastes good! So many restaurants succeed at #1 and #2, but forget the point: #3. If it LOOKS good and SOUNDS good, it must BE good. #1 and #2 are easy. #3 is the challenge & the whole party enjoyed everything. The menu is varied, with a nice option of an appetizer portion on most of the entrees, which offers a broad range of choices as well as the option to have a varied meal that isn't high volume, if you're not hungry. Eggplant, crab cakes, mini cheesecakes, all very delightful. A great addition to the neighborhood."
Dined on 5/27/2014
Small and intimate spot, with good
service, a fine decor, and very good food."
Dined on 5/21/2014
Totally underwhelmed .amateur
cooking. Bland, lacks flavour . Promising but needs a lot of reworking. Would give it another chance sometime but with a vibrant DC dining scene, there are many choices!"
Dined on 5/16/2014
I recently dined at UNUM for a
business dinner for 5. It was amazing. The food was outstanding and it was great for conversation. Reservations are recommended because the space is small. We loved the options for small plates for dinner to try multiple entrees or for a lighter fare. It was so hard to choose! The vegetable options were fantastic as well. Highly recommended!"
Dined on 5/15/2014
A good find on the East end of
Georgetown. Modern but cozy feel. Nice bar. Food and service is very good. Met an old friend there and had a leisurely dinner. It's a small place so we did take up space but no one hassled or pressured us to scoot. "
Dined on 5/9/2014
The food is good, although the
choices are limited. Service is excellent. Ambience is nice."
Dined on 5/5/2014
A relatively unassuming entrance
belies the special experience that waits within. Creative beverages, kind, cordial and knowledgeable wait staff, delicious unique combinations (mortadella meatballs with fig jam, lamb shank) and an accepting, slow paced ambiance that allows you to settle in and enjoy your meal. "
Dined on 5/1/2014
This is a find amidst some pretty
average Georgetown restaurants. The menu was innovative, fresh ingredients used very well. It could be noisy if every table were filled but on a week night it was excellent. "
Dined on 4/30/2014
Very good food, attentive but not
obsequious service, good wine and beer list. The laguintas on tap was especially good. Really enjoyed the mortadella meatballs. The indian spiced lamb shank was perfect as was the flank steak with the horseradish creamed spinach. I also really appreciated that you could get half plates for entrees because it was just the right amount of meat, priced fairly. I probably would not have ordered it if I had to pay $28 for way more than what I could eat. It's not an inexpensive meal but not outrageously priced either. Given the quality of the food, it was fairly priced, although the wine by the glass was higher than I thought reasonable. Overall, a good meal, nice ambiance and nice service. We'll be back. "
Dined on 4/27/2014
Everything about Unum is
wonderful. The food is amazing, good service, great location even if lacking with parking."
Dined on 4/26/2014
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