Enjoy an intimate private dining experience at Cafe du Parc Private Dining Rooms. We offer two private dining rooms that over look our iconic beautiful Lobby and Peacock Alley . These rooms are beautifully decorated in French Blue. The Private Dining is a ode to the past and toast to the future.View Private Dining Details
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Sunday, April 1, 2018
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Daily 7:00PM - 10:00PM
Everything was absolutely great, even though the description on some dishes in the menu ware not accurate but close.
We were in Washington looking at colleges for my son. I had been to the Willard Hotel many years ago and wanted my family to see it, so I thought it would be nice to have dinner there.
Willard Hotel is absolutely gorgeous. I did expect the restaurant to be a little more upscale in decor. It was a very casual average atmosphere. The food is really delicious, and the service was great. A bit pricey but quite enjoyable.
Amazing food and an gourmet birthday surprise from the pastry chef!
Great and amazing service!!!
This is a great place to eat before going to the National or Warner theatre. They can get you out fast, but it's better if you allow enough time so you can relax and enjoy the meal.
We were staying at The Willard and met our son for brunch. We were told when we sat down that they were not offering the a la carte menu. As a result we paid $30 per person for oatmeal with fruit. As nice as The Willard is it is disappointing that the restaurant was expensive and below par.
We had tickets to Capitol Steps and had dinner here....Restaurant is in The Willard Hotel, an historic icon in DC. We all ordered smaller fares from the appetizer menu and could not have been more pleased. The presentation and service were outstanding, and I would highly recommend for a taste of fine food and ambiance in this revered historic gem.
A friend and I had an event at the National Press Club and wanted to have a nice lunch afterwards. The Cafe du Parc is right across the street, with valet parking and a well deserved reputation. This bistro did not disappoint! We both had wine, mussels and frites - perfection.
The service is impeccable, as it should be. My car was waiting when we left the cafe ... if only someone could have driven us back to Annapolis!
Onion soup was a nice treat on a cold day. Good service.
My first visit to Cafe du Parc will not be my last! The entire experience was first-class from start to finish. We had an early pre-theater dinner and although we were early birds, the ambiance was lovely. The lighting was just right, we were seated near the huge window overlooking the Willard entrance and our waiter was wonderful. From the start of our dinner service, we received a great deal of attention, without feeling like our waiter was hovering. He was professional, very courteous, thorough in explaining dishes and the young lady who also served our table was delightful. They both greeted us so warmly and checked on us to see how our meals were going. The icing on the cake, no pun intended, was when they presented our Mom's birthday surprise. She did not see it coming!!!! I was so TOUCHED. In addition to granting my special request, the dessert was PHENOMENAL! Mom offered us all a taste and we were in disbelief.. Too stuffed for dessert, we did not order individual desserts, but I already know I am saving room on my next visit for the orange creamsicle!!! Major thumbs up to you, Cafe du Parc! Merci Beacoup! Bon Travail. :-)
Food was great. Hit there during restaurant week and followed the server’s recommendations. She was right on every course.
The food and service are phenomenal. A great selection for Restaurants Week.
Good is good.
Must have been an off night for an otherwise great restaurant.
We went for Sunday brunch and it was amazing! Would highly reccomend if you’re looking for a classy brunch spot in downtown DC.
We were disapppinted with the dinner service of our waitress. Our streak choices were delicious .
The cafe is in the Willard Hotel.
I would not miss the lobby of the Willard. Not necessary to actually eat there.
we went for a pre-theater dinner with grandparent and children, the service was very slow and after 1.5 hours we got our main course in time to dash out to the theater missing the opportunity to order dessert.
We were seated in a corner instead of a nicer central area, where there were open tables.
Service was excellent, food was creative, well presented and fresh. Great location but the ambiance was rather sterile. One major turn off was that we were seated next to a service buffet table where they had a baby booster seat nestled among the clean wine glasses...
The food was fantastic and the service. I will be back as it is awesome! Thankyou
Fabulous from start to finish!! We went to Cafe Du Parc last week to celebrate my birthday and it could not have been better. Food was flavorful and delicious. The manager gave me complimentary dessert to celebrate my birthday! I can’t wait to go again!!
Great experience as usual
Always amazing! Excellent customer care-Food is awesome! And centrally located! Highlight for my two Grandsons is to accompany me to High Tea for the Holidays!
Great place for breakfast but dinner was totally disappointing. Service was slow, food was mediocre for dinner, and definitely not worth the money paid. Not what I was expecting for dinner after such a nice breakfast there.
Food very good. Service seemed shaky, like they had inexperienced staff and were not quite sure what they were doing.
If Cafe du Parc isn't on the list of top Washington restaurants you are using, think about finding a new reviewer. I am a local and happened in for lunch by chance. I was rewarded with an outstanding lunch. The kitchen showed great attention to detail on all aspects of the order. The setting of the eatery in the Willard Hotel cannot be beat either.
Our brunch at Café du Parc was disappointing. We have dined at the Willard before and the food was always fine and the atmosphere outstanding, so our recent visit came as a shock. My husband's steak and eggs had been under the heat lamp so long that the eggs looked like rubber and the steak was overcooked- yet, the waiter served them. When my husband expressed surprise at the dish, the waiter ordered a new plate and took the cost off our bill. Great. While he was waiting for his dish, he shared one of my Eggs Benedict. We kept getting crunchy stuff in the eggs and finally figured out that there were egg shells in the poached eggs. Not great. We didn't say anything about the eggs, at that point all we wanted to do was finish our food and get out of there. The waiter stopped by to express his concern over my husband's dish, the manager came by to express his concern and offered us dessert to compensate for our poor meal, but we just wanted to put a bad experience behind us. Will we return? Not sure, but we certainly know what not to order.
Noisy at first, but the hostess and wait staff were excellent - both friendly and competent. The manager treated us to a free round of drinks and complementary champagne for our anniversary. Very nice experience...
Service was mediocre. Food was so-so, and definitely not worth the price point. I've had much better at local, casual French bistros in DC. Would not return.
This was a great spot to get a quick bite before theatre. They have complimentary Valet parking, so you can leave your car while you attend the show.
A friend and I celebrated her birthday with a lunch at Café du Parc. The food and service were great! It was quiet and we were able to have great conversation. I recommend it as great palce for lunch.
Such a pretty room and the food was delicious. Attentive service.
We sat outside. Like being at a cafe in Paris. Chicken was fantastic. I definitely plan on going back.
Poor food and service. We had a party of 6, 4 of the Mesa came out to the table and another 15!minutes went by and then finally the remaining 2. My mussels were cold and not clean. I would not recommend coming here.
Great food and service. Good prices. The cheese plate is very good as are the soups. The signature cocktails did not interest us, but the wine list was extensive. We were not rushed.
Someone stole my menu order, plated for delivery, from the buffet line. The host was very sweet and offered us a treat while we waited. I'll go back sometime, Le Chat Noir is cheaper though.
We had a wonderful birthday meal. Great food and the service was excellent. Will be back next time in D.C.
Terrific breakfast bar. I highly recomend. If using the Willard parking garage just ask waiter for a voucher for the fee.