Two separate dining areas afford privacy to parties of fifteen to fifty. These small dining areas are perfect for special group celebrations, private office happy hours, or professional business meetings. Areas may be combined to accommodate larger parties. We also have a second floor meeting space.View Private Dining Details
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Sun 5:00PM - 6:00PM 8:00PM - 10:00PM
Mon - Fri 11:30AM - 11:45AM 1:15PM - 3:00PM 5:00PM - 6:00PM 8:00PM - 10:00PM
Sat 8:00PM - 10:00PM
Loved Victoria the bartender. Tom and I spent New Years Eve night at the bar. Everyone was friendly and drinks were g
ood. Victoria the bartender was very accommodating and friendly. She made sure we had a great evening.We had food at the bar and martinis were great. Happy 2018 Victoria and everyone!!
Rose Mary and Tom
Attentive service. Cozy ambiance. Terrific location -- steps from the White House, Farragut West Metro stop and Renwick Gallery. Yummy French onion soup, big burger topped with cole slaw and special sauce.
The service was fine. The restaurant is described as French, and decor did fit that. The "specialty" cocktail selection was uninspired. The sauce on the pork chop looked like it came out of a can, and wasn't very good. The sole was poorly cooked. The sides were completely unseasoned white rice and limp, boiled brussels sprouts (not roasted). A decent French restaurant would obviously serve a filet of sole with small boiled potatoes. Crème brûlée is correctly served either plain, or with a crisp layer of burnt sugar. They served it with odd black smears in the surface (maybe someone tried to scrape off a sugar coating that had become soggy?) , topped with a squiggle of what looked like canned raspberry dessert topping.
Great place for business meetings since noise level is quite minimal. Location is perfect since it is right next to Farragut West. Price is reasonable though food taste itself is quite ordinary.
I met a friend for lunch here and they had the seats completely jammed together. I was sitting approximately 18 inches from the person at the table beside me. I'm sure they were as annoyed to have to hear our conversation as we were to hear their. It didn't seem that crowded so I don't get the need for the tables to be situated like that.
I cannot believe all of the good reviews about this place. It was utterly empty on a Friday night...that was our first clue. The tablecloths and soft music give the illusion of quality, but you realize that's not the case really quick. Cocktails were awful. Appetizer was bland. The seafood "special" was burnt, dry, and unappetizing. There are much better options in DC, especially at this price point. The service was the only redeeming factor.
The holiday decorations were lovely.
Food was fantastic!
Excellent food, respectful service, allowed us plenty of time for the conversations we were having with our meal. With the quality of the food, I am surprised how few tables were full, even though it was a midweek evening. A place this good deserves more customers!
My lunches at Café Soleil were enjoyable, so I thought it would be a good choice for a casual dinner. Not so. The sole was bland, revived only by the scant amount of sauce that dotted the plate. Meals like this remind me why it is sometimes better to just eat at home. Perhaps the fish was cooked earlier in the day and reheated for dinner. The meal turned me off to this restaurant.
Our waiter did not speak English or u sweat and what we were asking so This was difficult. Nothing special but cute place.