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About Permanently Closed - Cashion's Eat Place
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Cashion�s Eat Place is a New American eatery in Washington, D.C. that features a market driven, daily changing menu. The restaurant offers a sophisticated setting and features indoor and outdoor patio seating.
Cashion�s Eat Place serves dinner six nights a week with an additional brunch service served on Saturday and Sunday. All menu items at the restaurant are prepared with fresh, locally sourced ingredients so the menu changes daily based on the ingredients available. Common menu items at Cashion�s Eat Place include starters, such as marinated olives and roasted and raw beets and big plates, such as pork burger with Swiss, Gulf shrimp alla plancha and grilled halibut with potato puree.
Washington, DC 20009
Contemporary American, Organic, Mediterranean
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday: 5:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Wednesday-Saturday: 5:30 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday Brunch 10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Sunday Dinner 5:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
18th Street and Columbia Rd
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
There is a private parking lot located at the corner of Biltmore Street NW and Columbia Road NW (less than 1 minute walking distance).
Closest Metro stop is Woodley Park/Adams Morgan on the Red Line.
Private Party Contact:
Justin Abad: (202) 797-1819
Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
For inquiries about special events at Cashion's Eat Place, please contact Justin Abad for pricing and details. Email address: email@example.com
Cashion's Eat Place - Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
The food was pretty good, although I'd say the menu was relatively limited. The restaurant itself had nice ambiance and decor. The major failing in our case was the service, I would not say I am particularly demanding. However, the server never checked on us, didn't refill coffee or offer to, brought tea w/o a tea bag, disappeared for the majority of our meal, we asked for ketchup and it was brought when our meals were almost over, we asked another server for the tea bag and he said ok but then never brought it. We couldn't even find our server to get the check so we had to ask the manager, and he brought us the wrong check after waiting 10 minutes. It was a long walking, metro, & bus to get here for us & it was totally NOT worth it.
This was my first experience with Cashion's Eat Place. It is a comfortable, well appointed restaurant. The food (Sunday Brunch) was good but the overall service was below a reasonable standard and certainly below what my companion and I expected, given Cashion's reputation. We were not given menus upon being seated and there was an inordinate delay in our food order, even allowing for a Brunch crowd. Our individual server, however, was pleasant and professional and apologetic over the several sevice lapses.
We went here with two friends who are accustomed to dining at outstanding restaurants, and we all had such a fantastic experience we can't wait to come back. I am writing this review 2 months late, but still remember every detail. The food was incredible -- we had the sturgeon, the bluefish, the salmon, and the bison (all outstanding), with various cocktails and amazing salads to start. Despite all that, it was our server who realy made the evening unforgettable. When asked for fish suggestions, she was so passionate and eloquent in her answer and descriptions, 3 of us changed our orders and were NOT disappointed. Cherry couillaise for dessert a perfect end to a perfect meal. Oh -- and the ambiance. And the pinot noir. To die for.
One of DC's best restaurants for an unpretentious yet outstanding meal. We've dined here more than a dozen times in the last few years and everything - from the great crusty bread to the cocktails to the entrees to the desserts have always been flavorful and fresh. I really like the recent Greek influences on the menu. Hard to find a more satisfying restaurant in DC.
A great diing experience. We had not been there for years and it was everything we remembered and better. The staff immeadiately acknowledged our anniversary both verbally and then with a glass of sparkling wine. Our table just elevated above the patio was perfect for being outdoors and people watching. Great food through all three courses and a small but terrific selection of wines to go witht he meal. We'll be back!
Cashion's has been a favorite of ours for years primarily because it delivers smart, attentive service with consistently creative and flavorful food. When you add a welcoming space with a strong wine list and bartenders that never miss with either traditional or "modern" drinks, it's hard not to find yourself there with local as well as out-of-town friends several times a month.
I've been to Cahsion's several times, for brunch and for dinner. It is a solid choice for either. The room is lovely, the wait staff generally are friendly and attentive and the food ranges from above average to outstanding. I have dined all over the world and am very picky about my food, which is why I only gave Cashion's three stars, but I believe that most DC diners would rate Cashion's a four-star restaurant.
Summary: If you like good food in a sophisticated atmosphere, you won't go wrong here.
Of all the place I've eaten at in D.C. over the last decade, Cashion's ranks among the best. Great ambiance and a fantastic menu made my second trip to Cashion's memorable. The staff was happy to do everything to make each guest's experience a 'Cashion's experience;' including showing off the kitchen to curious guests, while explaining the details of how the mechanics of a kitchen work. I would highly recommend Cashion's to anybody looking for a new favorite spot.
Dined with a group and the food was hit or miss. Two of us had delicious fish dishes and the other 3 were not impressed. It was very crowded and one of us was very cranky, but our waiter did a great job being patient with 5 low blood sugar women talking at once. Tables are really too small for groups and the furnishings are getting a little worn/dingy. Could use some sprucing up. Enjoyed the service for the most part.
A really great place for a wonderful, even romantic evening, and yet as comfortable as the place next door. Great food, different from the rest, and a good selection of wines and bar scene. A must do if you are looking for a great, but not stuffy, evening on the town.
Our waitress was one of the best that we have experienced in DC ever. She was attentive and personable without being annoying and overbearing. She helped us choose items on the menu that were outside of our norm and we were both really satisfied with our choices. The flavors were incredible and we will most certainly be back, sooner than later!
Cashion's Eat Place was a very pleasant brunch spot - friendly, good music, and huge open storefront windows. The menu, however was fairly limited. Cornmeal waffles were very good, as the name implied, but a pork hash was not particularly memorable. Additionally, the coffee was pretty bad. While the environment was good enough to cancel out some of these negatives, I still can't give it more than a lukewarm recommendation if you are serious about finding good food.
It's been a while since I've been here. After this meal, it won't be nearly as long. The food is really great -- better than I remembered. A softshell crab entre was a highlight. The tables are pretty tight, so it's not a good place for an intimate conversation. Lively on the weekend. We had a terrific waiter who was knowledgable and attentive. Highly recommended.
The food is consistently excellent here. Soft-shell crabs were as good as I've had. Only food quibble was with my dessert choice -- strawberry ice cream tasted very average and very icy, like it had been in the freezer not tightly sealed for some time. It, along with the little tasteless cookie, was a very "store-bought" experience, which is something I don't expect from Cashion's.
My other complaint, and this is consistently noted almost every time I eat there, is how the wait staff is a little "snooty" -- like they are assessing whether you are worthy of eating at your restaurant. I wish I got the warmth from their wait staff that I do from many other good, mid-price restaurants in D.C. I don't.
Our meal was outstanding and the service truly fantastic. One of our group felt that there were too many ingredients piled on each dish, and would have preferred a less overdressed plate. Few vegetarian picks but the kitchen does a great vegetarian taster plate.
Thank you Cashion's for making our dinner this past Tuesday (May 5) such a great time. On my opentable reservation, I noted that we were celebrating a birthday, but I forgot to say something when we arrived. The waiter was excellent; attentive without smothering us. The right mix of a casual and classy atmosphere. A tad too expensive for me to make it a weekly event, but perfect for a special meal.
Cashions has been one of our favorite places, but we hadn't been in over a year. The food was very good. But the service really lacked several times. When you didn't want your conversation interrupted, they stopped by 3 times to see if everything was going well. When I wanted more bread to soak up the sauce of the appetizer, none was to be found. By the time the bread arrived, our appetizer plates were already gone. Then we had to wait nearly 20 minutes for our entrees. And the dessert menu was the least creative thing I'd ever seen. We opted for Ben & Jerry's at home.
...absolutely one of the finest restaurants in Adams-Morgan or the surrounding areas (all of which are loaded with good restaurants). The duck was superb, the desserts outstanding, the service unsurpassed. And the reliance on 'local' producers and growers is appreciated, I'm sure.
Cashion's has been one of my favorite restaurants for the past six years. I wanted to write a short review and give back a little for the great food and great service, I have experienced for years. I ordered the goose egg to start. The egg was wonderfully accompanied with some peas, frisee, and truffled peaches. I get excited everytime Spring rolls around because this appetizer is put on the menu, delicious. My second course was the lamb loin. The lamb was cooked perfectly and the au jus sauce was a perfect match, the lamb was so tender it melted in my mouth. On the side was a stuffed eggplant and potato gratin, both were seasoned and cooked perfectly. The whole dish was presented very well and the flavors were great together.
This was hands down the best place I have eaten here in the D.C. area. Everything about the experience was fantastic. My father, who came here from out of town, told me that this was definitely the highlight of the trip. The service was impeccable and the food and wine were brilliant. Everything moved in harmony like a dream and it was one that we didn't want to wake from because it was all so exquisite.
As usual, the food at Cashion's was splendid. All our appetizers and entrees were first rate. However, really poor service nearly ruined our evening. It took more than an hour to get our entrees after appetizers were completed, in spite of the fact that we told our server that we were had theater tickets and needed to get going. To end the evening, the server made a mistake with our credit card and we were delayed again as he reran the card. I'm glad the food was great, because we were very disappointed with the service.
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