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This was a small=plates-share-all format, which surprised us and wasn't what we really wanted. But we had a good time with it. Some dishes (e.g., the mussels) were terrific, others (e.g., mushrooms on toast) disappointing, others (escargots croissants) were okay but not outstanding. Pretty pricey for what we got. Very nice and helpful staff. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Started off with great staff - she took the time to explain everything and make recommendations on what our table of 6 should order. From the Dates (highly recommend), to the Salad, to the veggies, to the meats, everything was great and Kapnos took the liberty to take some standard dishes and jazz them up to make them even better. Would recommend to others in town. One of the best comments was when my 92 yr father in law said this was great and ate everything on his plate (one of his first times to eat at a Greek restaurant). MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Had a business meal with 7 people. They put us in a private room. Food and service was excellent. I had the pork chop and it was grilled to perfection. The most minor detail ended up being the biggest surprise... they warmed the creamer for the after-dinner coffee. This is the first restaurant I've *ever* been to that has done that. Highly recommended. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Still the best brunch in town. If looking for oyters, and seafood this is the place to have brunch. Great deserts and exceptional service. However They lately have increased the price per person and lowered the attire code. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Wedding Anniversary stay at the Jefferson hotel. The ambience is beautiful and the food was very good. I had the egg white omelet and lemon ricotta pancakes and my husband had the eggs and waffles. Both of our meals were delicious! Will return soon! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Join us for brunch on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and Easter at The Willard InterContinental Washington D.C. The Willard InterContinental combines American renaissance and luxury —proudly setting the benchmark with two centuries of unrivaled hospitality from its coveted 1400 Pennsylvania Avenue address.
Enjoy a buffet brunch sure to please you and your guests with specialty curated food by Executive Chef Luca De Marchis.
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Hip, sexy, high-end restaurant lounge space curating amazing food and beverage experiences with an eclectic mix of entertainment. Developing our brand and creating the unique character of Union District Oyster Bar and Lounge was very simple: A mixture of modern and vintage décor, a melting pot of ethnic backgrounds and nationalities, delicious food offerings and an unrivaled beverage program with endless options, including expertly crafted cocktails, 300 whiskeys and over 90 wine varietals, our guests will see Union as the perfect destination for every occasion. Union’s team is comprised of carefully selected people committed to delivering the promise that every guest is treated like a VIP! We, at Union, believe that when you love what you do, you never work a day in your life. So, when you think of Union, remember that EVERYTHING HAPPENS AT UNION!More
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The District of Columbia is a place where eating out can be an adventure. Caribbean, Italian, and Pakistani cuisine can be found in the area. You can also dine on classic American fare, seafood, and barbecue. Try the Jamaican spice-rubbed pork tenderloin or the steak churrasco for a taste of the Caribbean. If you plan to eat Italian cuisine, sample the gamberi, cannelloni, or the pollo parmigiano. The District of Columbia’s Pakistani fare is traditional with dishes like Punjabi boti chicken tikka, goat dum biryani, or the butter chicken. For breakfast, you might like steel cut oats, organic cottage cheese and fresh fruit, or French toast and beef hash. This is a destination where the food is almost as good as the sights.